What is the correct spelling for NAROWING?

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Correct spellings for NAROWING

  • borrowing If there had been the slightest chance of borrowing a copy in the village, I should have gone there myself through the tempest to get it.
  • brewing Meantime the Turks below, all unsuspicious of what was brewing , came slowly and steadily along the road. Sheets was ruin If beef is brewing, – One Last Time by twista
  • crowing The natives also say that they sometimes use a stick in walking, "crowing" for roots, and in self-defence.
  • drawing
  • farrowing For this reason it is advisable to pay particular attention to the feed and care of the brood sow from breeding to farrowing time."
  • growing Yet here he was still, holding back from what he knew to be true-and growing old too, as he had said.
  • harrowing "The Death of Tintagiles" repeats in a still more harrowing form the fearful predicament of a helpless child treated with so much dramatic tension in Maeterlinck's first tragedy.
  • knowing And she-no, she is not the kind that would, knowing who you are."
  • narrowing Nothing could make up to him any narrowing of that.
  • rowing I felt that I was delivered from death, as certainly as if I had seen Harry Blew and his boat rowing within ten yards of me.
  • sorrowing It is said that the face of a sorrowing man looks peaceful in death; it may be equally true that death stamps unmistakable regret on the face of its victim who is not ready.
  • Burrowing Another had found this Place, this warmth, these leaves that were fine for burrowing.
  • Furrowing I joyfully bid them adieu, though it may be very fine and Desert-like to talk and write of regions of sand and sandy billows, furrowing the bosom of Sahara.
  • Gnawing It was evident that the brutes were still wary of the fire, for they approached cautiously: at last one bolder or more hungry than the rest, rushed forward and commenced gnawing at the carcase.
  • Narrating But in narrating my adventures abroad, it must not be supposed that I neglected every thing that prudence or caution could suggest, to avoid discovery.
  • Nearing And that moment was nearing.
  • Throwing What is that you are throwing away?"
  • trowing
  • crewing

234 words made from the letters NAROWING