What is the correct spelling for ABSOING?

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Correct spellings for ABSOING

  • abating But this was clearly not the reason, and he could only fancy that now his mother's anxiety as to his father's state was in some degree abating , she was beginning to feel the loss of her father and brothers all the more.
  • abiding In such a society it is hard to talk about natural emotions, and deep and abiding and disinterested affections.
  • absorbing That was the all-absorbing question of the town.
  • assign He can at any time claim to move a vote of want of confidence, and within reasonable limits the leader of the House will always assign a day for the purpose.
  • basin They got upon the stone basin , lifted off her head, and threw a stone down to hear how much water there was in the well.
  • easing He leaned back a little upon his rock, caught up a knee in his clasped hands, thus easing the ache in his side, and set his eyes to meet hers searchingly.
  • Abasing Whatever the cause, Mr. Middleton could not look upon feminine unhappiness with composure and here where he was himself responsible, he was indeed smitten with keen remorse and hastening to comfort her, gathered her into his arms and there he was abasing and condemning himself and telling her what a dear, nice girl she was-and kissing away her tears.
  • Abashing The Matron's answer went near to abashing her; for the Matron turned out to be not only a Christian woman, as challenged, but an extremely tender-hearted one.
  • Abusing I found the old gentleman looking just as I had left him three years before, complaining a little of gout in the left foot-praising his old specific, port-wine-abusing his servants for robbing him-and drinking the Duke of Wellington's health every night after supper; which meal I had much pleasure in surprising him at on my arrival-not having eaten since my departure from London.
  • Basing It is, of course, extremely sad that reality takes such an immoral way, but just here is the field where the reformers ought to keep their eyes wide open, instead of basing their appeals on illusory constructions about social conditions which do not exist.
  • Bossing Hugh tries to dodge work; wherever he goes he finds Mr. Toil in one guise or another but always with the same harsh voice and the same frowning eyes, bossing some job in a manner which would cost him his boss-ship right off the reel in these times when union labor is so touchy.
  • busing

192 words made from the letters ABSOING