What is the correct spelling for SELFKEEOING?

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Correct spellings for SELFKEEOING

  • salving The latter seemed hardly worth salving , as it appeared-according to Blackmore-to be a "military model" of a decade or so back, and the steel-work was badly rusted.
  • sealskin The wife is a fine lady-not, indeed, with carriage and pair, but with a dandy dog-cart at least; not with three-guinea bonnets, but with a costly sealskin jacket.
  • slacking The driver, with a surprised look on his face, was slacking up.
  • solving
  • Silvering At the same moment, Mr. Kincaid turned the boat to the left, forced it by main strength through a thick fringe of reeds, and debouched on a little round pond silvering in the dawn.
  • Slaking It is better to do the slaking at home, furnishing the added weight of 32 per cent in water on the farm.
  • Slaving Why should you go on slaving for other people?"
  • Slavering So, when we rode into Albany, the stolid, pippin-cheeked Dutchmen had later news than had we, and I learned then, for the first time, how my Lord Percy's troops had been hurled headlong through Cambridge Farms into Charlestown, where they lay like panting, slavering, senseless beasts under the cannon of the Somerset and Asia.
  • Sledging Scott had purposely sent Seaman Evans with this party of geologists, reasoning with his usual thoughtfulness that Evans's sledging experience would be invaluable to Taylor and his companions.
  • Sleeking
  • Sleighing
  • Slicking
  • Slinking
  • Slivering
  • sulking
  • sulfuring
  • salvaging Briefly, he has always maintained that Tish being desperate and arguing that the C. in C.-which is military for commander-in-chief-was able to secure tires whenever necessary-that Tish had deliberately unfastened a spare tire from the rear of General Pershing's automobile; not of course actually salvaging it, but leaving it in a position where on the car's getting into motion it would fall off and could then be salvaged.

676 words made from the letters SELFKEEOING