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Correct spellings for QUARLING

  • calling The worthy Chevalier was not long in calling on me. Somewhere I hear a voice that's calling Out in the dark there burns a dream You got to hope when you are falling To find the world that you have seen – Sea of Madness by iron maiden
  • curling The shapely little ears with the glossy hair curling round them, the full, rounded throat, the determined little chin, the frank, fearless eyes.
  • darling Oh, he was a darling.
  • galling Yet, to do him justice, I repeat that the ground was well chosen; for, besides the covering of wood which he secured for his own people, he took care to leave open fields in his front; by which means we were of necessity exposed to a galling fire, as soon as we came within range.
  • hurling The songs of the birds that had been so noticeable before were hushed, the passing breeze paused a moment as if undecided which course to pursue, then in sudden fury swept over the land, hurling the leaves and dead branches in wild confusion through the air.
  • quaking Peter lay quaking, wide eyed in his bed, until full morning and time for getting up.
  • quelling He said Mudd-Weakdew always had been successful in quelling these rebellious workmen down, and making them keep their place, and he thought he would now as soon as he arrived there.
  • quisling
  • squalling
  • yearling
  • Carlin At this Carlin shook himself together and said: "I will be glad if you will all give me your attention for a moment."
  • Coaling Coaling facilities will be provided for the merchantmen of the world at both ends of Panama.
  • Equaling The ceiling was his supreme work as a painter, and he knew down deep in his heart that he could not hope to surpass it, and the risk of not equaling it was too great for him to run. The matter was too delicately personal to explain-only an artist could understand.
  • Equalling In every branch of his art he produced a band of pupils who followed in his footsteps, without, however, equalling his achievement.
  • Furling What a putting out of lights, and a pulling down of poles, and a furling up of flags, and a countermanding of orders to the butcher and the baker!
  • Gnarling
  • Gulling
  • Quacking
  • Quaffing
  • Quarreling
  • Quashing
  • Culling He aimed at putting an end to the triflings and quarrels of the philosophers by showing that all the great truths were the same in each system, and by pointing out where Plato and Aristotle agreed instead of where they differed; or rather by culling opinions out of both schools of philosophy, and by gathering together the scattered limbs of Truth, whose lovely form had been hewn to pieces and thrown to the four winds like the mangled body of Osiris.
  • Purling
  • guarding
  • jailing
  • quailing
  • quirking
  • pearling

244 words made from the letters QUARLING

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