What is the correct spelling for ARGUIING?

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Correct spellings for ARGUIING

  • acquiring This is now acknowledged to be the only profitable method of acquiring knowledge, whether as regards self-instruction or learning at school.
  • again He must never see her again .
  • aging Dr. Kramer's serene aging white-bearded face was mirrored on the grey-tinted screen.
  • agreeing At the zenith of my interpretation and rending of the masters I was also enrolled in college, but even my best friends on the faculty were unanimous in agreeing I was not both a student and a piano player.
  • arguing But they're always arguing among themselves."
  • arjuna The Parthian ambassador had expressly dwelt on this when he delivered Arjuna to Caesar as a gift from his king.
  • arming Further, the cry of Protestant liberties in danger, the cause of Protestants who conducted their arming to the accompaniment of hymns and prayer, made inevitably a searching appeal to the feelings of an island kingdom where the prejudice against Roman Catholics is more instinctive than anywhere else in the world.
  • raging Raging winds Floating froth.
  • urging He left a letter for Headland, urging him to ask for leave, and to come directly to Texford.
  • Auguring "Guy having heard of their mistake, and auguring well to himself from this evidence of their disposition, no sooner heard of their arrival in Paris, than he came over here and got introduced to them.
  • Egging "You were the cause of what happened at Barbazon's last night,"-he smiled evilly-"you are egging on the roughs to break up the Orange funeral to-day; and there is all the rest you know so well."
  • Ragging The prisoners, on the other hand, were prepared to risk a good deal for the sake of demonstrating how little they cared for German discipline, and for the sake of keeping up their own spirits, but most especially just for the fun of ragging the hated Bosche.
  • irking
  • arcing Its resistance fell, the arcing decreased; the beam became orange and finally green.
  • Aquino Near the peaks of Monte Cassino and Monte Aquino is that of Monte Cairo, five thousand five hundred feet high, from whose summit one of the finest views of all southern Europe is attained.
  • barging

145 words made from the letters ARGUIING