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Correct spelling for SHOOP

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Possible correct spellings for shoop

  • Shoe
  • The iron shoe on this hoof was somewhat triangular in shape.

  • Sloop
  • Hoop
  • He took the remainder of our hoop-iron and beat it into the form of a pipe or cylinder, about as thick as a man's finger.

  • Shod
  • It seemed that merlin was right, for just then there came to their ears the sound of iron shod hoofs in the courtyard above their heads.

  • Shot
  • Whoop
  • Shape
  • The moon-rays seemed to break and splinter on the outline of the lion-shape, and left all the mighty mass black below.

  • Chomp
  • Chomp is a brand of chocolate bar currently manufactured by cadbury, popular in australia and the united kingdom.

  • Stoop
  • Chop
  • Water gushed in, and lapierre, stifling a curse that rose to his lips, seized a paddle, and leaning over the bow began to chop frantically at the ice.

  • Hop
  • Why, there are hares in the fields, and pheasants in the coppices, and partridges in the hop-gardens, and the rabbits swarm in the hill-sides down toward the sea."

  • Shook
  • Laurie shook his head.

  • Snoop
  • Shoo
  • Mrs. o'brien opened the kitchen door and, raising her apron aloft, drove them out with a "shoo!"

  • Swoop
  • Soup
  • Sharpe
  • Sharpe was at that time the acknowledged head of british abolitionists.

  • Show
  • Coop
  • He replied "certainly," but that they came to see london, and not to coop themselves up in a suburb.

  • Shops
  • Shooed
  • Russ and margy being the only bunker children in sight, mr. bunker "shooed" them back to the pullman car.

  • Chap
  • Further we are told in chap.

  • Showy
  • Shoot
  • Soap
  • Shopper
  • Chip
  • He and the deacon merely swung their axes up, and let them go down exactly in the right place; and the glittering edges went in, in, with a hollow thud, and at every other cut a great chip would spring away across the snow.

  • Whop
  • Loop
  • Jones conceived the idea of raising the loop of his lasso on a long pole, but as no pole of sufficient length could be found, he tried from the back of his horse.

  • Scoop
  • Cousin tom will take me out in his boat to the middle, and i can scoop the doll up with a crab net."

  • Goop
  • "thank you, sir," said bones, without resentment, "and which is the goop, you or--?"

  • Sharp
  • It was not the sharp little eliz who cried like that!

  • Sherpa
  • Nepal brahman, chetri, newar, gurung, magar, tamang, rai, limbu, sherpa, tharu, and others (1995)

  • Sop
  • Shop
  • Shoos
  • Choppy
  • The wind was quite high, which made the water choppy.

  • Ship
  • Is that the ship gone, do you think?"

  • Shoppe
  • Sheep
  • And i must go; can i be a sheep after all?

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