What is the correct spelling for CAMPOING?

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Correct spellings for CAMPOING

  • campaign Passing over the details of the brief campaign , we touch only on those points which affected the subsequent movements of the whites.
  • camping A Camping Trip 1. Does the interest of this story lie more in the nature or out-of-doors setting, or in the action or plot?
  • carping And no audience ever listen with any profit to a man when they come in the spirit of carping criticism, or of cold admiration, or of stolid indifference.
  • composing But the positions of the units composing them do not.
  • jumping They were jumping from low altitude and there was no time for free falling.
  • Capping As a result of this peculiar condition, the entire lava capping in the canyon was split into small fragments, each fragment fitting exactly into its appointed place, the whole forming a marvelous piece of natural mosaic that could only have been designed by the Master Artist.
  • Champing The Duchess, however, being now armed with the King's express commands, and having had enough of holding the reins while such powerful and restive personages were "champing the bit," insisted privately that the Cardinal should make his immediate departure known.
  • Clamping It had surged back before the applause had died away, the moment he had released his mind from the clamping resolution of his purpose, springing upon him like a cunning enemy who had dogged him in the shadow.
  • Damping I knew that what he said was true, but I found it damping.
  • Tamping
  • Vamping
  • Cramping The cramping of the mental powers of women, or the attempting to cramp them, lest they might claim equal advantages with the other half of the race, will be classed-and justly so-with the cramping of women's feet by the Chinese, lest they might claim and exercise the liberty of walking the streets at pleasure, as their husbands do.

249 words made from the letters CAMPOING