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tossing

Definitions of tossing
p. pr. & vb. n. - of Toss 2
n. - The act of throwing upward; a rising and falling suddenly; a rolling and tumbling. 2
n. - A process which consists in washing ores by violent agitation in water, in order to separate the lighter or earhy particles; -- called also tozing, and treloobing, in Cornwall. 2
n. - A process for refining tin by dropping it through the air while melted. 2

The word "tossing" uses 7 letters: G I N O S S T.

Direct anagrams of tossing:
  stingos

Words formed by adding one letter before or after tossing (in bold), or to ginosst in any order:
a -   agonists   c -   gnostics   m -   gnomists   p -   postings   signpost   r -   ringtoss   u -   outsings  

Shorter words found within tossing:
gin   gins   gist   gists   git   gits   gnosis   go   gos   got   in   ingot   ingots   ins   into   ion   ions   is   it   its   nit   nits   no   nog   nogs   nos   not   on   ons   os   si   sign   signs   sin   sing   sings   sins   sis   sit   sits   snit   snits   snog   snogs   snot   snots   so   son   song   songs   sons   sos   sot   sots   sting   stingo   stings   ti   tigon   tigons   tin   ting   tings   tins   tis   to   tog   togs   ton   tong   tongs   tons   toss  

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Other words with the same letter pairs: to   os   ss   si   in   ng  

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