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Spell check of scoring

Correct spelling: scoring

Synonyms:
supposing, abrading, summarizing, composing, detailing, gauging, hurting, measuring, approximating, concluding, determining, fetching, framing, woodcut, appraising, presuming, designing, calibrating, fixing, grouping, casting, obtaining, reaping, counting, taking, auditing, regulating, cleaving, valuing, controlling, splitting, leveling, scaling, buying, defecting, recounting, studying, reckoning, recording, etching, stabilizing, subordinating, organizing, scraping, winning, chipping, balancing, mezzotint, settling, bagging, filing, mediating, cutting, sorting, scheduling, impression, booking, unsnarling, harmonizing, marker, lithograph, normalizing, assuming, harvesting, devising, landing, photogravure, tabling, storing, luring, forming, establishing, mark, disfiguring, getting, scheming, setting, staining, computing, ranking, netting, programming, shaping, acquiring, blistering, defacing, fracturing, tainting, arranging, sifting, unifying, engraving, considering, purchasing, judging, spoiling, procuring, noting, claiming, ordering, calculating, collecting, inventorying, slitting, photoengraving, damaging, adding, rating, cracking, evaluating, weighing, marking, totaling, integrating, grading, accounting, scratching, adjusting, registering, checking, supporting, maintaining, deforming, testing, accumulating, spotting, pigeonholing, surveying, figuring, dividing, receiving, estimating, listing, securing, catching, planning, typing, screening, preparing, separating, thinking, plotting, placing, guessing, wrangling.

Examples of usage:

1) By scoring deeply with a sharp knife each row of kernels on an ear of corn, the pulp may be pressed out with a knife. - "The Myrtle Reed Cook Book", Myrtle Reed.

2) He had been scoring all day- sufficient reason for early retirement. - "Melomaniacs", James Huneker.

3) Can we keep them from scoring, do you think? - "The Crimson Sweater", Ralph Henry Barbour.

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