What is the correct spelling for SNWING?
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Correct spellings for SNWING
- knowing I have no means of knowing whether merchants in Lerwick make any profit on the hosiery.
- sending I am sending you.
- sensing Sensing that perhaps the very bigness and majestic silence of these uplands might rest heavy upon her spirit and perhaps depress if not actually awake in her an emotion akin to fear, he strove to cheer her by his own blithe acceptance of the fortune of the hour.
- sewing She resumed her sewing .
- singing He was singing out to me to go up and give him a hand to pull Tom up on to the yard.
- sinking And it is sinking ; trying to get away from me!
- sinning From his cradle this creed of the family had been taught him; he had learnt it so thoroughly that he had grown to test everything by that standard; it was his father's disloyalty to that creed that had roused the son's anger-and now, behold, the son was sinning more than the father!
- slowing Furthermore, the growth of cities and towns is definitely slowing down.
- snoring The old canon when I took his place retired to a niche near the window, and was soon snoring comfortably.
- stewing His arm and thigh was broken, and he was so near the burning house that the grease was stewing out of him.
- stowing The whole of the guests were put up in the house,-and pretty close stowing it was, but no one complained,-and, after a breakfast as substantial as the supper, we set off to return home.
- swine He would have felt then "The swine has escaped me.
- swing Swing around toward the Elkhorns and get back to report by to-morrow evening, say."
- Gnawing Now a terrible and gnawing hunger came upon them and they knew that if they would live and travel-and they must travel-they would have to have food at once.
- Sawing And so they go see-sawing to and fro.
- Sniping Into that same village of Tilloy cleared by Shropshires an officer of the King's Own Liverpools, with a lance-corporal, dashed into a ruined house from which the enemy was sniping in a most deadly way, and brought out two officers and twenty-eight men as prisoners.
- Snaring I spent September in snaring thrushes; but at the end of the month, even this rather tiresome sport failed me.
- Sowing Another sowing is made during the first week of March to furnish a crop during the early part of June.
- Spewing Then I saw spewing spikes of flame, orange and yellow, dancing over the top of the clinic.
- Sunning Half-way down the staircase she came to a stand, and stood sunning herself in the applause of the beholders, then came slowly forward, and, standing in the middle of the floor, revolved slowly round and round, so as to display every feature of her costume.