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Correct spelling for WRNING

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Possible correct spellings for wrning

  • Ring
  • Let her ring the bell, and the door will be opened.

  • Morning
  • And a fine morning, too, mr. tregaskis."

  • Raining
  • She remembered turning to the fireplace, so that dr. rob should not see the tears raining down her cheeks.

  • Corning
  • -by dr. j. l. corning.

  • Whining
  • The dog stands alert, barking and whining.

  • Warning
  • Then why couldn't you have given warning?

  • Awning
  • On the second afternoon of the calm i happened to pass this awning, and glanced in.

  • Droning
  • The droning which had been the rule in that quiet old place for a century seemed ended at last.

  • Running
  • He didn't stop running till he got home-he didn't-not me."

  • Ringing
  • An old man and two boys were in it, and they were singing as they went by, in clear, ringing voices.

  • Waning
  • They, too, had had their times of prosperity, their friends who had faded with the first waning of fortune.

  • Craning
  • There was a stir and a craning of necks.

  • Burning
  • As the first man to reach the burning church?

  • Reining
  • Reining in, he felt his shoulder.

  • Wronging
  • Wring
  • But you shan't wring it from me.

  • Wining
  • Earning
  • Bread was dear, and iron was cheap-at least so mr. crawshay said when we went up to ask him if he couldn't give us miners a trifle over the twelve or thirteen shillings a week we was earning.

  • Weaning
  • 3 she shall be, immediately upon her birth, full of the grace of the lord, and shall continue during the three years of her weaning in her father's house, and afterwards, being devoted to the service of the lord, shall not depart from the temple, till she arrive to years of discretion.

  • Ruing
  • Wrung
  • Wrong
  • Wrong: there don't none of them believe it.

  • Darning
  • Some one must have done the mending and darning and laundry work, but i never saw any of that.

  • Wringing
  • Winging
  • Fingers In Pie
  • Owning
  • If the king is not ashamed of them as subjects, i am not ashamed of owning how i have been beaten; they were two to one!

  • Weening
  • Turning
  • He read it slowly, turning it over once or twice.

  • Ruining
  • I know not whether it was to show his resentment, that at tea he shuffled and kicked his feet under the table to such a degree, that his aunt, laying down her cup, solemnly inquired, "if he intended to break her heart, as he was ruining her furniture and endangering the shins of her guests?"

  • Pruning
  • Both were, indeed, much neglected; the trees wanted pruning, the field manure.

  • Ironing
  • Another had slipped from her neck and was hanging on the corner of the ironing board.

  • Winning
  • But with him would go carford's hold on barbara and his best prospect of winning her; for in her trouble lay his chance.

  • Writing
  • There's some writing on the back.

  • Wrings
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