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Correct spelling for DRING

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  • adoring Maria, whom Alice never noticed, looked with adoring eyes at beautiful Kathleen.
  • bring He would certainly bring Crayford to Mustapha.
  • daring Above everything, he must be brave and daring.
  • darling "Oh, Arenta is a very darling!
  • darning She opened a drawer of her toilette-table, taking out a square work-basket in which reels, scissors, thimble, and darning skeins were packed into the smallest possible compass; Olwen being as neat in her habits as her uncle was chaotic.
  • darting For a long moment she sat upright and still, her hands clutching the arms of her chair, her gaze fixed steadily on the tiny, darting flames.
  • deign He did not deign to speak to the soldier.
  • din "What, in Heaven's name," asked Guido, "did you read, that could shut your ears to such a din?"
  • dine She would not dine at all.
  • ding It-" "Oh, how I used to loathe you when you kept forever ding-donging at me about the way I ate when I was almost starving.
  • dingo The Thylacine kills sheep, but usually confines its attack to one at a time, and is therefore by no means so destructive to a flock as the domestic dog become wild, or as the Dingo of Australia, which both commit vast havoc in a single night.
  • dingy I look down on the dingy court below: A tuft of grass is all it has to show,- A broken pump, where thirsty children go.
  • dorian Dorian was a great maker of whistles, which he freely gave away to the smaller boys and girls whom he met.
  • drain But if you have found that they really will fight under some circumstances, we may hope that, now Lord Beresford has come out to take command of the Portuguese army, and is going to have a certain number of British officers to train and command them, they will be of some utility, instead of being simply a scourge to the country and a constant drain on our purse."
  • drawing "Well, we have got here in safety," said he, drawing a deep breath.
  • drawn I feel as if I'd never really drawn a full breath since I went away!
  • drink How they did laugh, and eat, ay, and drink too.
  • driving "Well, that woman just driving away is your one solitary chance of getting a cent of it.
  • drone Yet the Drone is a local celebrity in Middleshire, and, like most local celebrities, is unknown elsewhere.
  • droning Green spears bent to open a way for her; dizzy gnats paused in their droning song, feeling in the ether the tremor of the chase; bees fell from the heart of honey-sweet flowers, and lay murmuring and booming in the grass.
  • drown If it were not for you, I believe I should drown myself in the Liffey.
  • dying One night Wuntoo was evidently dying.
  • ring Again his voice had the old ring.
  • string It has a range about equal to the woman's statement that a certain object was as long as a piece of string.
  • tearing As the boat drew near the Russian small shot was tearing up the sea like a wintry storm.
  • ting Dere's your peaches an' dere's you, but dere ain't de eatin'-an' de eadn's de ting, ain't it?
  • tiring It seemed as if Lord George Germaine's policy of "tiring the Americans out" might be going to succeed after all.
  • touring The year that Hugo Tancred met Fay was a particularly good year, and Anthony had bought a touring-car, and they all went up to Scotland in it.
  • train You could hear them talk all over the train.
  • trying Why, it ought to want no trying; you ought to be as happy as the day is long."
  • turin A few days after he left Lyons, telling us that he was first going to Aix and then to Turin, and as it was evident that he would never give his consent my lover proposed that I should go off with him, promising to marry me as soon as we reached Geneva.
  • turing
  • wring
  • Doing
  • Drainer
  • Draping
  • Drying
  • During
  • Ruing
  • Tarring
  • Taring
  • Treeing
  • Darin
  • Dino
  • Trina
  • Ringo
  • Daren
  • Darrin
  • Duran
  • Dina
  • drains
  • truing
  • Drano

14 words made from the letters dring

3 letter words made from dring:

din, gin, dig, nig, rid, igd, rig.

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Misspelling of the day


  • dire
  • eire
  • fire
  • hire
  • ire
  • lire
  • mire
  • no buts about it
  • pare
  • pi re