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How to spell CUTING correctly?

If someone is misspelling "cuting", they are likely trying to spell "cutting". Some possible suggestions for the correct spelling would be to double-check the spelling, use spell-check software or consult a dictionary. Proofreading and editing can also help to catch and correct spelling errors.

List of suggestions on how to spell cuting correctly

  • acting
  • Canting The sailor noticed that the ship was canting to the left, indicating that something was wrong with the navigation system.
  • carting He was busy carting the supplies to the storage room.
  • casting The casting for the play was conducted last weekend.
  • Catting I saw a couple of feral cats catting around the alleyway last night.
  • Citing I am citing your work in my paper.
  • Clouting I saw my father clouting the cat for scratching the couch.
  • coating I need to apply another coating of paint to the walls in the living room.
  • coding She is a coding genius.
  • costing This costing is really confusing.
  • counting I am counting backwards from 10 to 1.
  • courting I was courting her for weeks before I even kissed her.
  • Crating The crating process ensures that the fragile items are protected during transportation.
  • Cubing
  • curing The doctor prescribed a medicine for curing the patient's illness.
  • Cutie I met a cutie at the coffee shop today.
  • cutting The cutting of trees in the Amazon rainforest is a major concern for environmentalists.
  • cuttings I'm taking cuttings from my favourite plants to propagate new ones.
  • ducting He was oiling the tractor, when he noticed the pipe was ducting smoke.
  • gating The gating mechanism prevents unauthorized access to the restricted area.
  • gusting The wind was gusting so hard that the branches in the trees were bending.
  • Gutting The sound of the gutting machine in the fish processing plant was deafening.
  • jutting The cliff had a sharp jutting edge that looked dangerous to climb.
  • kiting Kiting is a sport involving flying a kite.
  • Muting I am muting my microphone so that I can listen to the other person speak.
  • outing My family is planning an outing to the beach next weekend.
  • Quoting Quoting Shakespeare can make you sound literary, but it might not be appropriate for every occasion.
  • scouting My daughter is in scouting and I'm glad she is involved in something so wholesome.
  • ting A ting of sadness filled the air as we said our goodbyes.

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