What is the correct spelling for AMAGING?

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Correct spellings for AMAGING

  • aging "This is aging me terribly," Philippa declared, throwing herself back into her seat.
  • amazing "This is too amazing ," said she; "I thought myself the sole possessor of that mysterious word-for I had never written it down, laying it up in my memory-and I am sure I have never told anyone of it."
  • amusing I think it might be amusing to read them when my cold weather in India is a thing of the past.
  • damaging "Now the fines and forfeits exacted by the King of Youth during his festival were always paid in wine-a pail of wine apiece from the newest married couple in the Viscounty, a pail of wine from anyone proved to have cut or plucked so much as a leaf from the great elm-tree in the place, a pail for damaging the Maypole, or stumbling in the dance, or hindering any of the processions.
  • emerging Emerging from the woods in front of him came a strong battle-line followed by others.
  • imagine As it is, I leave you to imagine both.
  • imaging
  • making You told me about her and all the plans you're making, Lost in the woods with two crumbs for taking. – Bury My Head by Kate Walsh
  • Amassing To effect this doctrine, the United States Army Air Corps would be required to expend the majority of its resources in amassing a fleet of self-defending heavy bombers, and in the training and maintenance of a great number of airmen to fill aircrew and ground crew positions.
  • Awaking Peggy's first act on awaking was to gaze out of the window, beneath which some fine trees grew. Now there is just no mistaking I'm a woman just awaking – Mr. Lady by Lunachicks
  • breakoff