What is the correct spelling for DRAAWING?

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Correct spellings for DRAAWING

  • daring "Ah, M. Safrac, you brought to bear on all questions that daring vision which nothing dazzles.
  • darwin None of them were handsome; the old man was so monkey-like-he would have charmed the heart of Professor Darwin .
  • dragging It must be a passion for winning men; not driving nor dragging , drawing.
  • drain Some intelligent being among us thought that a trench dug all along the centre of the battery would drain off all the surplus water, unfortunately the trench had closed ends and once it was filled the ground again became a miniature lake but now with an additional hazard; if you didn't watch your step you would be up to your knee in water as you put your foot in the trench.
  • draining The actual firing trenches and the dug-outs there are mostly dry by comparison, except where the accumulated task of draining them has been gaining on some regiment which garrisons them, and the rear of the line is a morass of foul-smelling clay.
  • drawing I'm glad this isn't my drawing -room.
  • drawling This child answered their jibes in an amiable, silly, drawling tone which seemed to justify the epithet 'Loony,' frequently applied to him.
  • drawn The plans are drawn .
  • dreaming "That's for dreaming about me," he ses.
  • drowsing Bud Lee for a moment lost sight of the rows of rude shanties, the drowsing saddle-ponies, the street-lamps, and saw only the vision of a girl.
  • rowing Two days after we dropped out of Benton, they had abruptly "jumped" an unfinished job and put off after us in a skiff, rowing all day and most of the night in order to overtake us.
  • Draping As the sultry hours have passed, and a chill breeze blows from the outside ocean, they have thrust their heads through the central slits of their cloaks-these being mangas-leaving the circular skirts to droop down below their knees-while draping back, cavalry fashion, over the hips of their horses.
  • Dreading The housekeeper, seeing these preparations began to tremble,-Cornelia, dreading some fearful result was in grievous terror,-Don Juan and Don Antonio alone preserved their coolness.
  • Drowning Anne held it as if she was drowning, as if her life depended on not letting it go.
  • Drying In drying it shrinks and becomes tight and smooth upon the rubber covering with which the drums are provided.
  • Redrawing Following the 2002 redrawing of ward boundaries, parts of Faraday and Livesey wards that were part of North Southwark and Bermondsey transferred to Camberwell and Peckham.
  • drawings Drawings by Elizabeth Rice.
  • trowing
  • trawling
  • strawing

244 words made from the letters DRAAWING

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