What is the correct spelling for SKILING?

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Correct spellings for SKILING

  • ceiling And if you add a million to that, and pile up the notes so high that they touch the ceiling , I remain Mr. James B. Coulson, travelling in patents for woollen machinery. Make me hit the ceiling Send me round the bend Take me back to Ealing When the evening ends – Dance Little Rude Boy by Ian Dury & The Blockheads
  • coiling "Captain Spike, sir," called out Barlow, who was coiling up rigging on the forecastle, and was consequently obliged to call out so loud as to be heard by all on board, "yonder is a man at the foot of the light-house."
  • sailing We are sailing with wind and tide, my dear.
  • scaling He then commanded the scaling ladders to be brought up to the walls, on every side of the city; and, under a fence of closed shields, advanced to the gates.
  • scowling Are you scowling at me?"
  • sculling He laughed at his sculling , and had a great mind to strike him after he saw him waltzing with Jacqueline.
  • sealing All of them had also sailed in sealing schooners.
  • selling You were meant for something better, if I may say so, than selling blankets.
  • sibling Parental alcoholism, parental support of child aggression, and social glorification of violence in the media have also been associated with sibling abuse.
  • skiing The Womens team sprint cross-country skiing competition at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy was held on 14 February, at Pragelato.
  • skimming Miss Caroline sat in Solon's battered chair with the missing castor, surveyed his exchange-laden desk with a humorous eye, and seized the last Argus, skimming its local columns with a lively interest and professing to be enthralled by its word-magic.
  • skirting They wandered through heather and brambles and thorns, striking across the moorland and skirting precipitous slopes.
  • skulking Life would not be very valuable to me as a skulking criminal in a foreign country.
  • skyline
  • sling
  • smiling
  • soiling If the mother fears the soiling of its nice dresses, she can keep a long slip or apron which will entirely cover the dress, and can be removed when the child is taken in the arms.
  • spoiling
  • suckling
  • swilling
  • swirling
  • Sidling In fact, as soon as they had run their beautiful canoes up on to the sands they were starting in a body to come and look at us; but there was a loud shout and some gesticulating, and we saw one tall savage flourishing a spear, when they all went off in other directions, while the savage with the spear came sidling towards us in a slow, awkward way, keeping his face turned in the opposite direction, but gradually coming nearer.
  • Skidding We do not know what long hours every invalid spends driving his mind along on every pleasant topic under the sun, only to feel it skidding, skidding, from side to side, just as you feel yourself steering for the nearest tree when you begin to drive a car.
  • Skinning But there was no help for it. The skinning was begun and had to be finished.
  • Skipping Go through them in order without skipping any steps.
  • Skiving
  • Skying
  • Soling
  • Stilling
  • Stirling
  • jailing Following Candelario Santanas 2003 jailing , control of the drug trade in Toa Baja went to other people, and Candelario Santana suspected the owners of La Tombola, a new bar about to open in the city of Toa Baja, to be among the persons now in charge of his old business.
  • spilling
  • spieling
  • snailing

60 words made from the letters SKILING