What is the correct spelling for CARRYOING?

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  • caring But the ladies keep staring Boi you know I ain't caring – Sneaky by Jhene
  • caroling
  • carrion Then I did go for to open it, but the place outside was full of emptiness, and 'twas they old carrion crows what did talk to I out of the storm.
  • crayon Miss Linderham, taking one long, careful glance at herself, looking over her shoulder in the tall mirror, and not caring to touch her wealth of hair, picked up her crayon and began making the sketch of the striking man even worse than it was before.
  • crying "It's a baby crying," said Pen.
  • jarring In the idea of that solar extinction there are extraordinary imaginative possibilities, and M. Tarde must have exercised considerable restraint to prevent their running away with him and so jarring with the ironical lightness of his earlier passages.
  • quarrying However, minor differences in structure, texture, and composition, or in costs of quarrying and transportation, may make all the difference between profit and loss.
  • scurrying It is a weapon that will, if continuously, and consistently and faithfully used, bring a money-loving nation, like Japan to her knees, and send her finally, scurrying like a whipped cur, with her tail between her legs back home where she belongs.
  • Arraying He then introduces Anthony Benezet, a member of the society of Friends, and Granville Sharp, an English philanthropist, "blowing the single horn of human liberty and the natural equality of mankind against the institution of slavery, practised from time immemorial by all nations, ancient and modern; supported by the denunciation of the traffic in slaves by the popular writers both in France and England,-by Locke, Addison, and Sterne, as well as by Raynal, Rousseau, Montesquieu, and Voltaire; succeeded by the association of Thomas Clarkson and two or three Englishmen together, for the purpose of arraying the power of the British empire for the total abolition of slavery throughout the earth."
  • Carrying He'll do some wild thing about carrying her off.
  • Harrying The Swedes, who had at first professed well, gradually went into plunder, roving, harrying, at their own will; and a melancholy time they made of it for Friedrich Wilhelm and his People.
  • Marrying She's a sensible girl, too sensible to dream that I should think of marrying her now.
  • Parrying I drew mine, and we had scarcely crossed swords when he thrust, and I parrying rushed in and ran him through and through.
  • Tarrying Thereon my Lord, as if in wonder, said: "Do thou conduct us thither, where thou sayest That we can take delight in tarrying."
  • Crayoning
  • Currying
  • graying
  • auto-graphing
  • dis-uniting