Common misspellings for standing:
stanpoint, sendding, stuntin, satndings, stunnign, standyby, stanidng, standfirm, sidintg, standlone, seending, staiting, standign, listenitng, stadning, saending, suraunding, stuning, sinding, putstanding, astoounding, standin, stooding, stunding, stanindg, satnding, stnding, vatantine, standpint, soudning, attneding, snding, assitanting, staynding, stonehendge, standinh, statedin, standindg, swending, sturding, nderstanding, soending, tanding, stansing, studing, stabnding, stainding, staanding, attanding, starteding, stunnin, styuding, atending, standng, standingin, seanding, standingf, standpoing, stending, stardon, standi, stanting, satanding, sendin, 11stating, stainin, outtanding, ourstanding, stataing, listenting, oustanding, hesitanting, sustainting, standoutding, stamndalone, sarandon, staning, standning, fastenating, standind, dtanding, standig, etending, stanined, stanfing, stancing, tanden, spanding, stading, stayting, stunnging, statnding, stagenating, stanning, standdown, styding, setencing, spnding, stiding, studin, standnig, satndish, stonning, austounding, sstuding, stydeing, stangin, staniding, stanging, standid, suronding, attnding, standand, srnding, standingby, ssending, stundent, siending, sennding, stainning, stoneing, standium, standanding, standding, stadion, stabding, saddenend, standint, stainging, soundiing, stannding, sendign, stanind, seinding, ateending, standiing, stateding, satyanand, stunnning, attandeing, atanding, stradding, attaneding, stunining, strenghting, austonding, estending, sernding, surranding, satnading, slinding, statuing, stainting, distanting, astonding, statdion, certaninty, postponding, seranading, souranding, styanding, speanding, stnading, startingon, sourranding, butstanding, astownding, stonehinge, austanding, attaending, bystanding, sendinding, styduing, citenzin, sandin, sendiing, sidindg, stadiun, standup, standalon, standanrd, standarding, standinf, standingl, standoint, stonehenhe, studingy, dunerstanding, stande r, ztanding, xtanding, etanding, wtanding, sranding, sfanding, sganding, syanding, s6anding, s5anding, stznding, stsnding, stwnding, stqnding, stamding, stajding, stahding, stanxing, stanring, staneing, standung, standjng, standkng, standong, stand9ng, stand8ng, standibg, standimg, standijg, standihg, standinv, standinb, standiny, astanding, zstanding, sztanding, xstanding, sxtanding, dstanding, sdtanding, estanding, setanding, wstanding, swtanding, srtanding, stranding, sftanding, stfanding, sgtanding, stganding, sytanding, s6tanding, st6anding, s5tanding, st5anding, stzanding, staznding, stsanding, stasnding, stwanding, stawnding, stqanding, staqnding, stanbding, stamnding, stanmding, stajnding, stanjding, stahnding, stanhding, stansding, standsing, stanxding, standxing, stancding, standcing, stanfding, standfing, stanrding, standring, staneding, standeing, standuing, standiung, standjing, standijng, standking, standikng, standoing, standiong, stand9ing, standi9ng, stand8ing, standi8ng, standibng, standinbg, standimng, standinmg, standinjg, standihng, standinhg, standinfg, standinvg, standingv, standingb, standingh, standinyg, standingy, standintg, standingt, tsanding, sstanding, sttanding, standinng, standingg, 3tanding, standing, ctanding, qtanding, rtanding, s4anding, sdanding, svanding, suanding, stinding, stcnding, sta.ding, stafding, staoding, standyng, standang, standmng, standhng, standi.g, standifg, standilg, standiog, standinw, standino, standinc, standine, standayeng, standeyeng, s tanding, st anding, sta nding, stan ding, stand ing, standi ng, standin g.
Definition of standing:
- the act of assuming or maintaining an erect upright position
- social or financial or professional status or reputation; " of equal standing"; " a member in good standing"
- A station.
- The act of stopping or of being erect on the feet; station; maintenance of position; duration; as, a habit of long standing; reputation; rank; as, he is in good standing.
- Continuance: existence: place to stand in: position in society.
- Continuance; place to stand; social position.
- Relative position.
- The act of one who stands.
- Continuance; duration; possession of an office, character or place; station; power to stand; rank; condition in society. Standing off, sailing from the land. Standing on, sailing toward the land. Standing orders, permanent regulations. Standing- rigging, cordage sustaining the masts and remaining fixed in its position.
- Rank or station, as a man of standing; continuance; long possession; place.
- ( of persons) on the feet; having the torso in an erect position supported by straight legs; " standing room only"; " a standing ovation"
- not cut down; " standing timber"; " uncut trees"
- permanent; " a standing army"
- not created for a particular occasion; " a standing committee"
- executed in or initiated from a standing position; " a standing ovation"; " race from a standing start"; " a standing jump"; " a standing ovation"
- having a supporting base; " a standing lamp"
- ( of fluids) not moving or flowing; " mosquitoes breed in standing water"
- Remaining erect; not cut down; as, standing corn.
- Not flowing; stagnant; as, standing water.
- Not transitory; not liable to fade or vanish; lasting; as, a standing color.
- Established by law, custom, or the like; settled; continually existing; permanent; not temporary; as, a standing army; legislative bodies have standing rules of proceeding and standing committees.
- Not movable; fixed; as, a standing bed ( distinguished from a trundle- bed).
- The act of stopping, or coming to a stand; the state of being erect upon the feet; stand.
- Maintenance of position; duration; duration or existence in the same place or condition; continuance; as, a custom of long standing; an officer of long standing.
- Place to stand in; station; stand.
- Condition in society; relative position; reputation; rank; as, a man of good standing, or of high standing.
- Remaining upright; stagnant, or not flowing, as water; lasting; established or settled; fixed; as, a standing army.
- Established: settled: permanent: fixed: stagnant: being erect.
- Established; permanent.
- Remaining erect.
- Maintained for regular use; permanent.
- Established; permanent; not liable to fade or vanish; stagnant; fixed; not cut down.
- Settled; fixed; established; not transitory; not flowing; not cast down.