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Correct spelling for ATTENDIING
We think the word attendiing 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 attendiing
- Attendant(Definition of attendant)
- Ascending(Definition of ascending)
- Attention(Definition of attention)
- Attend(Definition of attend)
- Ending(Definition of ending)
- Attending(Definition of attending)
- Tenting(Definition of tenting)
- Atoning(Definition of Atoning)
- Tending(Definition of tending)
- Attuning(Definition of Attuning)
You'll be the only attendant.
Build to-day, then, strong and sure, with a firm and ample base; and ascending and secure shall to-morrow find its place.
But truly i am all attention.
But now, frieda and i are to attend to all the conversation, for you are to keep as silent as the sphynx.
Very simply and frankly the girl told the purpose of her call, ending with what might have been a command, but it was spoken in the clear, soft voice that had always won her point in any argument.
So, doctor, you need not fear you are attending him for charity; no, i would sell my gown first."
The new territories were organized without restrictions on the disputed point, and were thus left to judge in that particular for themselves; and the sense of constitutional faith proved vigorous enough in congress not only to accomplish this primary object, but also the incidental and hardly less important one of so amending the provisions of the statute for the extradition of fugitives from service as to place that public duty under the safeguard of the general government, and thus relieve it from obstacles raised up by the legislation of some of the states.
Cease tending yon dead man!