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How to spell PIKING correctly?

If you find yourself mistakenly typing "piking" instead of the intended word, here are some possible suggestions for the correct term. It could be "picking" if you meant to choose or select something. Alternatively, "piking" might mean "peeking" if you were referring to a quick glance or sneak a peek.

List of suggestions on how to spell piking correctly

  • biking I enjoy biking along the trails in the park on a sunny day.
  • Diking The farmers were busy diking the fields to prevent flooding.
  • Hiking I'm going to do some hiking today.
  • liking I have developed a liking for playing chess since the lockdown began.
  • packing
  • paging This is a paging system.
  • parking I had trouble finding a parking spot in the crowded lot.
  • Peaking She's on the verge of peaking.
  • Pecking
  • peeking She was peeking behind the curtains.
  • peking I was born and raised in Beijing, but I love visiting my old stomping grounds in Peking.
  • Perking
  • picking I am picking fresh vegetables from the garden for our dinner tonight.
  • Pieing Pieing is a form of protest that involves throwing a pie at someone's face.
  • Pigging Pigging is the process of cleaning and inspecting pipelines using a specialized device called a pig.
  • piling The construction workers were piling bricks one on top of the other to build the new wall.
  • pining She was pining for her lost love.
  • Pinking
  • piping The aroma of freshly baked bread filled the kitchen, and the chef began piping delicate lines of frosting onto the top of the cake.
  • Piquing Her interest in the topic was piquing, so she decided to do more research.
  • poking I was poking around in the drawer when I found the remote.
  • puking I was puking all over the floor.
  • Spiking
  • viking The ancient Viking warriors were feared for their raids across Europe.

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