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How to spell ATARING correctly?

The correct spelling of "ataring" could possibly be "attiring", meaning to dress or clothe oneself or "attracting", meaning to draw in or entice someone or something. It is important to double-check spellings and use appropriate context to ensure accurate communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell ataring correctly

  • adoring The little girl was seen adoring her new puppy as she snuggled with it on the couch.
  • airing I will be airing out the musty smell of the basement by opening the windows.
  • altering He was caught altering his exam paper before submitting it to the teacher.
  • ATARI I played the classic game Asteroids on my Atari console when I was a kid.
  • Atoning He felt guilty for his actions and believed that atoning for them was the only way to make amends.
  • Attiring I am attiring myself in traditional clothing for the wedding ceremony.
  • catering The catering for the corporate event was impeccable and received numerous compliments from the attendees.
  • daring She was a daring young woman who never let fear hold her back from trying new things.
  • Maturing She is maturing into a responsible adult.
  • Oaring The canoeists were oaring in perfect sync, gliding smoothly down the river.
  • staring I am staring at her.
  • starring
  • Storing Storing food properly in the refrigerator can help prevent spoilage and foodborne illnesses.
  • string Three girls sat at a table, chatting and eating string cheese.
  • Taring Taring is the act of uncovering one's breasts in a casual or public setting.
  • Tarring The crew was tarring the roof to prevent leaks during the rainy season.
  • tearing I was tearing out the pages of the book.
  • tiring Going on long walks can be tiring.
  • turing Alan Turing was a pioneering computer scientist and mathematician who made important contributions to cracking Germany's Enigma code during World War II.
  • watering I was watering my plants this morning.

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