What is the correct spelling for BRINIGNG?

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Correct spellings for BRINIGNG

  • blinking The unknown continued to stare at him, blinking with his eyes, and then rubbed his brow with his hand.
  • bragging Afterwards he wanted to add that even if Medinet should be closer to the regions overrun by the insurgents, he, of course, would be there with his short rifle; but recalling that for similar bragging he sometimes received a sharp reproof from his father, he became silent.
  • branding More dominant, however, as the weeks passed and the branding went on, became the desire to accumulate property-cattle.
  • bringing He quickly came, and after an hour's hard work succeeded in bringing Delbier around all right.
  • browning I admire Browning , who, in my opinion, is one of the greatest of English poets.
  • drinking A half dozen blocks were covered, and the old gymnast and his two companions turned into a low-looking drinking resort.
  • ranging The other inside wall held a very fair collection of hats, ranging from the cheap sun-defence of the field laborer to the old-time aristocrat's head-piece of tortoise-shell ornamented with silver.
  • Braining The ground was hardly less rough than the open hillside, and being in shadow, he could not see to guide his horse, with the result that now and again the animal would crash right into a bush, or stumble and slide over the roots of a tree, at the same time nearly braining his rider against a limb of the same.
  • Bricking "The roar of the cannon and the gleam of swords," wrote that brilliant apostle of outdoor life, Dr. W. H. H. Murray, "is less significant than the destruction of New England homesteads, the bricking up of New England fireplaces and the doing away with the New England well-sweep; for these show a change in the nature of the circulation itself, and prove that the action of the popular heart has been interrupted, modified and become altogether different from what it was."
  • Bridging Where the money was to come from, and how far even ten thousand dollars would go in bridging over the crisis, even should he succeed in raising so large a sum, were the questions which caused him the most anxiety.
  • Bronzing If, however, the cortex is invaded, as happens most often in the classical tuberculosis of the adrenals which drew the attention of the Englishman Addison to them, then a darkening of the skin, which may go on to a negroid bronzing, follows.
  • Bunging She had had the last word, at all events, and an optic-bunging one too.
  • Wronging How do you know you are not wronging me?
  • braking That was Latham's last conscious thought as he surged against the Jovian's braking body; his fingers clung tenaciously, his last ebbing strength carried them both over the edge.
  • bonging At what hour would you suggest bonging the bell?
  • brisking In the direction of the kitchens, men were brisking up burning coals with fans amid tattered garments and scattered hair, and a smell of burning flesh was perceptible.
  • banging Banging his glass against the table with such force that it flew into splinters, he went out.

47 words made from the letters BRINIGNG