What is the correct spelling for AMKING?

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Correct spellings for AMKING

  • aging Remember that the high places, now filled by men whom the years are aging , must by and by be filled by men now young.
  • akin Martin looked upon them with something akin to despair, although he determined to do the best he could to instruct them.
  • amazing To be thinking was amazing .
  • amusing Something kept them on shore; probably, finding the calm continue, they were carrying out their intentions of amusing themselves.
  • arming He procured from the War Department an order placing 5,000 stands of arms at the disposal of Lyon for arming "the loyal citizens"-the Home Guards-and requested orders by telegraph for Capt.
  • asking 5362. But I am asking you what you got in cash at settlement?
  • imaging The diagnosis cannot be made on clinical grounds alone and in general medical imaging and possibly a lumbar puncture is required to confirm or exclude bleeding.
  • making Oh, baby, please just take me back I don't want to be in love, but you're makin' me Let me up, I've had enough Girl, you're breakin' me – Breakin' Me by Jonny Lang
  • marking
  • smoking He rode rapidly through the city and spoke to no one, but when he reached his Grandfather Van Heemskirk's house, he saw him leaning over the half-door smoking his pipe.
  • Aiming Part of the difficulty in learning self-hypnosis is that the subject is aiming at a state of mind in which he has no experience.
  • Among Not among all you.
  • Awaking After awaking, it was some time before I could think of where I was; but on stretching out my arms, I was reminded of my situation: on every side the wooden walls of my prison were within reach, and I could touch them with my fingers all around.
  • Eking They did what they could, eking out their scanty earnings by eel-fishing on the marshes, and occasionally snaring a few wild fowl.
  • Inking The inking-slab was rolled afresh for each impression, and, after each, the thumb was cleansed with petrol and thoroughly dried; and when the process was completed and the prisoner led back to the dock, the twenty squares on the paper were occupied by twenty thumb-prints, which, to my eye, at any rate, were identical in character.
  • irking

62 words made from the letters AMKING