What is the correct spelling for CONTININUING?

This word (Contininuing) may be misspelled. Below you can find the suggested words which we believe are the correct spellings for what you were searching for. If you click on the links, you can find more information about these words.

Click here to check the spelling and grammar

Correct spellings for CONTININUING

  • condemning Miss Donny's school is one of the schools in which Dickens was approving, not condemning.
  • condensing Leavitt's Peat-condensing and Moulding Mill.
  • conditioning But since I wasn't very well known in Washington at that time, and since I wasn't personally acquainted with my congressmen, I didn't ask them for an air conditioning unit.
  • contending You may be sure that we are as well aware as you of the difficulty of contending against your power and fortune, unless the terms be equal.
  • continence With this view of moral evolution I am in entire accord; but I would ask whether the evolution has not reached a stage where a gradual relaxation of the disciplinary measures by which chastity is insured might be safely allowed without any danger of lowering the high standard of continence which is general in Ireland and which of course it is of supreme importance to maintain.
  • continent Too bad they're fighting all over the continent of Europe.
  • continuance Even in times of peace I suppose it would be remembered years hence because of its intensity of cold and continuance.
  • continuation Then it became immediately apparent that on either side of this great mountain the continuation of the down right and left remained still at its former level.
  • continuing The great error is made of continuing to follow these primitive paths with our public highways.
  • Containing Place the jars in a moderate oven, in a baking dish containing about an inch or two of hot water.
  • Contemning If we pay this attention to them, in one instance, what good reason is there for contemning them in another?
  • Countenancing He is right, for assuredly the poor intellectual abuses of the time want countenancing now as much as ever, but so far as he countenances them, he should bear in mind that he is returning to the ground of common sense, and should not therefore hold himself too stiffly in the matter of logic.
  • contenting But she thought better of it, and contenting herself with muttering the word 'Impertinent' put on her mask with fingers which trembled, I fancy, not a little.