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Correct spelling for BEHAIVING
We think the word behaiving 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 behaiving
- Hiving(Definition of Hiving)
- Heaving(Definition of heaving)
- Behavior(Definition of behavior)
- Braving(Definition of braving)
- Having(Definition of Having)
- Beheading(Definition of beheading)
- Bereaving(Definition of bereaving)
- Believing(Definition of believing)
For a moment he didn't see his aunt; and was turning to go again when a strange sound arrested him, and he saw her all huddled up at the head of the sofa, with hidden face and heaving shoulders.
His behavior doesn't quite follow the pattern that we usually expect from such cases as this.
I hope you will show how sorry you are by behaving better in future.
Americans took an active-almost a leading-part in these expeditions, braving in them the same perils which had overcome the stout english knight.
I fancy they were having words.
On the twelfth of july nine more were executed, five by burning and four by beheading.
The one he had picked up was no doubt the glove of marion wade; but what reason was there for believing that it was its fellow he had seen in the hat of henry holtspur?