What is the correct spelling for PURTCHASING?
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- patching I think we shall have to do some more patching, up before the autumn winds come.
- pitching Half an hour later, Dan, in warm clothes, sat upon the pitching deck of the yacht, at the doorway of the saloon.
- praising He told me, and it proves what a kindly word will sometimes do, that the Squire of his village, who also employed him largely, said to him, after praising some of his work, "There's only one thing the matter with you, Tom, and that's the drink."
- purchase The prisoners, even the English, are allowed to purchase some.
- purchaser "We'll look at this in the car on our way home; a fellow can't do any reading in a storm like this," said the purchaser.
- purchasing Colonel Pennington, having repaired in three days the gap in his railroad, wrote a letter to the Cardigan Redwood Lumber Company, informing Bryce that until more equipment could be purchased and delivered to take the place of the rolling-stock destroyed in the wreck, the latter would have to be content with half-deliveries; whereupon Bryce irritated the Colonel profoundly by purchasing a lot of second-hand trucks from a bankrupt sugar-pine mill in Lassen County and delivering them to the Colonel's road via the deck of a steam schooner.
- pursuing Authority pursuing her into her bedroom was what she had found most difficult to bear.
- pushing "It is the sun shining on the rain and the rain falling on the sunshine, and things pushing up and working under the earth," said Mary.
- Chasing The dog was away chasing rabbits.
- Parching Suddenly, like a parching wind of the desert, came upon her the thought that he might be dead.
- Parsing The order of parsing an Article, is-an article, and why?-definite or indefinite, and why?-with what noun does it agree?-RULE.
- Perching May 18.-The white-throat feeds on the brink of the ditch, perching on fallen sticks or small bushes; there is then no appearance of a crest; afterwards he flies up to the topmost twig of the bush, or on a sapling tree, and immediately he begins to sing, and the feathers on the top of his head are all ruffled up, as if brushed the wrong way.