Correct spelling for SCANNIGN

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Possible correct spellings for scannign

  • caning Never again have the pleasure of caning your honour in the character of Tom Errand.
  • cannon The canoe rounded, passed up between the others, which closed in behind, and the cannon-boat lumbered into place in the rear.
  • cunning Damme, you are a cunning one.
  • scaling Saplings were also felled for light ladders to be used in the scaling of Lapierre's walls.
  • scanning "I can't make out where it's from," said Herbert, scanning the postmark critically.
  • scansion It is not to be denied, that we have much difficulty in reading them rhythmically, according to their stated feet and scansion; and so we should have, in reading our own language rhythmically, in any similar succession of feet.
  • sickening He fought on, but a sickening feeling began to creep over him of impending failure.
  • signing He had also been witness of the signing of the armistice.
  • sinning She was ready to go with Brightly because he was friendly and she required friendship badly; she hardly looked upon him as a man; he was such a poor incomplete thing; if a man, without the power of sinning like a man.
  • Canning 152. Attacks Canning, iv.
  • Scanting Like a miser who spoils his coat with scanting a little cloth [scanting = short]
  • Scaring He came furiously at me, trying to ride me down; but I leaped aside nimbly, and evading him, rushed at the other, and scaring his horse, so that he dropped his point, cut him across the shoulder before he could guard himself.
  • Skinning Reaching the horse-dealer's shanty, the prisoners opened the door by the simple expedient of surging against it as they shrunk from the pricks of Hank's skinning knife.
  • Conning "Well, I am afraid I have kept you waiting, Mr Lennard," said Erskine, as the platform brought him up again into the conning-tower, in much shorter time than was necessary to make this needful description of what was probably the most formidable craft in the British Navy.
  • Spanning He produced a charming drawing by Turner of a beautiful old bridge spanning a clear stream, the banks of which were clad with trees and foliage.
  • Sunning The cat sat sunning herself on the step, and through the open door came the hum of the mother's busy wheel.
  • scorning So he committed him close prisoner till payment, and gave the jailor charge to let no giddy-headed people come at him; for his friends and those that would have done him good were called "giddy-headed people," and so kept out; and such as would abuse him by scorning or beating, those they let in and set them on.
  • changings It is, perhaps, not exactly as Diane left it, or as Rousseau knew it under the regime of the Dupins, since, after many changings of hands, it became the property of the Credit Foncier, by whom it was sold in 1891 to Mr. Terry, an American.

92 words made from the letters scannign

5 letter words made from scannign:

sinag, asing, sinna, sangi, gcais, ninna, acing, cangs, cnnsi, agins, ganci, ganis, saing, nisga, sigan, naing, incas, siang, niang, angin, cagni, canis, ninan, nagin, gnann, sinan, nisan, isang, insan, canns, ginas, gasic, ganic, nansi, sanin, cinna, ninas.

4 letter words made from scannign:

3 letter words made from scannign:

cns, ani, ain, inn, sin, cgs, sic, nan, gin, nig, ans, gas, nag, cis, nsc, gca, sac, can, iga, sag, cia.

6 letter words made from scannign:

caning, anning, singan, signac, sangin, naning, saning, ingans, casing.

7 letter words made from scannign:

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Fasinate

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