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Correct spellings for EEVENING

  • avenging When Shields rushed boldly up the valley of the South Fork it seemed that an opportunity of avenging Kernstown was about to offer.
  • becoming husband and wife
  • deafening On one side of her were shooting-galleries making a deafening noise, and on the other were all manner of contrivances for making money.
  • Earning It had left him no need for a great earning capacity.
  • Evading "You're evading the original subject," he suggested, a little later.
  • evening The little man said, "Good evening, sir."
  • evenings In the same moment, he realized that Whiteside was closed tight on Sunday evenings.
  • Evincing The Professor tried, by evincing interest, ignorance, and incredulity, and even indignation, to encourage the gorilla to say more; but to his disappointment, all the more intense after having exchanged that one word of conversation with one of the beasts, the gorilla only repeated what it had said, and beat on the cage again.
  • Evoking The pure adrenalin was isolated, capable of evoking all the reactions of the impure adrenal extract mixtures.
  • governing Yet these men and their officers dotted the coast-line with their discoveries, and by what they wrought in the direction of sea exploration more than made up for what they lacked in the art of civil governing.
  • leavening All kinds of leavening matter have, however, been, and are still used in different parts of the world: in the East Indies, "toddy," which is a liquor that flows from the wounded cocoa-nut tree; and, in the West Indies, "dunder," or the refuse of the distillation of rum.
  • livening
  • opening I did not answer him for a moment; for I was not sure if he were very wise or very foolish in opening upon it again.
  • ravening "But, Mamma," she would say, "I hate to call your friends names, but really he's a perfect scamp, and underneath all his fine manners he is no better than a wolf ravening for rich young lambs!"
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