What is the correct spelling for ABRIEVATING?

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Correct spellings for ABRIEVATING

  • abating Upon my last visit to Hong Kong, in July last, plague was abating .
  • abbreviation Abbreviation is his watchword; his drawings are a species of shorthand notations made at red-hot tempo, yet catching the soul of a situation.
  • activating
  • aggravating But it's aggravating That you keep us waiting – Safety in Numbers by Unknown Author
  • arriving I'm am arriving as everyones leaving – Where Did I Go Right? by Hilary Duff
  • berating Bobby heard Mr. Kincaid berating Duke.
  • briefing
  • obviating It was the other day he said to myself, 'If you can relieve destitution without too much parade of its sufferings, you are not only obviating the vulgar display of rich benevolence, but you are inculcating high sentiments and delicacy of feeling in those that are relieved.
  • riveting
  • Abbreviating "Morning, sir," said Silence, abbreviating the "good."
  • Abdicating The gnomes-who formed the Opposition Party-had turned disloyal and wanted a republic; whereupon the King, hurt in his dignity, insisted upon abdicating.
  • Abetting If it were known that I was aiding or abetting you in the enterprise you have in hand, my life would not be worth a rush.
  • Abnegating "No, I'll be hanged if I am," protested the abnegating Peckover.
  • Abrading
  • Abridging I may possibly be thought to proceed too far in abridging history of so many heroic personages, upon whose names antiquity has impressed a reverence; and whose mighty actions have never been disputed.
  • Abrogating Mr. Spatt, cheered by the new opportunity for conversation, and in his eagerness abrogating all rules, explained how he had been in London on the previous day for a performance of Strauss's Elektra, and according to his custom had called at the offices of the Suffragette Union to see whether he could in any manner aid the cause.
  • Aerating
  • Aggrieving
  • Arbitrating
  • Breasting
  • Brevetting
  • Fabricating
  • breading
  • amples