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Lexicographical Neighbors of

showhouses
showier
showiest
showily
showiness
showinesses
showing
showing bad manners
showing contempt
showing emotion
showing finger
showing fingers
showing intelligence
showing lack of intelligence
showing mercy
showing neatness (current term)
showing off
showing trust
showing up
showing wisdom
showings
showish
showjumper
showjumpers
showjumping
showlike
showman
showmance
showmances
showmanly

Literary usage of

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1. Universal Geography: Or A Description of All Parts of the World, on a New by Conrad Malte-Brun (1827)
"... and showing neatness and taste in the excavators. Found several lakes, from which large quantities of trona (carbonate of soda) are obtained; ..."

2. Universal Geography: Or, A Description of All Parts of the World, on a New by Conrad Malte-Brun (1829)
"... one, with three galleries seven feet high, and 150 long, with recesses like sleeping rooms, and showing neatness and taste in the excavators. ..."

3. Language Lessons and Grammar by Charles Alexander McMurry (1916)
"Later, read these compositions in the class and criticize them, showing neatness and accuracy in writing, punctuation, spelling, and paragraphing. ..."

4. Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin by State Historical Society of Wisconsin (1879)
"... April 18, 1821; a MS. book of 136 pages, apparently the mathematical examples worked out by Judge Reaume in 1774, showing neatness and scholarship, ..."

5. Grammar School Algebra by Arthur William Potter (1904)
"In " Original Work," the pupils should present papers showing neatness and care. These exercises will be useful as a test of the pupil's knowledge of the ..."

6. Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin by State Historical Society of Wisconsin (1908)
"... examples worked out by Judge Reaume in 1774, showing neatness and scholarship, with a rude deer-skin cover; also the old pocket-book of Judge Reaume. ..."

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