How to spell DRING correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell dring correctly

  • adoring She had an adoring look on her face as she watched the puppy play.
  • bring I will bring a gift for the host.
  • Daren My sister's name is Daren.
  • Darin Darin is excited to see his family.
  • daring It takes a lot of daring to climb a mountain without any safety equipment.
  • darling
  • darning She spent hours darning her grandfather's old socks.
  • Darrin Darrin was excited to start his new job at the accounting firm.
  • darting The small fish were darting back and forth in the stream.
  • deign I just hope he'll deign to speak to me.
  • din I couldn't concentrate on my work because of the loud din coming from the nearby construction site.
  • Dina She likes baking cookies with her daughter Dina.
  • dine He likes to dine on Italian food every Friday night.
  • ding
  • dingo The dingo is a wild dog that originated in Australia.
  • dingy The old building had a dingy appearance and was in desperate need of renovation.
  • Dino Dino loved to go on adventures with his best friend, Sally.
  • Doing Doing homework is not my favorite activity.
  • dorian
  • drain
  • Drainer The drainer in the sink is clogged, so the water is not going down.
  • drains The kitchen sink drains slowly and needs to be unclogged.
  • Drano I use DRano to write my scripts.
  • Draping
  • drawing She spent hours every day practicing her drawing.
  • drawn The artist had drawn a beautiful landscape on his canvas.
  • drink
  • driving
  • drone The sound of the drone was enough to put me to sleep.
  • droning
  • drown
  • Drying The sun was shining brightly, and the clothes on the line were quickly drying.
  • Duran The Duran Duran singer is in the city for a show.
  • During During the storm, she waited anxiously for the electricity to come back on.
  • dying The dying man requested to say goodbye to his loved ones.
  • ring She slid the golden ring onto her finger and admired how it sparkled in the sunlight.
  • Ringo I like to listen to Ringo Starr.
  • Ruing The toddler was so excited to see her grandmother that she Ruing all of her toys to show her love.
  • string
  • Taring I brought my Taring along on our trip.
  • Tarring The old road leading to the village was tarring so that it could be smoother and more convenient to travel.
  • tearing The sound of tearing paper echoed through the room as she ripped up the old documents.
  • ting The sound of the spoon hitting the glass produced a ting.
  • tiring Walking for hours straight can be tiring.
  • touring
  • train I have to catch the train at 7:00 am tomorrow.
  • Treeing I always enjoy treeing my friends when we go hunting.
  • Trina Trina is the lead singer of the band performing tonight.
  • truing I am truing the wheels of my bicycle to ensure a smoother ride.
  • trying
  • turin Turin is the capital city of the Piedmont region and the fourth largest city in Italy.
  • turing Alan Turing was a genius who helped pioneer computer science.
  • wring I wring my hands.

Misspelling of the day


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