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How to spell ITTING correctly?

If you find yourself frequently typing "itting" instead of the correct word, there are a few possible suggestions. It could be intending to type "fitting", "sitting" or "hitting". Double-check your sentence context and choose the most appropriate term accordingly. Always proofread your work for any recurring misspellings.

List of suggestions on how to spell itting correctly

  • acting She has been studying acting for years and recently landed a leading role in a Broadway play.
  • batting Jimmy hit a homer in batting practice.
  • betting
  • biting The biting wind made it difficult to walk outside without a scarf or jacket.
  • Butting The goats kept butting their heads against each other.
  • Catting I caught my catting around the neighborhood again yesterday.
  • Citing
  • cutting I can hear the cutting sound of the knife as the chef prepares the vegetables.
  • dieting After she gave birth, she started a dieting program to return to her pre-pregnancy weight.
  • Dotting She was carefully dotting the i's and crossing the t's on the contract.
  • eating
  • emitting The factory was emitting thick, black smoke into the atmosphere.
  • fitting I need a new fitting for this dress.
  • getting I am getting ready for the party.
  • Girting
  • Gutting The gutting of the old building was a huge undertaking.
  • Hatting Jenny is wearing a hatting.
  • hitting I've got a headache from all of the hitting.
  • icing I decided to add some colorful sprinkles to the icing on my cake.
  • idling The car was idling in the driveway while the driver ran inside to grab her keys.
  • itching I have been itching all day because of the new detergent I am using.
  • jetting I'm jetting to the airport right now.
  • jotting I'm always jotting down ideas for my next project.
  • jutting The rocks were jutting out of the water, making the boat ride a bit bumpy.
  • kiting She was caught kiting her personal expenses on the company's account.
  • knitting I am currently knitting a scarf for my grandmother.
  • letting I am letting go of the past and embracing the present.
  • matting I have a matting of hair on my chest.
  • netting The fishermen were busy repairing the netting on their boats before setting out to sea.
  • Nutting I was out in the forest nutting with my father over the weekend.
  • Omitting Omitting crucial information from a report can lead to serious consequences.
  • opting By opting for the vegetarian option, I was able to enjoy a delicious and healthy meal.
  • outing I'm really excited about our upcoming hiking outing this weekend.
  • Patting After punching his brother she directed her anger towards patting him on the back.
  • petting I enjoy petting my cat while watching television.
  • pitting
  • Potting My hobby is potting plants in my backyard.
  • putting I am putting on my shoes before heading out for a run.
  • Quitting I'm quitting this job tomorrow.
  • ratting The ratting party was cancelled because of the rat.
  • rioting The city was in chaos as citizens started rioting in the streets.
  • rotting The pile of food waste in the corner was rotting and emitting a foul smell.
  • Rutting During the fall season, deer can be seen rutting in fields and wooded areas.
  • setting The story's setting is the small town of Maycomb, Alabama in the 1930s.
  • siting The siting of the new school was carefully chosen to maximize access for all students.
  • sitting
  • sting I felt a sharp sting when the bee stung me on the finger.
  • tatting My grandmother enjoys making lace doilies through tatting.
  • ting The sound of a ting echoed through the room as the champagne glasses clinked together in unison.
  • Toting She was toting a heavy bag full of groceries.
  • Totting I caught my neighbor totting up the total cost of his shopping trip.
  • Vatting Vatting is the process of blending different batches of whisky together to create a consistent flavor profile.
  • vetting The vetting committee will carefully review all applications before deciding on the final candidate for the job.
  • wetting I forgot my umbrella, so I was wetting through the rain.
  • witting I knew it was a trap but I went ahead anyway, witting that I could face the consequences later.

Misspelling of the day

Turminated

  • dominated
  • germinated
  • ruminated
  • terminate
  • terminated
  • terminates
  • tormented
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