What is the correct spelling for EVERNING?
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Correct spellings for EVERNING
- avenging It was certain that it was a relative of "Snow" Gregory who was called Jack o' Judgment and who had taken upon himself the task of avenging the man's death.
- averting But as they had not met since the rising of the sun, he did not fail to make the orthodox greeting at the exact moment that the chief's shadow passed in front of him, which Zalu Zako returned punctiliously, thereby averting an evil omen.
- evening The evening was drawing on when he told us that we were not far from where he expected to find them.
- governing Failing the acceptance of this solution, the Prime Minister saw nothing for it but to summon a representative body of Irishmen to suggest the best means of governing their own country.
- leavening More of separating wheat from tares, than of leavening lumps.
- ravening They fall often as victims to the ravening ambition of a single man.
- Averring His friends volunteered their services to protect him, but he declined receiving their aid, averring that he had no fears of any violation of the laws by men who had made such sacrifices as the whigs had made for the right of self-government, and that he could and would protect himself, if, contrary to his expectations, it should become necessary.
- Earning They may give man until he has made some earning by his fishing; but unless it is a case where they know it can be paid back again by the man otherwise, they will not give it.
- Evincing She and her friends were looking over a photograph album, and Ned was left with Mr. Cronin to talk to him as best he could; for it was difficult to talk to this hard, grizzled man, knowing nothing about the war in Cuba nor evincing any interest in America.
- evenings No; but she expected, and being all alone evenings is what she isn't used to."
- becoming husband and wife