What is the correct spelling for SWEAING?

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Correct spellings for SWEAING

  • sealing
  • seating But Mrs. Hillmer settled the matter by greeting him with a quiet "Good-evening," and seating herself.
  • seeing "Let's hope not," said John Munt, seeing his chance to make a laugh.
  • sewing In one corner of the room, half hidden, was a sewing machine.
  • swain Just as he asked himself the question, and was stepping forward to meet her, feeling very like the country swain in love-"hot and dry like, with a pain in his side like"-he suddenly stopped.
  • swan I can see the tops of the palm-trees in the Nile, and the moon's reflection between them, glistening like a white swan ."
  • swaying When he finished being sick he sat still, swaying gently back and forth, and tried to open his eyes.
  • swearing But I will ensure you against the future; and before we take another glass-there's the priest-and you, Tom Ferrally there, step you for my swearing book.
  • sweating Thus, between scolding and fretting, cooking and sweating , Aunt Dilsey passed the time until the day arrived on which, as she said, "they'd come if they ever did."
  • sweeping I was only sweeping to be doing something.
  • swelling It wasn't a swelling of the throat.
  • swerving His terrier, as though realizing exactly what he wished, seemed to guide him by rubbing against his legs, and even pressing hard against them when he was in any danger of losing the middle of the road, or swerving towards a ditch or some obstruction.
  • swine Those swine -you'll forgive me, sir, but it's the only word for them-those swine want war.
  • swing "Mr. Jocelyn Thew," the detective repeated as they passed through the swing doors.
  • Sawing The result was that it looked shiny and greasy, and there was nothing for it but to give it a good rub over with the sponge and then towel it, which he was doing by holding the cloth over his head, and sawing it vigorously to and fro.
  • Seaming
  • Searing
  • Sowing
  • swains
  • dis-inherits

190 words made from the letters SWEAING