What is the correct spelling for GWOING?

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Correct spellings for GWOING

  • bowing Once, however, when he had been called to General Lee's tent, two young girls waylaid him, paralysed him with smiles and questions, and then jumped into their carriage and drove off rapidly, leaving him there, cap in hand, bowing , blushing, speechless.
  • gawain
  • glowing
  • going Where are you going , colonel?
  • goring Long night-gowns are best cut a little goring .
  • growing The summers would come and go, and we still be here, with our children growing about us, to inherit the place and the name, such as it was.
  • owing It was, however, an hour late, owing to the storm.
  • rowing They rowed that evening; the next came, and with it the necessity of rowing again.
  • wing His position was to be the Right Wing of the army.
  • wooing Rather, in the wooing of sweet Content to-day, are we making a home for her in our hearts, where she may dwell for all time to come-yea, forever and forever."
  • Cawing The rooks stopped cawing in the golden sky, and the friendly hour lost, for the minute, all its voice.
  • Jawing Her brother gave the foreman, Corcoran, a jawing because he got too fresh with one of the girls.
  • Lowing It was already dusk when we reached the outskirts of the village, where we were at once spied by a young man who was driving in the lowing herd.
  • Mowing For all the world like a steam-launch's engine-mowing 'em down all the time.
  • Towing His next move was to order his steward to dish up supper, and when it was ready he sent word to the midshipman to come down and have a bite; but, although the brig was towing at the stern of the Sumter and there was not the smallest chance for her to escape, the officer would not trust himself within reach of the skipper and his mates.
  • Vowing She heard me, her eyes sparkling, and at times she clapped her hands with a glee that was almost childish, vowing that this was splendid, that was brave.
  • Cowing
  • Sowing
  • Gwen
  • gowning
  • wowing

38 words made from the letters GWOING