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How to spell RINNING correctly?

The correct spelling for "rinning" could be "running", "grinning", "inning" or "sinning" depending on the intended meaning. It is important to think about the context in which the word is used to determine the correct spelling and avoid miscommunication.

List of suggestions on how to spell rinning correctly

  • Binning She was binning the scraps of paper that had already been used.
  • bringing I will be bringing my laptop to the meeting so we can review the presentation together.
  • cringing I was cringing in embarrassment when I realized I had worn mismatching shoes to work.
  • Dinning The dinning room is elegantly decorated with a chandelier and antique furniture.
  • Fringing The fringing on the edges of the blanket gave it a cozy, rustic feel.
  • Ginning The farmer spent his entire day ginning the newly harvested cotton crop before sending it to the factory.
  • grinning Mary was grinning from ear to ear when she saw the surprise gift from her husband.
  • inning The pitcher had a great inning and struck out all three batters.
  • pinning She was pinning her hair up when the phone rang.
  • raining I'm glad we brought umbrellas because it's currently raining outside.
  • reigning
  • Reining Reining is a western riding competition for horses where the rider guides the horse through a precise pattern of circles, spins, and stops.
  • rennin He poured himself a glass of fresh orange juice and added some rennin to make it more flavorful.
  • ringing In my head, it's always ringing.
  • ringling She wore a ringling ball gown to the ball.
  • rinsing
  • ripening The apples on the tree are slowly ripening and will be ready to pick soon.
  • ruining The rain is ruining our plans for an outdoor picnic.
  • running I will be running a marathon tomorrow.
  • sinning Despite his religious upbringing, John couldn't resist the urge to commit sins and found himself constantly sinning.
  • tinning Tinning is the process of coating a metal with a thin layer of tin to prevent it from rusting.
  • winning Winning the lottery was the best thing that ever happened to me.
  • Wringing She was wringing her hands with nervousness as she waited for her interview.

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