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Correct spellings for SHOWLING

  • bowling Their bowling is as the bowling of babies; and see!
  • cowling John Marius Wilson described Burrill with Cowling as: "A township in Bedale parish, N.
  • howling Another shout of triumph rose on the howling wind; Tom's heart sank within him.
  • scowling "And that," continued the other, scowling at the interruption, "is that no one gets me into any more scrapes until after the Claflin game!"
  • shelling The shells burst fast and furious all around us, but it did not interfere with our shelling the woods.
  • shilling Anna-Rose gave him what looked like a shilling.
  • shoring
  • showing
  • soiling
  • Fowling Nor is the moving of laughter always the end of comedy; that is rather a fowling for the people's delight, or their fooling.
  • Holing Let us now enter consideration of this matter in a proper frame of mind, seriously and not looking contemptuously upon the problem of holing even the very shortest of putts as no problem at all after the affected manner of the inexperienced and uninformed general public.
  • Shoaling Comparatively light, it can be hauled long distances, and is the only boat that has been found suitable for launching from flat beaches through the shoaling waters of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts.
  • Shoeing Shoeing a Trotter.
  • Shoving
  • Shoveling
  • Soling
  • yowling
  • Rowling Their countenances were so lasciuious, their breastes naked and intycing, theyr eyes flattering, in their roseall forheads, glystering and rowling, their shapes most excellent, their apparell rich, their motions girlish, theyr regards byting, theyr ornaments, sweete and precious, no part counterfeited, but all perfected by nature in an excellent sort, nothing deformed, but all partes aunswerable one to an other.
  • shooing
  • shewing When the Frogs were disturbed by the shots, their first desire seemed to be to get under shelter of some stone, or into their old holes again, shewing thereby that sight was not wanting, and bodily activity was perfect as far as could be seen.
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