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Antonyms of FOLLOWING:
leading, preceding, directive, directing, unfavourable, unfavorable, guiding, directional, anterior, former, past, last, antecedent, foregoing, precedent, previous, prior.
Misspellings for FOLLOWING:
folloeing, follwoing, fllowing, follwoings, follwong, follloing, fololowing, folllwing, folloing, falowing, thefollowing, folloiwing, followind, folowing, follownig, follwing, fowllowing, followingly, followibng, followinf, followong, foillowing, followingorder, followng, flowin, followinig, followingn, followin, aloowing, foliowing, follwoign, flwoing, followlng, foloving, followoing, follwiong, follding, llowing, cashflowing, followiung, followig, flollowing, floorwing, followinging, folloowing, foowing, falloing, followering, folooring, fdllowing, fellowing, followying, folloewing, followinng, follwiing, folwing, fiollowing, sllowing, follwowing, folloring, followiing, fopllowing, fowlloing, forllowing, folloguing, followign, followon, folowwing, followwing, followimg, willowing, gfollowing, allowiing, followuing, followied, followikng, alloweing, followingg, followning, hellowing, fillowing, fallwoing, floiwing, fololwing, fullswing, wollowing, folllowing, allowong, followiong, alllowing, foolwing, foollowing, ofllowing, folwoing, allwoing, foll0wing, follolwing, folliowing, folloiwng, foloing, followins, folwwing, followinmg, allowin, foloowing, allowoing, followinged, fowlowing, folowings, followeing, allowign, followi, folliwing, followingif, floolowing, ollowing, floweing, folloving, efollowing, followill, followining, followingt, flowiing, followint, flllowing, followinfg, falldown, follwings, floowing, foolowing, falanowing, fllwing, flowwing, falowin, allowinf, sollowen, pollowing, follown, followingup, fallening, followen, alloowing, flweorng, flewing, flwing, follwoup, foflowing, followling, follwoung, foloweing.
Examples of usage:
  1. I led, Dio following close behind me.
    "With Axe and Rifle", W.H.G. Kingston.
  2. " She had not been here long, but she had a good following.
    "Uncle William The Man Who Was Shif'less", Jennette Lee.
  3. Did you blame the boy for following?
    "Little Rivers A Book Of Essays In Profitable Idleness", Henry van Dyke.
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