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Correct spelling for ACOUDING
We think the word acouding is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for acouding
- Accounting(Definition of accounting)
- Goading(Definition of goading)
- Actuating(Definition of actuating)
- Accordion(Definition of accordion)
- Cording(Definition of Cording)
- Outing(Definition of outing)
- Accusing(Definition of accusing)
- Courting(Definition of courting)
- Scudding(Definition of scudding)
- Accoutring(Definition of Accoutring)
- Coating(Definition of coating)
- Arguing(Definition of arguing)
- Carding(Definition of Carding)
- Acting(Definition of acting)
- Acquaint(Definition of acquaint)
- According(Definition of according)
"i declare i have felt it much hotter when your ladyship has complained of the cold; but there's no accounting for people's feelings.
Even forestier, to whom he rendered a thousand services, no longer invited him to dinner, and treated him in every way as an inferior, though still accosting him as a friend.
The accordion man drew out a last gasping note and turned black round eyes upon them.
The mode of behaviour may have had its origin in the instinctive perception of the impossibility of proving innocence; but had we, loving as we did, been capable of truthfully accusing each other, i think we should have been capable of lying also.
Art. xi. -canada, acceding to this confederation, and joining in the measures of the united states shall be admitted into, and entitled to all the advantages of this union; but no other colony shall be admitted into the same, unless such admission be agreed to by nine states.
"i ought to know better than to be acting like a wild indian in the house.
Champlain at once repaired to tadousac, where he received a letter from de monts requesting him to return to france to acquaint him with the progress which he had made in the colony, and with the result of his explorations.
According to the size of the ship, you had him at your mess more or less often at dinner.