What is the correct spelling for AWIATING?
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Correct spellings for AWIATING
- abating The ships are all doing as well as possible; the fever on board the Defence fast abating, and the wounded in Bellerophon, Majestic, and Minotaur daily recovering.
- acting All that matters to me is that my poor work should be helped to success by music and scenery, acting and singing.
- awarding It is probable that the general had had previous dealings with the British, and therefore possessed a sense of humour so rare to the Teuton, for he passed on without awarding the expected punishment.
- awing Thy will is chaste, it is thy fancy only Which hath polluted thee-and innocence, It will not let itself be driven away From that world-awing aspect.
- eating Then, being hungry, he fell to eating in silence.
- sweating Been working hard has he, sweating over the music?
- unwitting And now when she looked into the eyes of this young giant, whose fate had rested on her all unwitting words, she resolved to save him.
- wading In his wet-weather mood it seemed to him entirely absurd and unworthy to be wading through an East Prussian farmyard mess in pouring rain, beneath an umbrella, in order to sit with a woman.
- waiting She had not seen him, but she was waiting.
- wetting She stood looking across the bottom until it came in sheets, wetting her to the skin and shutting out everything a few yards away.
- whiting Will picked out a small brill and a whiting or two, with a good-sized sole that had been left.
- Twitting He began by twitting me for a Whig, and presently he said: 'But we have gained one convert, Miss Swain, who sees the error of his ways.