The Correct spelling is: issuing
Common misspellings of the word issuing are:
How do you spell issuing?. It is not issueing
- The act or an instance of flowing, passing, or giving out.
- The act of circulating, distributing, or publishing by an office or official group: government issue of new bonds.
- Something produced, published, or offered, as:
- An item or set of items, as stamps or coins, made available at one time by an office or bureau.
- A single copy of a periodical: the May issue of the magazine.
- A distinct set of copies of an edition of a book distinguished from others of that edition by variations in the printed matter.
- A final result or conclusion, as a solution to a problem.
- Proceeds from estates or fines.
- Something proceeding from a specified source: suspicions that were the issue of a deranged mind.
- Offspring; progeny: died without issue.
- A point or matter of discussion, debate, or dispute: legal and moral issues.
- A matter of public concern: debated economic issues.
- A misgiving, objection, or complaint: had issues with the plan to change the curriculum.
- The essential point; crux: the issue of how to provide adequate child care.
- A culminating point leading to a decision: bring a case to an issue.
- Informal. A personal problem or emotional disorder: The teacher discussed the child's issues with his parents.
- A place of egress; an outlet: a lake with no issue to the sea.
- A discharge, as of blood or pus.
- A lesion, wound, or ulcer producing such a discharge.
- Archaic. Termination; close.
v., -sued, -suÂ·ing, -sues. v.intr.
- To go or come out. See synonyms at appear.
- To accrue as proceeds or profit: Little money issued from the stocks.
- To be born or be descended.
- To be circulated or published.
- To spring or proceed from a source. See synonyms at stem1.
- To terminate or result.
- To cause to flow out; emit.
- To circulate or distribute in an official capacity: issued uniforms to the players.
- To publish: issued periodic statements.
- In question; in dispute: â€œMany people fail to grasp what is really at issue hereâ€ (Gail Sheehy).
- At variance; in disagreement.
- To enter into controversy.
- Law. To submit an issue for decision.
- To take an opposing point of view; disagree.
[Middle English, from Old French eissue, issue, from Vulgar Latin *exÅ«ta, alteration of Latin exita, feminine past participle of exÄ«re, to go out : ex-, ex- + Ä«re, to go.]issuer is'suÂ·er n.
issueless is'sueÂ·less adj.