Spell check of weighing

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Correct spelling: weighing


Common misspellings:

weising, wiorking, weiging, wasjhing, wiihin, weeking, weiring, withing, weithing, wiking, seiging, whieghing, waighting, wigging, weorking, waitging, woirking, tighing, withjin, wrighing, weighning, weigning, werking, waiking, wihin, wighting, highing, woerking, wheighing, weithin, lighing, weigthing, wihcn, fighing, whiching, wieghing, weightgain, wighing, weghit, wriging, waightin, wirhin, wasgoing, sighin, whihin, weighng, wihing, wedgeing, wirking, weighin.

Examples of usage:

  1. " He seems to have his suspicions," answered the Phantom, carefully weighing his words, " but he is keeping them to himself.  The Gray Phantom's Return by Herman Landon
  2. There is one mail suit in the hall, to wear which, a man must have been at least seven feet in height, and of corresponding physical development, the helmet alone weighing thirty- five pounds, which would soon exhaust the strength of an ordinary man.  The Story of Malta by Maturin M. Ballou
  3. Something is weighing on her mind, as anyone can see, and we think it can only be you- your strange life, and your neglect of her.  The Crown of Life by George Gissing
  4. But he will use the plenty before him with discretion, and weighing every thing with the utmost accuracy, select what is best: for the stress of an argument does not always, and in every cause, depend upon similar topics.  Cicero's Brutus or History of Famous Orators; also His Orator, or Accomplished Speaker. by Cicero
  5. Besides, although weighing heavily upon all classes, from the highest to the lowest, the legal burden was proportioned to the respective strength of the bearers; the application of law being made less and less rigid as the social scale descended.  Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation by Lafcadio Hearn