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Correct spelling for TAKJING
We think the word takjing is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for takjing
- Tracking(Definition of tracking)
- Ticking(Definition of ticking)
- Joking(Definition of joking)
- Tacking(Definition of tacking)
- Talking(Definition of talking)
- Diking(Definition of Diking)
- Cadging(Definition of Cadging)
- Taken(Definition of taken)
- Tackling(Definition of tackling)
- Taxing(Definition of taxing)
- Taking(Definition of taking)
- Quaking(Definition of quaking)
So partial are elephants to rocky and uneven ground that should the ruins of a mountain exist in rugged fragments along a plain of low, thorny jungle, five chances to one would be in favor of tracking the herd to this very spot, where they would most likely be found, standing among the alleys roamed by the fragments heaped around them.
There was no sound in the house save the ticking of an invisible clock.
"but i'm not joking!
"couldn't offer you such swell quarters in new york, march," fulkerson said, as he went tack-tacking down the steps with his small boot-heels.
"i was talking to mr. thorne," he replied.
If you had never met me, you would probably have taken the next man with means who came along.
Bargrave had this passage in his sermon: "it was the speech of a man renowned for wisdom in our age, that if he were commanded to put forth to sea in a ship that had neither mast nor tackling, he would do it:" and being asked what wisdom that were, replied, "the wisdom must be in him that hath power to command, not in him that conscience binds to obey."
I have been preparing my mind, taxing my memory, and arranging my thoughts.
But what are you taking away, lottie?
Far more dreaded than their fires is the quaking and heaving and tumbling about of the earth, shaking down as it does human habitations and mountain-tops, towers and steeples, and uprooting trees, and opening wide chasms, turning streams from their courses, and overwhelming towns and villages, and destroying in other ways the works of men's hands, and human beings themselves, in its wild commotion.