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Correct spelling for INSSISTING
We think the word inssisting 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 inssisting
- Insulting(Definition of insulting)
- Enlisting(Definition of enlisting)
- Insist(Definition of insist)
- Insistent(Definition of insistent)
- Inserting(Definition of Inserting)
- Investing(Definition of investing)
All further combat between us ceased, the boys one and all taking my part and insisting upon peace.
"if you require my services, you will find me in the-" "not in the hall, i trust," said his client in a most insulting way.
His first aim was to bring all india under one sceptre, and to accomplish this task in a great measure by enlisting in its favour the several races which he desired to bring within the fold.
They were clad in dresses, which appeared to me to be made of black leather, consisting of a pair of trousers, and a long pea-jacket, very similar to those worn by the esquimaux indians, which we occasionally fell in with in the northern ocean.
"i insist upon going," she said.
You seemed insistent upon it.
As a rule they would not listen to suggestions of investing their money in what was contemptuously termed rotten poles and rusty wires.
She spoke to donald in a low voice, then the collie began to work the sheep up into a heap; bess assisting with her sharp yap.