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Correct spellings for WATCHIN

  • aching And the thought grew in his aching brain that he was no longer free to do as he chose, but was being driven by the Thing he carried.
  • catching And then, catching hold of the astonished boy round the neck, she kissed him.
  • chin She leaned back, taking her chin from her hand, and at last said gravely: "It isn't that, then?"
  • hatching While hatching their eggs, if a hand or stick is put into the nest they rise with enlarged throats, and, hissing like a snake, peck at it till it is withdrawn.
  • matching A correlation center tested it, matching it with electrical and chemical data in its memory files.
  • patching That fellow is made to be a diver; he's intelligent, he's not afraid, and he can stand having the suit on; he's been down two or three times and done easy jobs of patching.
  • switching The Boarder, as boss carpenter, worked after switching hours until it grew dark; then the children took turns, in holding a lantern for him.
  • twitching I feel my legs twitching.
  • wain I will show my mother Charles' Wain the first time I go home; I daresay she has never observed it.
  • washing When they punished me-when I was washing the fruit trees.
  • watch Stone glanced at his watch.
  • watcher He could not get rid of the thought of this lonely little watcher at the end of the passage, and taking up a book he began to read.
  • watching "While I was watching the door opened, and his mother came in.
  • watchman 28. Taking all precautions, a watchman is on duty every night.
  • witch I learned the English word "witch" when I was in middle school, and this woman looked exactly like one.
  • witching Instead of seeking this witching maiden, whom he admired so deeply, he was lulled to sleep by the fragrance of the summer flowers and forgot all about her.
  • within I finished the picture and sent it home within a week.
  • Latching
  • Watched
  • Watches
  • Watchmen When the watchmen saw the two men running, one after the other, he cried out and told the king.
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