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Correct spellings for SCURRRYING
- crying When the children stop crying Where will I be? When the sun comes near flying Faster than a bird – Where Will I Be by Golden Earring
- quarrying In these deposits the material is coarsely crystalline and forms fairly large, continuous bodies, which are worked by quarrying.
- scouring It always looked as if it had been scrubbed, inside and out, with a scouring brick.
- scrubbing She and Mrs. Smelts were scrubbing down the stairs of Number One, not as a matter of cleanliness, but for the social benefit to be derived therefrom.
- scurrying The uproar had brought other tenants scurrying from the upper floors, and somebody was dispatched for a police.
- Carrying Mr. Johns had been carrying everything in front of him.
- Miscarrying While such was the fate of the party in Plataea, the rest of the Thebans who were to have joined them with all their forces before daybreak, in case of anything miscarrying with the body that had entered, received the news of the affair on the road, and pressed forward to their succour.
- Querying At last I found myself idly querying whether Nature did not so blend all out-of-door sounds as to make them agreeable, when suddenly a catbird broke the spell of harmony by its flat, discordant note.
- Scaring Sitting quietly here, after scaring us half out of our wits-" "I think I'm the one to be scared!
- Scarifying For in their own estimation they are mighty fine fellows, strutting about and striking terror into the hearts of trembling urchins, half scarifying the little wretches with straps, canes, and birches.
- Currying That she had stood out in the wet and cold herself, hours at a time, like any man among them; that she had, in her husband's early days, helped him feed and bed their one horse, often currying him herself; that when she and her Tom had moved to Rockville with their savings and there were three horses to care for and her husband needed more help than he could hire, she had brought her little baby Patsy to the stable while she worked there like a man; that during all this time she had cooked and washed and kept the house tidy for four people; that she had done all these things she felt would not count now with the Union, though each member of it was a bread-winner like herself.
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