What is the correct spelling for CORMING?

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Correct spellings for CORMING

  • arming The truce was a time of waiting; waiting and arming for battle.
  • booming The morning broke in one sheet of pale yellow behind the green hills, and the booming stopped with the first ray, as though the light had been an order.
  • calming What passion we impute to her changes, what apathy of a satisfying calming sort to her decline!
  • caring This interest will soon be extended, until, in a very few years, the children will add new and beautiful plants to the home collection and assume the responsibility of caring for all of them.
  • carmine The females, however, are much more modest in their plumage, being ash-colored above, with a trace of carmine behind their heads and upon their upper tail coverts, and sometimes tinged with greenish-yellow beneath.
  • carping Because you drummed nothing but money and knavery into their ears from the time they wore knickerbockers; because you carped away at them as you've been carping here tonight, holding our friends Phelps and Elder up to them for their models, as our grandfathers held up George Washington and John Adams.
  • carting
  • carving
  • charming
  • coating
  • coaxing
  • coding
  • coiling And it seemed to him as if he were flinging his hands, the hands of a brave man and a martyr and a hero, around the beast; and, while the stormy sea, the sky, which was churned into billows by the contortions of the beast, bore him up and up and up, he fought and wrestled with the ever more violently writhing and coiling beast; and the beast humped its way through the sombre universe of clouds, shooting out its thousands of feet; its head was now here, now there; its tail flicked now high, now low; the beast lashed earth and sky; the beast became one vast, dizzying whirl, with town, spires, roofs and chimney-stacks all whirling in it; the bed which was a coffin was now here, now there, now high, now low; and he fought and wrestled and twisted round the beast and the beast round him; and he would not let himself be conquered by the beast.
  • combing
  • coming
  • common
  • commune
  • cooing
  • cooking
  • cooling
  • corking All she knew was that he made a corking job of her embroidery frame and so one day when some Georgia gentlemen were there at dinner and were telling how hard it was to get the seeds out of cotton she up and said, 'You should ask Mr. Whitney how to do it; he can do anything,' and to prove it she toted out her embroidery frame to show them.
  • coursing
  • courting
  • cowling
  • cowman
  • cumin
  • curling
  • cursing
  • curving
  • farming
  • foaming
  • gaming
  • goring
  • gumming
  • homing
  • jamming
  • warming
  • Carding
  • Chiming
  • Coaling
  • Cocking
  • Codding
  • Coercing
  • Dooming
  • Forming
  • Gorging
  • Harming
  • Looming
  • Roaming
  • Rooming
  • Terming
  • Worming
  • curbing
  • coping
  • curing
  • Coining
  • Conning
  • Cooping
  • Cording
  • Coring
  • Corning
  • Cowing
  • Carmen
  • Corina
  • Corine
  • Corrine
  • copping
  • comings
  • firming
  • zooming
  • coning
  • doming
  • cowmen
  • coking
  • auto-graphing
  • dis-sever
  • environment-friendly
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