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Correct spelling for ASTOCK

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Possible correct spellings for astock

  • Haystack(Definition of haystack)
  • He knew it would turn out to be as futile as the proverbial effort to find the needle in the haystack.

  • Ascot
  • His horse was fast, his driver nimble at picking an unsuspected way, and the porters at waterloo, miraculously recovered from the paralysis of the brain induced by ascot week, not only were in accord as to the platform from which his train would start, but, a thing far more rare and precious, were one and all perfectly correct in their information.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • His own rifle lay on the ground behind him, and king kicked its stock clear of the fire.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • You stick to me, brocky, and i'll pull you through.

  • Stark(Definition of stark)
  • He could have slept through that last tangle of mine which came within an inch of laying me out stiff and stark.

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • The roll of plans stuck out from his coat pocket.

  • Assoc
  • As theory indicates, and as f. e. turneaure, assoc.

  • Attic(Definition of attic)
  • Once inside he is conducted upstairs to the attic, where he will find three or four earlier arrivals also blindfolded.

  • Sticky(Definition of sticky)
  • Then the lever was raised, and the sticky mass was passed on to the outspread sheet for its final packing.

  • Restock(Definition of restock)
  • They have been bought up and have not had time to restock.

  • Attack(Definition of attack)
  • These finally yielded to their blind attack.

  • Stork(Definition of stork)
  • "yes, we must go to the viking's castle," said the stork; "there my young ones and their mother await me.

  • Stocky(Definition of stocky)
  • There were no lights but the great moon and the kindly little stars, and no streets but narrow lanes, winding through feathery maples and stocky oaks that would be sulphur-yellow and iron-red with the sun behind them, but were now only their own whispering ghosts.

  • Ask(Definition of ask)
  • You know why i ask."

  • Stack(Definition of stack)
  • He gave the stack a physiognomy that they recognised.

  • Astor(Definition of astor)
  • One of his brothers, however, had come to america and settled at new york, and young john astor resolved to join him in the land of opportunity.

  • Astir(Definition of astir)
  • Shelbyville itself was scarcely astir, its breakfast fires no more than kindled, when the wagons of farmers and the straggling troops of horsemen from far-lying districts began to come in and seek hitching-room around the court-house square.

  • Mastic(Definition of mastic)
  • They found mastic and aloes in abundance.

  • Steak(Definition of steak)
  • The quicker beef-steak can be broiled the better.

  • Unstuck(Definition of unstuck)
  • Ascetic(Definition of ascetic)
  • He had recognized the name of a prominent citizen-a rigid, ascetic, taciturn, middle-aged man-a deacon-and more than that, the head of the company he had just defended.

  • Stoke(Definition of stoke)
  • One day, however, harry had ridden from stoke to hereford, for the exercise alone, and edie expected him back to dinner.

  • Aston
  • They were a part of an outside existence with which he was unacquainted, and marden court was to him but a name, an unreal place that got photographed occasionally and that mr. aston seemed to like.

  • Acetic(Definition of acetic)
  • The hot acid will not hurt the hands or fabrics, nor the glass, but should be kept from children who might drink of it. the solution is made of commercial acetic acid and heated by adding hot water.

  • Stoic(Definition of stoic)
  • His tendency is, in the main, stoic; he was probably acquainted with paetus thrasea, who corresponded with pomponius.

  • Aster(Definition of aster)
  • About the time the purple aster began to unclose its fringed lids, and the mariposa lily to unfold its delicate cups on the lower mesa,-nearly the middle of july,-full-grown chewink babies, in brown coats and streaked vests, made their appearance in the grove, and after that the whole world might search the scrub oaks and not a bird would say him nay.

  • Aztec(Definition of aztec)
  • If you have led me into a trap-" finger-tips lightly brushed his lips, then the aztec explained as well he was able, thanks to his limited vocabulary.

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