What is the correct spelling for LOCKPICKING?

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Correct spellings for LOCKPICKING

  • backpacking
  • clocking
  • kicking As soon as the creature found that kicking and struggling did not do any good, it had drawn head, legs, and tail into its pretty shell house.
  • lacking Until now this was lacking .
  • licking In any case, he drank, and a minor man gave him the dog's licking ..
  • liking Then, if she showed any sign of liking , I'd beg her to wait a bit, and say I'd soon be a gentleman for her sake.
  • locking He felt broken and unmanned, and the aching in his throat grew to an intolerable pain, and with a reaction to disdain of himself he rose and went out, closing and locking the door.
  • looking When I come back, I'll give you what you're looking for.
  • looping The girl had been singing half to herself a wild little Scottish ballad, chiming it in with water and wind and bird music, taking first one part and then another; looping together a long chain of pine needles the while,-then throwing back her sleeve, and laying the frail work across her arm, above the tiny hair chain, the broad band of gems and the string of acorns, which banded it; in short, disporting herself generally.
  • nitpicking
  • packing We ought to begin packing , too I think."
  • picking Instead of picking it up, he dropped down on the stone step beside his niece and sat without speaking until Jerry forgot his presence entirely.
  • Clacking He heard the distant sound as of a shepherd piping, and he saw that the road in front of him was crowded for near upon a quarter of a mile with a great gathering of geese-fully two thousand they numbered-feeding in the grass and rushes, and cackling, and hustling each other aside, and clacking their big orange-coloured bills, as they waddled slowly onward towards the city.
  • Clicking "She's clicking fine, sir," the sergeant answered.
  • Clucking One day, a high summer flood washed him out of the burrow where he lived with his father and mother, and carried him, kicking and clucking, down a roadside ditch.
  • Cocking "Messieurs," I said, cocking and uncocking my pistol, "it is not because this man is a dangerous, political criminal and a maker of explosives that the government has sent me here to arrest him ...
  • Localizing There is surely something very strange in this passion for localizing all origins at some single point of the globe.
  • Lopping I myself have wanted many things for the people, but I never should have begun by lopping off ten millions of francs from the new civil list.
  • Loping March came loping down from the bridge, slackened pace, and swept with his frowning glance the meadows on the left.
  • Pecking 13. Occasionally, when threading the woods in the fall, you will hear a sound as if some one had broken a twig, and, looking up, see a jay pecking at an acorn, or you will see a flock of them at once about it, in the top of an oak, and hear them break it off.
  • Picnicking We'd all gone over to Wecanicut on the ferry,-Mother and Aunt Ailsa and Jerry and Greg and I,-and we were picnicking beside the big fallen-over slab that looks just like the entrance to a pirate cave.
  • lucking
  • blackjacking Blackjacking non-combatants had proven keen sport, but this fellow with the revolver in a hand that seemed used to revolvers, and a gleam in the eye that seemed to relish the situation, gave them pause.
  • asservated

239 words made from the letters LOCKPICKING

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