Correct spelling for 2STEP

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Possible correct spellings for 2step

  • Setup(Definition of setup)
  • There was kindness in a hospitality which opened to so strange a bird; admitting the kindness, shelton fell to analysing it. to himself, to people of his class, the use of kindness was a luxury, not significant of sacrifice, but productive of a pleasant feeling in the heart, such as massage will setup in the legs.

  • Steps(Definition of steps)
  • One day he walked out of the room and went down the steps.

  • Stem(Definition of stem)
  • A lotus blossom rested among her dark waving curls, and its stem fell in a graceful curve on her bent neck, round which clustered a mass of soft locks.

  • Stop(Definition of stop)
  • Seep(Definition of seep)
  • I hung over a three-foot hole in a dry stream-bed, and watched it ooze and seep through the sand, and fill up-oh, so slowly; and i felt it loosen my parched tongue, and steal through all my dry body with strength and life.

  • Step(Definition of step)
  • Mistress mary went a step nearer to the robin and looked at him very hard.

  • Ste
  • Leaving their mascoutin friends at last, apparently in the autumn of 1655, the two adventurers returned down the fox river to green bay; thence on to the large villages of indians which clustered around the sault ste.

  • Steppe(Definition of steppe)
  • This road was blocked up and hidden by snow; but across the steppe were traces of horses, renewed from day to day, apparently, and clearly visible.

  • Strep
  • Stoop(Definition of stoop)
  • Stew(Definition of stew)
  • Stoup(Definition of stoup)
  • Steep(Definition of steep)
  • All at once, as the brothers were climbing the steep hillside towards guillaume's house, they perceived before and above them the basilica of the sacred heart rising majestically and triumphantly to the sky.

  • Stet(Definition of stet)