What is the correct spelling for OMOVING?

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Correct spellings for OMOVING

  • amazing "No idea," said Vignoles; "most amazing thing!
  • amusing It isn't kind to old people to leave them alone-although I've no doubt it's much more amusing to sit up here and talk to Henry.
  • imaging I can scarce say why I missed him sadly rather than gladly-I might so easily have prefigured one's delight in his absence; but certain it is that my almost outraged consciousness of our practically doing without him amid American conditions was a revelation of the degree in which his great imaging, his great reminding and enhancing function is rooted in the European basis.
  • irving From Christmas, by Washington Irving.
  • moving He was there yest'day about three o'clock, an' I says to him-" "Well, so-long; I got to, be moving."
  • offing Early the next morning a sail was seen in the offing, standing towards the bay.
  • Imbuing Tertullian speaks equally plainly, stating the objection made in his days also to Christianity, that "the nations who are strangers to all understanding of spiritual powers, ascribe to their idols the imbuing of waters with the self-same efficacy."
  • Omitting Some worthy Christians have taken it into their heads to relieve all, for fear of omitting the right.
  • Removing Removing the handkerchief, he held up the glass.
  • emoting
  • armoring The ready pen of Captain Semmes and those of his journalistic friends in England were busily impaling Captain Winslow for two offenses: First, he was guilty of armoring his ship and concealing the fact that he had done so; and, secondly, he had fired upon the Alabama after her colors had been struck.