How to spell exiting

What is the meaning of exiting?

1 : the act of going out of or away from a place : departure He made his exit. 2 : a way of getting out of a place. exit. verb. exited; exiting.

Is there such a word as exiting?

The act of leaving: departure, egress, exodus, going, withdrawal.

Is it excited or exited?

A lot of people get so excited when they’re typing that they mistakenly write they are “exited,” and their spelling checkers don’t tell them they’ve made an error because “exited” is actually a word, meaning “went out of an exit.” Excitement makes you excited.

How do you spell with?

Correct spelling for the English word “With” is [wˈɪð], [wˈɪð], [w_ˈɪ_ð] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

What’s another word for excited?

What is another word for excited?


What is another word for happy and excited?

1 joyous, joyful, blithe, cheerful, merry, contented, blissful, satisfied. 4 favorable, propitious; successful, prosperous.

What can I say instead of I am happy?


  • cheerful.
  • contented.
  • delighted.
  • ecstatic.
  • elated.
  • joyous.
  • overjoyed.
  • pleased.

How many words are in Happy?

16 words can be made from the letters in the word happy.

What is slang for being really happy?

The definitions of these slang words appear below the list. afterglow – do cartwheels – feel like a million bucks – feel like a million dollars – keep (one’s) pecker up – perk up – ride high – woot – yippee.

How do you spell happy?

Correct spelling for the English word “happy” is [hˈapi], [hˈapi], [h_ˈa_p_i] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Similar spelling words for HAPPY

  1. nappy,
  2. hippo,
  3. havey,
  4. HAPP,
  5. harp,
  6. haffey,
  7. hap.

How many words can you make out of the word holiday?

78 words can be made from the letters in the word holiday.

How many unique anagrams are there for the word happiness?

There is 1 exact anagrams of happiness and 255 other words that can be made by using the letters of happiness.

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