What is the correct spelling for NOTGOING?

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Correct spellings for NOTGOING

  • dodging The most honest and pious woman is not only without conscience with regard to dodging her taxes, she also finds great pleasure in having done so successfully.
  • dogging It had seemed to her at first as though she was leaving behind all her pain and problem and flying whither the dogging ghosts could not follow.
  • lodging He asked her if he might have a night's lodging , as he had come a long and weary journey, and would be glad of somewhere to rest.
  • nagging He had no heart in his work- for the campaigner was always "nagging" at him at home, and no longer praised his eloquence as she had done at first.
  • netting He repaired the line fences and rehabilitated the cabin; bought a burro and pack-saddle and packed in lumber and tools and household necessities; fenced off his experimental garden on the level land with rabbit-tight netting ; cleaned and boxed the spring; and early in May was following the spading up of his garden plot by planting vegetable seed.
  • nodding I remember," he added, nodding ; "you heard of me lower down the road."
  • noggin Here, you swab, ne'er mind the glass, hand me the noggin .
  • outgoing There is certainly a marked distinction between the oaths of the outgoing and incoming creeds.
  • Knotting Well, there is a certain virtue in knotting a silk thread, for the reason that it is almost impossible to untie, even in the light, and to break it, we will agree, invalidates the sitting.
  • Neighing Several of our comrades were of course unfortunately compelled for several days to march on foot, though much against their wishes; for nothing could be more humiliating to a dragoon than to be trudging through the mud and dust, while his companions were gliding past him with their neighing steeds, on their way to the drill-grounds, or to any other post of duty.
  • Noting It is worth while noting that as a lawyer he would never take a case, either civil or criminal, that he considered wrong.
  • Noticing Mary could not help noticing what strange eyes he had.
  • Nudging The first fidgeted incessantly, nudging and twitching his companion, and looking now and then as if he were ready to start up and interrupt the preacher.
  • Nutting Please let her go nutting this afternoon with Miss Aldrich's class.
  • Tonguing
  • tangoing

87 words made from the letters NOTGOING