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Correct spellings for HURASSING

  • braising
  • bruising
  • caressing Janet bent over her, instinctively caressing the brown hair.
  • crossing "There is a deep stream between us and them," I observed, "and you may have some difficulty in crossing it alone; we will follow at our leisure, for we are sure to catch them up before dark."
  • dressing I did not know what to say or do, I was so frightened at the thought of what was coming; and, as the dressing -bell rang at that moment, I was just leaving the room when she called me back.
  • harass The fire of fancy, which had been kept alive in the country, was almost extinguished by reflections on the ills that harass such a large portion of mankind.
  • hearing She was so interested in hearing and I in speaking that we let the sun go down before we thought of turning back.
  • herring But I didn't intend him to draw a herring across the trail.
  • hissing "Ah, to be sure," he said vaguely; "I had forgotten the hissing sound."
  • housing The Housing Act was something you just couldn't get around; not in Chicagee these days.
  • hurrying "My, you have been hurrying ," Jane said.
  • hussein Can you guide me to it, Hussein Khan?
  • phrasing He first explains in a most interesting way what life is, using the scientist's phrasing .
  • praising He started in by praising his master-the Knight of the Lions!
  • pressing Their case is not so pressing , for, at least, when once beyond the gates they will be safe.
  • racing Father and Milly and Olly hand-in-hand, racing over the short fine grass, startling the little black-faced sheep, and racing down the steep bits, where Milly and Olly generally tumbled over in some sort of a heap at the bottom.
  • raisin
  • raising
  • razing
  • razzing
  • reassign
  • rising
  • rossini
  • rousing
  • Arising But before this fountain can be tasted, or any other spring reached, any source found, a heavy weight has to be lifted from the heart, an iron bar which holds it down and prevents it from arising in its strength.
  • Erasing
  • Grassing
  • Greasing
  • Harassing
  • Harnessing
  • Harrying
  • Hazing
  • Hiring
  • Horsing
  • Trussing
  • Creasing
  • Cruising
  • hosing
  • reusing
  • grossing
  • haring
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