What is the correct spelling for SRYING?
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Correct spellings for SRYING
- crying Her bright eyes while crying, And blowing her nose, as her Beau talk'd of 'dying!' – Tragedy, The by Richard Harris Barham
- frying Can't you tell your brain cells are fryin' Don't go a chance in hell you're buyin' – Chest Pain by REHAB
- saying If he has anything to say worth saying , that is just what he ought to do.
- slaying Then, when his wife would give no answer, he seized his bow and arrows and rushed out into the forest, which for a whole year had not known him, slaying all the red deer he could find.
- spaying Is the spaying of cows a dangerous operation?
- spraying "I could then cling to life," said Robin Rue, "long enough at least to finish my spraying ."
- spying While you were looking into Horng's mind, how do you know he wasn't spying in yours?
- straying It was joy enough to feel the wee thing's fingers straying over her face, to see his limbs grow round and dimpled, and to hear him laugh as she sang to him baby songs.
- swaying Monck was swaying as he stood.
- syringe Laleli saw him take the syringe from the case, and her eyes glittered with the anticipation of immediate relief.
- trying "That is just what you are trying to tell me, and this is just what I am trying to tell you.
- varying He would simply, after a number of pages varying with the individual, cease to read it.
- Braying But instead of words, a loud braying was heard in the theater, so loud and so long that all the spectators-men, women, and children, but especially the children-burst out laughing.
- Drying She had got over the first tempest of her grief, and sat drying her eyes with a wondering shame, and suddenly there was a sound of a horse driven rapidly.
- Fraying Among other things impossible for birds to do, these orioles tied a knot in the end of a string to prevent its fraying in the wind!
- Shying His horse had found it first, shying and sniffing and then trying to bolt; Sandy was nothing if not circumstantial.
- Preying The Fetcani, or Mantatee hordes, having been driven from their own country by the bloodthirsty Zulu chief Chaka, had been preying upon other tribes for many years, and at last, in 1827, they precipitated themselves on the Tambookies, and afterwards on the Galekas, threatening to extirpate these Kafirs altogether, or to drive them into the colony as suppliants and beggars.