What is the correct spelling for SKATEING?

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Correct spellings for SKATEING

  • salting
  • sateen
  • satin
  • satiny
  • sauteing
  • scathing Mattheson arrived too late to hear it, but it is significant that twenty years later he published a scathing criticism of it, although it is a work of little importance in relation to Handel's complete career, and can seldom have been performed.
  • scattering
  • seating
  • skate
  • skater By the next day he had placards out in conspicuous places-on the schoolhouse, at the forge, at Mr. Rogers's store, and at Winterby Corners-announcing that he had rented Mr. Dutcher's pond for a skating-rink, and that tickets for the same at twenty-five cents a week for each skater could be had upon application to him.
  • skating
  • skein But she had picked up another thread of this tangled skein, and that made her exult with a new hope.
  • skiing
  • skirting
  • slating
  • squatting
  • staging
  • stein
  • sting
  • Sating
  • Scanting
  • Skewing
  • Skidding
  • Spatting
  • Staking
  • Stating
  • Katina
  • scatting
  • kiting
  • siting
  • gating Armstrong provided the first general description of the K+ ion channel pore, including the fundamental ideas of a selectivity filter that can allow the rapid flow of K+ while excluding the flow of Na+ across the cell membrane; a wide inner vestibule; and a molecular gating element at the cytoplasmic side of the channel that controls the flow of ions through the pore.
  • swatting
  • debauchees First of all, in the van, came the grievance to be redressed; and we had a statistical statement of all the gallons of strong drink consumed-all the moneys diverted from the legitimate uses of the family-all the debauchees who rolled drunk through our streets, and all the offences directly originating in this degrading vice.
  • un-calm