What is the correct spelling for CAKLING?

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Correct spellings for CAKLING

  • calling I said to him, calling Richard by the name he's been goin' by, I said, 'Whaur's Robert Kater?
  • cling Annie Dorris made no other answer than to cling closer to her husband, and Tug regarded them with apparent pleasure.
  • crackling They neared the end of the crackling , red line, and as Kent swung in behind it upon the burned ground, he saw several men beating steadily at the flames.
  • scaling In fancy we watched the hordes of frenzied Turks storming the high walls of Fort St. Elmo, hastening up the scaling ladders by scores.
  • tackling Reading The business man who goes along day by day without taking on any responsibilities or without tackling more difficult problems, finds he does not progress.
  • Cabling She and Max Elliot were perpetually cabling to each other across the Atlantic, and Max was seriously thinking of imitating Margot Drake and "running over" to New York on the Lusitania.
  • Cackling He sees plenty of fowls, and geese, and turkeys, gobbling and cackling about the farmyards, and can perhaps after awhile faintly perceive that they are the perquisites of the ladies of the tenants' households, who drive him a very hard bargain.
  • Caging Only the wholesome dread caging.
  • Cajoling "I am not speaking to you as Colette King," she replied with a look half cajoling, half flippant, "but as a teacher in the Young Woman's Auxiliary Guild to the rector of St. Mark's.
  • Caking The majority of the paddlers were so exhausted that they dropped in the canoes and had to be thrown ashore, where they lay inert, their backs, bloody with the urgent bayonet pricks, caking in the sun.
  • Calking The best way is to use four-inch cast iron pipe, calking all joints with oakum and lead.
  • Carlin "Oh-" came from Carlin .
  • Coaling The other end sought by the war-makers is markets for manufactured products, and control of trade routes, coaling stations and cables necessary to the building up of foreign trade.
  • caulking Then once more he used the caulking , driving it in all about the place where the skiff had been struck.
  • coking Of household coal there is only 96 square miles out of the total 750, all the remainder being steam or coking and gas coal.

112 words made from the letters CAKLING

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