What is the correct spelling for SWELIING?

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Correct spellings for SWELIING

  • ceiling Resounds and rebounds off the ceiling You gotta have it, baby You can't do without When you get the feelin' – Kick Out The Jams by rage against the machine
  • doweling
  • dwelling
  • sailing When the high water came in the spring, the sofa went sailing .
  • sealing I quickly utilised this quiet time to make an impression with sealing -wax, in case we never saw the seal again.
  • seedling It is an open cleared space, that mound beneath the pine-tree; a few low shrubs and seedling pines, with the slender waving branches of the late-flowering pearly-tinted asters, the elegant fringed gentian with open bells of azure blue, the last and loveliest of autumn flowers and winter-greens, brighten the ground with wreaths of shining leaves and red berries.
  • selling With the courage of despair, these men now fought against the Persians before and behind them, selling their lives as dearly as possible.
  • sewing "Smaller the better," said Edward Tredgold, who was sitting by the window watching Miss Drewitt sewing .
  • sling His forge was in the yard, and a faithful body-guard at his service; but his right arm was in a sling , and so he was brought to a stand-still; and Coventry was with Grace at the house; and he, like her, was tortured with jealousies; and neither knew what the other suffered.
  • smelling It was a kind of Heaven, which no one was strong enough to reach but his great, paint-smelling master.
  • smiling I have made my will," he said, smiling .
  • soiling She thoroughly disapproved of her husband's soiling political ventures, as beneath the dignity of a gentleman.
  • spelling The curious spelling Caught may be seen over a shop in Chiswick.
  • spoiling That old Major that Uncle Peter thinks so much of came near spoiling the surprise, but Aunt Felicia said she would take care of him in the back of the house-and she did; and I mounted guard at the top of the stairs before anybody could get hold of you.
  • stealing It was not until to-day that I formed the plan of stealing .
  • sterling His personal estate is stated at about five hundred pounds sterling .
  • swearing He ran off swearing , and the noise brought up the landlord and five or six of his people.
  • sweating I think my head is softening, or my brains are melting, or I am sweating from head to foot!
  • sweeping This he knew to be a lie, as his captors would not have retreated so hastily if they had achieved so sweeping a victory.
  • swelling All this time the music was swelling through the fiery display, and the crowd clapped hands, as if enough honor could not be done to the occasion.
  • swerving At that arch and lovely look he bounded to her, stammering something, he did not know what himself; but she laughed, glowing and scolding, swerving over to the other side of the path.
  • swilling Yea, some of them drew off their boots and filled them with the wine, others drank it out of their caps, and so there they lay on the grass, swilling the wine, and the different wares they had seized lay all scattered round them, and they laughed and drank, and roared, "Thus we drink a health to Stargard!"
  • swing Lynch was ready to swing .
  • swirling "Then stop talking," Habrunt said mildly, still leading her confidently through the night, as the moon cast it's glow through the swirling mists.
  • toweling A thick robe of Turkish toweling hung from the bathroom door.
  • veiling To Skag it was perfectly natural enchantment-veiling the mystery of Dhoop Ki Dhil.
  • wailing At the sight, there rose from the crowd a wailing cry, quite different from its former voice.
  • willing You are willing to do this thing, Braden?
  • Jeweling So high on the mountain side were perched the simple inn and the group of brown chalets clustering round the big church with its bulbous, Oriental spire, that they caught the last red rays of sunset and held them flashing on burnished copper roof plates, and jeweling small, bright window-panes long after the green valley below was curtained with shadow.
  • Roweling It was still another spur roweling me back to the ring of combat.
  • Sluing
  • Waling
  • Walling
  • Welling
  • Whiling
  • Soling
  • Steeling
  • Swiping
  • soloing
  • swellings
  • swiveling
  • wiling
  • spieling
  • snailing
  • swivelling
  • depolluted

172 words made from the letters SWELIING

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