Correct spelling for MOVIGN

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Possible correct spellings for movign

  • bovine Yet the German colonial party stare at us with bovine malevolence.
  • diving And this diving bell is not like any you have ever seen or read about.
  • feign When Barbara saw me, she did not, as her custom was, feign not to see me till I thrust my presence on her, but ran to me at once, crying very indignantly, "Simon, who is this girl?
  • giving And Charmian's done the right thing, too, giving up all our nonsense for your work.
  • irving His conversation must have been remarkably vivid: he had adventures enough to tell, by land and sea; while such a voice as he raised withal in the pulpit, like Edward Irving, has always been potent with women, as Sir Walter Scott remarks in Irving's own case.
  • jovian The head of the heiress is in a Jovian shower.
  • living It is because you love your dead child better than your living one."
  • loving Carly asked, with a loving glance at her friend.
  • main Having passed the main entrance, turn to the left.
  • making You're making a fool of yourself."
  • malign Thanks to Cleopatra's malign influence, the old warrior spent his last years, instead, in a golden Fool's Paradise, whose joys have become historic.
  • margin The group lay in a hollow on the margin of an insignificant stream, whose course through the plain was marked by a thick belt of beautiful mimosa-bushes.
  • mating Her letters breathed, in their own lively or thoughtful flow, of the perfect mating.
  • maven
  • mien His mien was undoubtedly splendid.
  • min Talk about yer white min!
  • ming The general effect was of animated Ming laughing, jesting, talking, and dancing with the lacker cabinets that were used to contain it.
  • mining The only thing that had prospered was the gold-mining; for owing to the licence that Bobadilla had given to the Spaniards to employ native labour to an unlimited extent there had been an immense amount of gold taken from the mines.
  • moan All he could do was moan and pick up the telephone.
  • moaning Then she paid no more attention to him, but leaned her head upon her hand and began a regular moaning, as if she suffered some dull, persistent pain.
  • mocking "You are mocking at me, boy," she said, with spirit.
  • mon Your romantic, your dramatic, mon Dieu!
  • moon Once more came the night of the full moon, and once more in the middle of the night Little Sister started up and heard feet running away in the distance.
  • mooring My companion stared at the vacant mooring place and then again across the lake.
  • mopping He seated himself, mopping his forehead.
  • morgan He told how the "tailings" at Mukton City had panned out 30 per cent, to the ton-with two hundred thousand tons in the dump thrown away until the new smelter was started and they could get rid of the sulphides; of what Aetna Cobb's Crest had done and Beals Hollow and Morgan Creek-all on the same ridge, and was about launching out on the future value of Mukton Lode when Mason broke the silence by asking if any one present had heard of a mine somewhere in Nevada which an Englishman had bought and which had panned out $1,200 to the ton the first week and not a cent to the square mile ever afterward?
  • morn One led a horse that no one would ride, one carried the indispensable luncheon-basket, and two fared forth at early morn to cut steps in the snow.
  • morning I daresay we shall get through about six the next morning."
  • motion Cynthia knelt beside Crothers and called his name, but the ugly smiling lips made no motion of reply.
  • mourn The time may come when, deprived of your parents or brothers and sisters, you will bitterly mourn the sorrow you have caused by your evil temper or neglect.
  • move Let us move on a bit.
  • mover In defending his amendment, the mover, Mr. McMillin, declared that the purpose of the tax was to place a small per cent of the enormous Federal burden "upon the accumulated wealth of the country instead of placing all upon the consumption of the people."
  • movie Now if this was a movie play we was dopin' out it would be simple.
  • moving He seemed to remember having seen something of the sort in a moving picture once; perhaps it was years ago.
  • movingly
  • muffin
  • musing
  • oven
  • paving
  • raving
  • roving
  • saving
  • waving
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  • Having
  • Hiving
  • Laving
  • Meting
  • Mewing
  • Miring
  • Mobbing
  • Moiling
  • Mooing
  • Mooning
  • Mooting
  • Moping
  • Moravian
  • Morin
  • Mousing
  • Mowing
  • Muffing
  • Muting
  • Removing
  • Riving
  • Shoving
  • Wiving
  • Marvin
  • Melvin
  • Mervin
  • miming
  • meowing
  • MINN
  • MORPHING
  • MOVIES
  • jiving
  • Molina
  • gyving

27 words made from the letters movign

3 letter words made from movign:

igm, imo, ion, mon, nim, gin, nov, nig, min, vim, nog.

4 letter words made from movign:

gion, vigo, igon, ving, imov, ngoi, mogi, omni, vino, vong, ngom, igno, iong, ogin, ming.

5 letter words made from movign:

vingo.

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