What is the correct spelling for SWONG?

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Correct spellings for SWONG

  • sang They read together, and sang together, and laughed together, and no sound was more pleasant to Mary Ballard's ears than this same happy laughter.
  • sewing Here it was that she and her captain had planned to spend many of the long summer afternoons reading and sewing , and it was here that Marcia found her.
  • snog
  • song Nothing; it's a song , that's all.
  • sung They are unsatisfactory, to put it very mildly, and, will have to be re-written again before, these operas can be sung with artistic decency in English.
  • swag His swag still lay where it had been tossed off the horse.
  • swan It might well be the "swan song" of a veteran artist at such work.
  • swank Swank won't be the word.
  • swig The second requires a third swig , and still a fourth, and appetite increasing with that it feeds on, the stream rushes down the brazen throat that burns for more.
  • swing I'm goin' out wi' that can to get somethin' fur that chile, Anna, if I haave t' swing fur it.
  • swoon Good Mrs. Knight speak that as passionately as you can, because you are going to Swoon , you know; and I hate Women shou'd go into a Swoon , as some of our Authors make 'em, without so much as altering their Face, or Voice.
  • sworn She and Mary had sworn that, though miles divided them, they would tell each other their secrets.
  • wonk
  • Sawing The Major then added, repeating the air-sawing action of his forefinger admonitorily, "But mind you, I say nothin'.
  • Wang Chung Yik Wang stated in 1917 that studies of 281 cases of various clinical forms of tuberculosis in Edinburgh, Scotland, resulted in the isolation of the bovine tubercle bacilli in 78.4 per cent of cases under the age of 5 years, in 70.3 per cent between the ages of 5 and 16, and in 7.8 per cent over the age of 16. This investigator states that from the prophylactic point of view any measure resorted to in combating the disease should be directed not only against the human spread of infection, but also, more particularly in children's cases, against the bovine source of infection.
  • Wong We ought to ask him, hadn't we, Wong ?
  • Sowing Here in Samaria, which you only wished quickly to pass through, where you were looking for no additions to the Kingdom, and where you might suppose sowing and long waiting were needed, you see the ripened grain.
  • Swung Her mind swung back to her brother.

19 words made from the letters SWONG