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  • morning We had a talk this morning, on business; that's all.
  • mourning After all, there was no cause for him to rejoice; she had not left off her mourning of her own accord.
  • swooning At the first course they overthrew each other, and both lay swooning on the ground; but Sir Balin was the most hurt and bruised, for he was weary and spent with travelling.
  • waning It is only when they form the distant background of a view, and especially when the waning light of evening clothes their stern forms with tender hues, that they become elements of pure delight in the landscape.
  • warning I give you warning; it won't be my fault.
  • weaning And I rather dread the idea of weaning them.
  • whining He hit the snapping, whining dogs.
  • winning The two girls paused and shook hands as they entered the building in which Henry Hammond had his office, then mounted the stairs with the full determination of winning in their cause.
  • wiring So how Jack can have been wiring hares after seven I don't very well know."
  • wooing It was his whim to have her play for him; and she was glad to comply, because it interfered with his wooing.
  • wording She could not have denied it, in the face of the wording of the accusation itself.
  • working She was working here yesterday and she dropped it, she doesn't know where.
  • worsening If, too, the diminution of the rash were followed by a worsening of the child's condition, by feverishness, by heaviness of the head, or any sign of disturbance of the brain, the attempt to cure the rash must at once be abandoned.
  • wounding Do you remember all that is wounding and terrible expressed in the one word "scorn"?
  • zoning The selling-floor location of these utility units determines the zoning system of the warehouses on the tenth.
  • Boning Some of the plebes were negligent and regardless of the fact that the January examinations were close at hand, while others were "boning" steadily, doing their level best to stand well in their classes.
  • Honing
  • Owning
  • Toning
  • Whoring
  • Winging
  • Worming
  • Corning And your corning here to-night on this friendly visit is an honour which-which"-"Which," interrupted Kenelm, compassionating Will's embarrassment, "is on the side of us single men.
  • Waring
  • warnings
  • coning EDWARD III. King of England: Van den Derden Edewaert, Coning van Engelant, Rymkronyk geschreven het Jaer 1347, door Jan de Klerk van Antwerpen, 8vo., sd., scarce, 1s. 6d. Gent, 1840.
  • wining
  • wowing
  • weening
  • dis-enchant
  • dis-enthrones

70 words made from the letters worning

3 letter words made from worning:

nog, inn, wig, iwo, own, nnw, wog, gin, win, rig, now, ron, row, ion, rio, won, nig.

4 letter words made from worning:

iong, gnrn, nori, iwon, grin, noir, ngoi, giro, wing, iwrg, igno, gonn, igon, ning, iron, worn, rigo, ngon, nong, gwon, nown, roig, onni, grow, ring, gown, gorn, norn, ogin, rogi, gion.

5 letter words made from worning:

norin, giron, wring, oring, ogrin, grown, rogin, wingo, gowin, wrong, nowin, gronw, gowri, oning, wongi, groin, rigon, owing, ngoni, gorni, gonin, nigon.

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Contineued

  • contained
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  • continue
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