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Correct spellings for HURTHING

  • bathing Look at him, he's like bathing himself or something – A.D.D. by Loomis & The Lust
  • birthing And then, to the wonder of all, the Earth-Current had put forth a new power; so that young people ceased to be old over-soon; and there was happiness and a certain joy in the living; and a strange birthing of children, such as had not been through half a million years.
  • earthing The traveler along the country roads disturbs them earthing their wings in the soft dry earth, or sees them skulking and flitting along the fences in front of him.
  • farthing
  • harding Richard Harding Davis, you remember, was dining with friends in London.
  • hatching All the hen-folk are hatchin' While their men-folk are scrathin' – Spring, Spring, Spring (Spring Dance) by Unknown Author
  • heathen I'm the first born child of a seventh born heathen Had hell on my mind since I first started breathing – Heathen by boondox
  • heating
  • herding Then I settled myself to listen, and continued almost spell-bound to the end of the song, wondering where the girl I had seen herding cattle barefooted not very long ago had acquired such power.
  • herring I was given plenty of herring -so called-and other kinds of fish to eat, and "Folks" visited me about every hour of the day.
  • hitting No-that's more charming to me than even your hitting it off with Kate.
  • huffing One was just finishing his breakfast, quarrelling with his bread and butter, and huffing the waiter; another buttoned on a pair of gaiters, with many execrations at Boots for not having cleaned his shoes well; a third sat drumming on the table with his fingers, and looking at the rain as it streamed down the window-glass; they all appeared infected by the weather, and disappeared, one after the other, without exchanging a word.
  • hugging For several days it used to come out and play with its little mistress, or she would play with it, lifting it, carrying it, feeding it, hugging and kissing it.
  • humming He came down to the breakfast-room humming .
  • hurling In a little while they were hurling boulders down on an enemy that seemed inclined to parley.
  • hurting "Don't be afraid; you are not hurting me," she said, with a ghastly smile.
  • hurtling We crept under the lee of a rock for shelter, but our fire was smashed out over and over again by hurtling masses of ice, so we shivered in darkness through what seemed to be an interminable night.
  • nothing You knew nothing of all this?"
  • sheathing There are some who consider that the greatest scene in history-the hero sheathing his sword "after a life of spotless honor, a purity unreproached, a courage indomitable, and a consummate victory."
  • thing I want only one thing of you.
  • writhing He soon came back carrying the agonized, writhing figure of a small boy in his arms, followed by a small crowd of openly angry women and other children.
  • Berthing He was one of those officials called berthing-masters- not the one who had berthed us, but another, who, apparently, had been busy securing a steamer at the other end of the dock.
  • Harming And this glen was believed to be the abode of a Brownie, who never appeared to anyone in the daytime, but who, it was said, was sometimes seen at night, stealing about, like an ungainly shadow, from tree to tree, trying to keep from observation, and never, by any chance, harming anybody.
  • Harping The new air greeted him, harping in wild nerves, wind of wild air of seeds of brightness.
  • Hashing The cook refused to starve her fellow-servants, while the kitchen-maid, mindful of a written character in the future, did as her ladyship bade her-hashing and mincing in a manner quite irreconcilable with forty pounds a year and beer money.
  • Hating If you were a girl, I should know that you would be passionately in love with Eckhof before you slept; you have taken the first step, by hating him."
  • Hatting
  • Hiring
  • Hitching
  • Hooting
  • Horsing
  • Hulling
  • Hushing
  • Lathing
  • Mouthing
  • Tithing
  • Withing
  • haring
  • harking
  • hording
  • dis-unites
  • stuffedup
  • stuffinesses

129 words made from the letters HURTHING

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