331 Words That End With LING

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ailing (adjective) somewhat ill or prone to illness under the weather, unwell, indisposed, peaked, poorly, seedy, sickly
angling (noun) fishing with a hook and line (and usually a pole) -
annealing (noun) hardening something by heat treatment tempering
appalling (adjective) causing consternation dismaying
appalling (noun) an experience that appalls -
appealing (adjective) able to attract interest or draw favorable attention -
appealing (adjective) (of characters in literature or drama) evoking empathic or sympathetic feelings sympathetic, likable, likeable
assembling (noun) the act of gathering something together collecting, collection, aggregation
babbling (noun) gibberish resembling the sounds of a baby babble, lallation
baffling (adjective) making great mental demands; hard to comprehend or solve or believe problematic, problematical, knotty, elusive, tough
bawling (noun) loud cries made while weeping wailing
beagling (noun) hunting rabbits with beagles -
beetling (adjective) jutting or overhanging beetle
befooling (noun) derision of someone or something as foolish or absurd or inconsistent stultification
beguiling (adjective) highly attractive and able to arouse hope or desire enticing, alluring, tempting
beguiling (adjective) misleading by means of pleasant or alluring methods -
belittling (noun) a belittling comment denigration
belittling (noun) the act of belittling -
belittling (adjective) tending to diminish or disparage deprecating, deprecative, deprecatory, depreciative, depreciatory, slighting
belling (noun) a noisy mock serenade (made by banging pans and kettles) to a newly married couple callathump, callithump, shivaree, charivari, chivaree
bicycling (noun) riding a bicycle -
billing (noun) request for payment of a debt charge
birling (noun) rotating a log rapidly in the water (as a competitive sport) logrolling
bling (noun) flashy, ostentatious jewelry bling bling
bloodcurdling (adjective) extremely alarming nightmarish, hair-raising
boiling (noun) the application of heat to change something from a liquid to a gas -
boiling (noun) cooking in a liquid that has been brought to a boil simmering, stewing
boiling (adverb) passionately or agitatedly -
bowling (noun) a game in which balls are rolled at an object or group of objects with the aim of knocking them over or moving them -
bowling (noun) (cricket) the act of delivering a cricket ball to the batsman -
bowling (noun) the playing of a game of tenpins or duckpins etc -
brambling (noun) Eurasian finch Fringilla montifringilla
brisling (noun) small fatty European fish; usually smoked or canned like sardines sprat
brisling (noun) small herring processed like a sardine sprat, Clupea sprattus
broiling (noun) cooking by direct exposure to radiant heat (as over a fire or under a grill) grilling, broil
bubbling (adjective) emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation effervescing, spumy, bubbly, foaming, foamy, frothy
bubbling (adjective) marked by high spirits or excitement effervescent, scintillating, sparkly, frothy
bumbling (adjective) lacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands ham-fisted, ham-handed, handless, heavy-handed, bungling, butterfingered, left-handed
bundling (noun) a onetime custom during courtship of unmarried couples occupying the same bed without undressing -
bundling (noun) the act of binding something into a bundle -
bundling (noun) the act of shoving hastily -
bungling (adjective) showing lack of skill or aptitude incompetent, clumsy, fumbling
bungling (adjective) lacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands ham-fisted, ham-handed, handless, heavy-handed, bumbling, butterfingered, left-handed
burbling (adjective) uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm gushing, effusive, burbly
bustling (adjective) full of energetic and noisy activity -
calling (noun) the particular occupation for which you are trained vocation, career
caroling (noun) singing joyful religious songs (especially at Christmas) -
castling (noun) interchanging the positions of the king and a rook castle
catling (noun) a long double-edged knife used for amputations -
ceiling (noun) the overhead upper surface of a covered space -
ceiling (noun) (meteorology) altitude of the lowest layer of clouds -
ceiling (noun) an upper limit on what is allowed roof, cap
ceiling (noun) maximum altitude at which a plane can fly (under specified conditions) -
changeling (noun) a person of subnormal intelligence retard, idiot, imbecile, half-wit, moron, cretin
changeling (noun) a child secretly exchanged for another in infancy -
chilling (noun) the process of becoming cooler; a falling temperature cooling, temperature reduction
chilling (adjective) provoking fear or terror scary, shivery, shuddery
cling (verb) come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation stick, adhere, cohere, cleave
cling (verb) to remain emotionally or intellectually attached -
cling (verb) hold on tightly or tenaciously hang
cling (noun) fruit (especially peach) whose flesh adheres strongly to the pit clingstone
cobbling (noun) the shoemaker's trade shoe repairing, shoemaking
codling (noun) young codfish -
coiling (adjective) in the shape of a coil helical, whorled, spiral, spiraling, volute, voluted, turbinate
compelling (adjective) driving or forcing -
compelling (adjective) tending to persuade by forcefulness of argument -
compiling (noun) the act of compiling (as into a single book or file or list) compilation
concealing (noun) the activity of keeping something secret hiding, concealment
concealing (adjective) covering or hiding -
consoling (adjective) affording comfort or solace comforting, consolatory
controlling (adjective) able to control or determine policy -
cooling (noun) the process of becoming cooler; a falling temperature chilling, temperature reduction
cooling (noun) a mechanism for keeping something cool cooling system
counseling (noun) something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action direction, guidance, counsel, counselling
counselling (noun) something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action direction, guidance, counsel, counseling
coupling (noun) a connection (like a clamp or vise) between two things so they move together yoke
coupling (noun) a mechanical device that serves to connect the ends of adjacent objects coupler
coupling (noun) the act of pairing a male and female for reproductive purposes union, mating, pairing, sexual union, conjugation
cowling (noun) protective covering consisting of a metal part that covers the engine hood, cowl, bonnet
crackling (noun) the residue that remains after animal fat has been rendered greaves
crackling (noun) the sharp sound of snapping noises crackle, crepitation
crawling (noun) a slow mode of locomotion on hands and knees or dragging the body crawl, creep, creeping
crippling (adjective) that cripples or disables or incapacitates incapacitating, disabling
cuddling (noun) affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs) necking, hugging, petting, kissing, smooching, snuggling, caressing, fondling
curdling (noun) the process of forming semisolid lumps in a liquid clotting, coagulation
curling (noun) a game played on ice in which heavy stones with handles are slid toward a target -
curling (adjective) (of hair) making curls or having been made to curl curled
cycling (noun) the sport of traveling on a bicycle or motorcycle -
cymling (noun) squash plant having flattened round fruit with a scalloped edge; usually greenish white pattypan squash
dangling (noun) the act of suspending something (hanging it from above so it moves freely) hanging, suspension
darkling (adjective) uncannily or threateningly dark or obscure -
darkling (adjective) (poetic) occurring in the dark or night -
darling (adjective) dearly loved dear, beloved
darling (noun) a special loved one favorite, favourite, pet, dearie, deary, ducky
dawdling (noun) the deliberate act of delaying and playing instead of working dalliance, trifling
dazzling (adjective) amazingly impressive; suggestive of the flashing of lightning eye-popping, fulgurant, fulgurous
dazzling (adjective) shining intensely glaring, glary, blazing, blinding, fulgent
dealing (noun) method or manner of conduct in relation to others -
dealing (noun) the act of transacting within or between groups (as carrying on commercial activities) dealings, transaction
detailing (noun) an individualized description of a particular instance particularisation, particularization
disabling (adjective) depriving of legal right; rendering legally disqualified disqualifying
disabling (adjective) that cripples or disables or incapacitates incapacitating, crippling
dismantling (noun) the act of taking something apart (as a piece of machinery) disassembly, dismantlement
dissembling (noun) pretending with intention to deceive pretence, pretense, feigning
dissembling (noun) the act of deceiving deceit, deception, dissimulation
doubling (noun) increase by a factor of two -
doubling (noun) raising the stakes in a card game by a factor of 2 double
doweling (noun) fastening by dowels -
dribbling (noun) the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks dribble
drilling (noun) the act of drilling boring
drilling (noun) the act of drilling a hole in the earth in the hope of producing petroleum oil production, boring
drizzling (adjective) (of rain) falling lightly in very small drops -
duckling (noun) flesh of a young domestic duck -
duckling (noun) young duck -
dumpling (noun) small balls or strips of boiled or steamed dough dumplings
dumpling (noun) dessert made by baking fruit wrapped in pastry -
dwelling (noun) housing that someone is living in habitation, home, domicile, abode, dwelling house
dwindling (adjective) gradually decreasing until little remains tapering, tapering off
dwindling (noun) a becoming gradually less dwindling away
earthling (noun) an inhabitant of the earth earthman, worldling, tellurian
enabling (adjective) providing legal power or sanction -
encircling (adjective) being all around the edges; enclosing skirting
enfeebling (adjective) causing debilitation debilitative, enervating, weakening
ennobling (adjective) investing with dignity or honor dignifying
ennobling (adjective) tending to exalt exalting
enthralling (adjective) capturing interest as if by a spell enchanting, entrancing, captivating, bewitching, fascinating
expelling (noun) any of several bodily processes by which substances go out of the body discharge, emission
failing (noun) a flaw or weak point weakness
failing (noun) failure to reach a minimum required performance flunk
failing (adjective) below acceptable in performance -
falling (adjective) becoming lower or less in degree or value -
falling (adjective) decreasing in amount or degree -
falling (adjective) coming down freely under the influence of gravity dropping
feeling (noun) the experiencing of affective and emotional states -
feeling (noun) a vague idea in which some confidence is placed impression, opinion, notion, belief
feeling (noun) the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people smell, feel, look, flavor, flavour, tone, spirit
feeling (noun) a physical sensation that you experience -
feeling (noun) the sensation produced by pressure receptors in the skin touch, tactile sensation, tactual sensation, touch sensation
feeling (noun) an intuitive understanding of something intuitive feeling
fiddling (adjective) (informal) small and of little importance niggling, petty, picayune, piddling, piffling, footling, trivial, lilliputian, little
filing (noun) the entering of a legal document into the public record -
filing (noun) a fragment rubbed off by the use of a file -
filing (noun) the act of using a file (as in shaping or smoothing an object) -
filing (noun) preservation and methodical arrangement as of documents and papers etc. -
filling (noun) any material that fills a space or container fill
filling (noun) flow into something (as a container) -
filling (noun) a food mixture used to fill pastry or sandwiches etc. -
filling (noun) the yarn woven across the warp yarn in weaving pick, weft, woof
filling (noun) (dentistry) a dental appliance consisting of any of various substances (as metal or plastic) inserted into a prepared cavity in a tooth -
filling (noun) the act of filling something -
fingerling (noun) a young or small fish -
fingerspelling (noun) an alphabet of manual signs finger spelling
fledgeling (adjective) (of a young bird) having acquired its flight feathers fledgling
fledgeling (noun) any new participant in some activity starter, entrant, neophyte, fledgling, newbie, newcomer, freshman
fledgeling (noun) young bird that has just fledged or become capable of flying fledgling
fledgling (adjective) (of a young bird) having acquired its flight feathers fledgeling
fledgling (adjective) young and inexperienced unfledged, callow
fledgling (noun) any new participant in some activity starter, entrant, neophyte, fledgeling, newbie, newcomer, freshman
fledgling (noun) young bird that has just fledged or become capable of flying fledgeling
fling (verb) throw with force or recklessness -
fling (verb) move in an abrupt or headlong manner -
fling (verb) indulge oneself splurge
fling (verb) throw or cast away dispose, toss, discard, put away, cast aside, cast away, cast out, chuck out, throw away, throw out, toss away, toss out
fling (noun) a usually brief attempt pass, offer, go, whirl, crack
fling (noun) a brief indulgence of your impulses spree
fling (noun) the act of flinging -
foiling (noun) an act of hindering someone's plans or efforts frustration, thwarting
fondling (noun) affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs) necking, hugging, petting, kissing, smooching, snuggling, caressing, cuddling
fooling (adjective) characterized by a feeling of irresponsibility casual

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