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How to spell SARVING correctly?

The misspelling "sarving" could be corrected to "serving", which means providing food or drinks to someone. Alternatively, it might have been intended to be spelled as "carving", which means cutting up meat or other food into slices. Without context, it's difficult to know for sure which word was intended.

List of suggestions on how to spell sarving correctly

  • carving The artist was so skilled at carving that he could make intricate designs on even the smallest pieces of wood.
  • raving She was raving about the amazing new restaurant she had visited last night.
  • salving He spent hours salving his wounded pride after the humiliating loss.
  • saving
  • savings I am putting all of my extra money into savings for a down payment on a house.
  • Scarfing He was scarfing down his lunch so quickly that he almost choked on a piece of bread.
  • Searing The searing heat of the desert made it almost impossible to hike during the day.
  • serving I will be serving you dinner in about fifteen minutes.
  • servings I divided the cake into equal servings for everyone at the party.
  • shaving
  • sieving
  • Slaving She spent her day slaving over a hot stove.
  • soaring
  • starving
  • Staving The ship's crew was staving off the storm by battening down the hatches and securing any loose cargo.
  • surfing I am so hooked on surfing that I can't stop.
  • swerving

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