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Correct spellings for GUIDIN

  • coding
  • din Dazed by the din, the bear made for the kitchen.
  • gain I think we gain in them all.
  • garden Do you like the garden?
  • gelding He can take the gray gelding; for we may ride fast.
  • giddy She felt a little giddy.
  • gilding There is a magnificent opera house near the Grand Hotel, whose vast exterior is ornamented with beautiful statuary, medallions, gilding and other rich decorations.
  • gin But that's exactly what they did do and as soon as Mr. Whitney and Mr. Miller who was helping him got wise to the fact, they locked the new cotton gin up.
  • giving He knew that he had the time, and it did not seem easy to refuse without giving an excuse, which he did not have.
  • gliding Allie saw or imagined she saw gliding forms black against the pale gloom.
  • goading Across the patch a barred gate led to fields of pasture, and some of the boys on the safe side of the fence were goading a great red bull into a state of frenzy.
  • golding
  • gordian By no other possible means could the Gordian knot be cut, and both Bessie and her old uncle be saved.
  • grading
  • grin
  • guardian
  • guiana
  • guidance
  • guide
  • guided
  • guideline
  • guiding
  • gulden The gentleman shut to the door at length, without having seen anything strange inside it; and then he talked long and low with the tradesmen, and, as his accent was different from that which August was used to, the child could distinguish little that he said, except the name of the king and the word "gulden" again and again.
  • gun
  • hiding
  • odin When, at sunrise, Odin saw them, he exclaimed, 'Who are these long-bearded people?
  • quid
  • quin "No, you little unnatural monster," replied Quin.
  • quoin "Might 'ave been a stowaway, yer know," I heard Quoin, the one who had suggested it before, remark to one of the A.B's named Stubbins-a short, rather surly-looking chap.
  • riding
  • siding
  • Aiding
  • Biding
  • Gadding Which is better: to stay quietly at home, and do your duty, and grow up, and be eaten in a pie at Thanksgiving, or go gadding all over the garden, and climbing fences, and everything?
  • Gibing
  • Gide
  • Girding
  • Girting
  • Guider
  • Gutting
  • Guying
  • Jading
  • Kidding
  • Quieting
  • Quitting
  • Tiding
  • Gideon
  • Goodwin
  • Gordon
  • Quinn
  • Cardin
  • guides
  • guarding
  • gusting
  • kiting
  • gating
  • quoiting
  • amounted to be asked
  • be confident of
  • grows dull
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