What is the correct spelling for HEARNING?

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Correct spellings for HEARNING

  • darning "If we needed it, we've received it," Abby ejaculated, as she pushed her darning -ball into the foot of a stocking.
  • harding "Hello, Harding ," he said without turning around.
  • heading
  • healing He was obliged to repeat the operation, and feared that she would want strength to support her through the healing process.
  • hearing I am sure that Mother Scudamore runs me down, when I am out of hearing .
  • heartening One of the most heartening events of the year in the international field has been the renaissance of the French people and the return of the French Nation to the ranks of the United Nations.
  • heating What change was caused by heating it?
  • heaving And at last he gave it up, standing with legs braced, with heaving flanks and gasping breath.
  • herding As Andy White had said, it was wasting good time, this sheep-herding.
  • herring The herring fishing, always precarious, has for a succession of years been very defective, and this class of people are reduced to extreme misery.
  • hoarding His advertisements are on every hoarding .
  • leaning "Why, my dear sir-" He paused suddenly, and, leaning forward, regarded Thorndyke with a new and rather startled expression.
  • learning "Sir," said the Princess, "an evening walk must give to a man of learning like you pleasures which ignorance and youth can hardly conceive.
  • meaning It's that yo' won't understand my meaning , Sylvia; it's not that yo' don't, or that yo' can't.
  • warning Monferrand reigned, but he would pass away, and a like fate would some day fall on Vignon, who had already had a warning that one could not govern unless the millions of the financial world were on one's side.
  • weaning
  • yearning
  • Earning An important means of subsistence is road and building work; a considerable number of coolies, both male and female, are employed under Government, practically throughout the year, in this manner, the males earning on an average 8 annas and the females 6 annas a day.
  • Harming Nothing can harm us, for every harmful and harming thing is beneath the feet of our Lord.
  • Harping
  • Heaping
  • Hearkening
  • Honing
  • haring
  • harking

266 words made from the letters HEARNING