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Correct spelling for WRITINT

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Possible correct spellings for writint

  • Writing
  • I want to order some writing paper.

  • Trident
  • And he came and stood upon the margin of the hoary sea, alone in the darkness of the night, and called aloud on the deep-voiced wielder of the trident; and he appeared unto him nigh at his foot.

  • Rioting
  • Often rioting through a sleepless night, he was invariably at his desk in the morning, and his house was glad to command his services, for he was a veritable business genius.

  • Rodent
  • I am told that no other rodent has been observed to carry its young in this fashion.

  • Stint
  • For fifteen years he poured his heart without stint into his work!

  • Rotund
  • He was a fat-faced, rotund young squire-a bully where he might be, and an obedient creature enough where he must be-good-humoured when not interfered with; fond of the table, and brimful of all the jokes of the county, the accent of which just seasoned his speech.

  • Pachomius
  • Retina
  • It had been only instantaneously on the retina of his eye; but unless his eye and mind were going mad together, the figure was that of an ordinary london policeman.

  • Riding
  • It was an hour before the time for riding, and it had not been our custom to hurry jessie away from her mother's room.

  • Written
  • And i'm going to read every play ever written!"

  • Radiant
  • At ten o'clock hilda came in to her, radiant.

  • Tint
  • As it happens, i am, and blamed if he don't tint up over it!

  • Giving Low-Down
  • Writings
  • Among his writings are man in the mirror of nature.

  • Irritant
  • Walking through much water in the winter months, through the dirt and mud of our streets, through melting ice and snow, or through anything in the nature of a chemical irritant, may be looked upon as a cause.

  • Rating
  • Mr barlow, who had a good stick in his hand, and was a man of an intrepid character, perceiving this, bade his pupils remain quiet, and instantly ran up to the bear, who stopped in the middle of his career, and seemed inclined to attack mr barlow for his interference; but this gentleman struck him two or three blows, rating him at the same time in a loud and severe tone of voice, and seizing the end of the chain with equal boldness and dexterity, the animal quietly submitted, and suffered himself to be taken prisoner.

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