What is the correct spelling for DRAWNG?
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Correct spellings for DRAWNG
- dank The rider's cloak was already soaked through, and soon even his shirt clung dank and cold to his aching back; the bridle was slippery with the wet, and his numbed fingers could hardly feel its resistance as the mare went stumbling on her way. Haar parfum verdoezeld de stank Geleerd van de Fransen, met dank – The American dream (Dutch) by Miss Saigon Soundtrack
- daring I hope you don't mind my staring I don't mind, cause your face looks so kind Seldom you'll find someone so daring – Please Pardon Me by Chaka Khan
- drag Better that you should leave me-I shall only drag you lower."
- dragging She arose with him, dragging at his arm.
- dragon The green dragon of Wantley!
- drain The dye-liquor may penetrate thoroughly throughout the fabric, but if the piece of wool be lifted out, and allowed to drain, nearly all the liquor will drain away, and leave the wool nearly if not quite white, showing that the dye-stuff in the form in which it is sold has no affinity for the wool fibre.
- drainage Drainage is hardly more essential to any other crop than this.
- drawing "Mr Dale," said she, drawing herself up, "will not fear to meet you."
- drawn On no account let the air be drawn over.
- drink I am about to take my first drink of spirits in five years.
- drown I thought I'd drown, away out here, alone.
- drug It was like the temptation of a drug-to strike just once, and thereafter to be raised above himself, take to himself the power of evil which is greater than the power of good.
- dung We purchased a quantity of dung from the natives and made a fire in the morning.
- Dang Da Quan Wu Bai (Chinese: 大泉五百; pinyin: dàquán wǔbǎi; literally: "Large Coin Five Hundred")Da Quan Dang Qian (Chinese: 大泉當千; pinyin: dàquán dāng qiān; literally: "Large Coin Worth a Thousand")Da Quan Er Qian (Chinese: 大泉二千; pinyin: dàquán èrqiān; literally