How Do You Spell INVOLVING?

Correct spelling for the English word "Involving" is [ɪnvˈɒlvɪŋ], [ɪnvˈɒlvɪŋ], [ɪ_n_v_ˈɒ_l_v_ɪ_ŋ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of INVOLVING

  1. of Involve

Common Misspellings for INVOLVING

Below is the list of 245 misspellings for the word "involving".

Usage Examples for INVOLVING

  1. The time of their departure was also close at hand, and might be hastened without necessarily involving much of the unpleasant. - "Wilfrid Cumbermede" by George MacDonald
  2. I can only say that I have on more than one occasion found the greatest safety in a balloon venture involving the element of risk to lie in complete abandonment to circumstances, and in the increased life and activity which the delirium of excitement calls forth. - "The Dominion of the Air" by J. M. Bacon
  3. Had the first and second squadrons of the Carthaginians been able to carry out their part of the plan and " contain" the corresponding advance squadrons of the Romans, the result would have been an overwhelming victory for Carthage, involving not only the destruction of the Roman fleet but also the capture of the Roman army of invasion. - "A History of Sea Power" by William Oliver Stevens and Allan Westcott
  4. Forthwith, in 1912, the proposition to submit all decisions involving a question of constitutional law to a popular vote became an issue in a presidential election. - "The Theory of Social Revolutions" by Brooks Adams
  5. Much of Gower's complaint about Trick might be equally truly applied to any age or community; but much was due also to the growth of large and complicated money transactions, involving considerable speculation on credit. - "Chaucer and His England" by G. G. Coulton