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Correct spelling for WRITINTG
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Possible correct spellings for writintg
- Radiantly(Definition of radiantly)
- Retentive(Definition of retentive)
- Rotund(Definition of rotund)
- Rotundity(Definition of rotundity)
- Radiant(Definition of radiant)
- Rotunda(Definition of rotunda)
- Rodent(Definition of rodent)
- Writing(Definition of writing)
"i hated your coming, mr. bryant," she explained radiantly.
On their way they came across other bodies of troops who joined them, and it so happened that no one came forward of superior rank to sam, and consequently he retained the command.
To what extent mr. berol's remarkable memory was natural and required only attention, for its development, seems impossible to determine with exactness, but the evidence clearly indicates that, however useless were many of his memory feats, a highly retentive memory was developed where before only "a good forgettery" existed.
You look in vain among the aviators for a huge, rotund figure.
This good woman's chief physical characteristic was rotundity, and her prominent mental attribute good-humour.
Jeanne was radiant with joy.
Then mr. vincent returned.
At the hotel, while the ladies and phil's father were upstairs, he was standing idly in the rotunda when jim pushed out from the swing doors of the billiard room.
Some had a formidable head provided with tentacles and powerful rodent clippers-as well as the peculiar whitish cuirasses in sections of the body.
I divided my time between growling at roos for enticing me into keeping him company in the cabin against blackmore's advice, and throwing things at the prowling rodents.
I am writing this in the curate's sitting-room upstairs in mrs. james's house.