What is the correct spelling for ASURRING?

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Correct spellings for ASURRING

  • acquiring This did not prevent the various members of a family, for example, from each acquiring the full limit.
  • adoring Turning her head slightly she looked up at the portrait of the man above her-looked upon almost the very lineaments of him whom at that very moment her young heart was adoring : the fine features, the blue eyes, the level brows, the firm curving lips, the abundant brown hair.
  • airing But it is pleasant, occasionally, to take an airing beyond the bounds of incredulity.
  • alluring They listened to him with a passionate eagerness which suggested how alluring was the dream which he proposed to wrest out of the arena of visions.
  • asking She looked up at Jan's step, asking eagerly, "Well, did you like it?
  • aspirin It was balanced to a microgram-to a millionth of the combined weight of three aspirin tablets.
  • aspiring For, although at this time the ambition of the individual was not fully gratified, enough was effected to encourage the reckless and aspiring .
  • asserting I have no hesitation in asserting that an English cutter is a match for any of them, and a French privateer has, before now, proved that she was superior.
  • assuming At the rate at which your pony gets over the ground, there is a fair chance, in spite of the time we have lost, of my being there as soon as she is-assuming that she leaves by the first train, up or down, that passes."
  • assuring On the way, Don Antonio told Don Juan that he had promised the unknown not to suffer any one to see her; assuring her that he only would enter the room, until she should herself permit the approach of others.
  • assyrian One part of the Assyrian army he allowed to enter unmolested; when a sufficient number seemed to have reached the plains he attacked them and drove them back to the nearest mountains; about 100,000 Assyrian s were slain.
  • earring
  • erring I shall not be able to stay, but just for half an hour;' and then she sat down and quietly and patiently pointed out how an erring passage ought to be played.
  • measuring
  • soaring
  • souring
  • unerring He had, throughout the day, marked, with unerring acuteness, every look, every variation of feature, of those with whom he had made a point of conversing when they visited the palace; and many, who fancied that they had outwitted him, had but the more completely betrayed themselves.
  • Accruing The highway was built to fulfil the promise which the Government had made in 1802 to use a portion of the money accruing from the sale of public lands in Ohio in order to connect that young State with Atlantic waters.
  • Assaying
  • Assorting It was now a quarter of an hour mayhap, since I had made any chopping noise, because I had been assorting my spars, and tying them in bundles, instead of plying the bill-hook; and the gentle tinkle of the stream was louder than my doings.
  • Assuaging
  • Attiring Then came a great deal of amusement in attiring Andrew.
  • Auguring
  • Averring Their adversaries denied it, averring that, as a class, they were "contented and happy."
  • Insuring
  • Inuring
  • Occurring
  • Searing
  • Siring
  • Ushering Deeper things than men know were seeing to that ushering, and by nothing less miraculous than a birth was I going to be delivered from the body of that haggard death.
  • Usurping
  • ensuring
  • arcing
  • armoring

263 words made from the letters ASURRING