What is the correct spelling for AWAINING?

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Correct spellings for AWAINING

  • awakening When the song was ended, she opened her eyes and looked about her, as one awakening in a strange place.
  • awarding The public peered, puzzled, shook its sapient head, shrugged its authoritative shoulders, and sundry criticisms crept into the journals; but the prophet was judged in "his own country"; and home work, according to universal canons, rarely finds favor among home awarding committees, whose dulness its uncomprehended excellence affronts.
  • awing The boatman now began to whisper something into the ear of the lad who was still "ee-awing" at his side, and a moment later the lad unfastened a little boat which lay by the side of the big one, and with the end of the boat-hook shoved himself cleverly off towards the river-bank.
  • awning An awning and carpet should be spread from curb to steps.
  • waning "For he who has been instructed thus far in the things of love, and who has learned to see the beautiful in due order and succession, when he comes toward the end will suddenly perceive a nature of wondrous beauty-and this, Socrates, is that final cause of all our former toils, which in the first place is everlasting-not growing and decaying, or waxing and waning ; in the next place not fair in one point of view and foul in another, .
  • warning Soames had given warning of traps and close hunting.
  • weaning The operation and the weaning together may temporarily check the growth of the animal.
  • whining No whining ; no "me mother's dead, sir, an' I ain't had nothin' to eat all day," etc.
  • winning You fellows are no use to me-not if I were winning all along the line."
  • Attaining Stipe long and slender, smooth, shining and black, rising from a thin hypothallus; the columella short cylindric, variable in length, but not attaining the center of the sporangium.
  • Awaiting As his personal-adjutant and keeper of his secrets I had been awaiting him for hours.
  • Awaking All of them were noble and good, sparkling with merry wit, full of eagerness to do little friendly services; golden souls, each awaking a new hope and bringing a new delight.
  • Owning Many come desirous of owning homes, a pleasure out of reach in their home country on account of high prices.
  • Winging They had fallen upon their knees, all of them, and for a quarter of an hour-according to Torquato-you could have heard a fly winging in the great church.
  • Twining In walking beside the meadow brooks, not everywhere, but in localities where these reptiles are common, every now and then you may see a snake strike off from the shore and swim across, twining in and out the stems of the green flags till he reaches the aquatic grass on the mud and disappears among it.
  • wining
  • changings
  • dis-enchant

87 words made from the letters AWAINING