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How to spell RINGIN correctly?

If you've typed "ringin" and realized it's a misspelling, here are some suggestions for the correct word you may have intended to write. "Ringing" is the correct spelling, referring to the sound a phone makes. Alternatively, you could mean "ringing" as in the sound of a bell.

List of suggestions on how to spell ringin correctly

  • bringing She was bringing a cake to the party.
  • cringing I was cringing at my embarrassing performance during the talent show.
  • Dinging The dinging sound of the microwave signaled that my popcorn was ready.
  • Fringing I am fringing my hair out of my face.
  • Hinging The entire project was hinging on one small detail that had yet to be resolved.
  • Pinging I heard the sound of pinging as the mechanic worked on the engine.
  • ranging
  • rankin
  • rennin After running a batch of rennin, the science lab can smell like vinegar for hours.
  • rigging
  • ring Mum will be wearing a diamond ring when she returns from her trip.
  • ring in
  • ringed
  • ringer I'm not much of a basketball player, but I'm sure I can find a ringer to join our team.
  • ringing I can hear the ringing of the alarm clock from the other room.
  • ringling
  • Ringo The Ringo Starr song "my old pickup" is about his old pickup truck.
  • rings The wedding rings were passed down from generation to generation in the family.
  • rinsing After applying the shampoo, she began rinsing the suds out of her hair.
  • singing
  • tinging The sound of the Christmas bells was tinging through the snowy night.
  • Winging She was winging her way through the forest, taking in the beauty of the scenery around her.
  • Wringing She was wringing her hands nervously as she waited for the results of the exam.
  • zinging His words were zinging through the air with such sharpness that they pierced her heart.

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