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Correct spelling for STAOCK

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Possible correct spellings for staock

  • Stark(Definition of stark)
  • Night after night merryon lay on his veranda, smoking his pipe in stark endurance while the dreadful hours crept by.

  • Sock(Definition of sock)
  • Lesson of the old sock.

  • Sack(Definition of sack)
  • Heckewelder came in carrying over his shoulder what apparently was a sack of meal.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • Stocks were falling rapidly, and the financial situation was almost critical.

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  • Stag(Definition of stag)
  • At the same moment the great stag that stood in front of the council-house of the indians was torn down from the tall pole on which it was uplifted, and the cross was raised in its place.

  • Stank(Definition of Stank)
  • Stoic(Definition of stoic)
  • A stoic would have smiled to have seen me at dinner.

  • Sticky(Definition of sticky)
  • Looking up the avenue through the arch, one could see the young poplars with their bright, sticky leaves, and the brevoort glistening in its spring coat of paint, and shining horses and carriages,-occasionally an automobile, misshapen and sullen, like an ugly threat in a stream of things that were bright and beautiful and alive.

  • Stoke(Definition of stoke)
  • I understand that it's almost an hour past supper-time, my lord, and that if you don't give me a chance to stoke up i'll bite the edges off the lamp-shade!

  • Stack(Definition of stack)
  • Nothing showed above the deck but the two short masts, and the smoke-stack; and the lead colored hull could scarcely be seen at the distance of one hundred yards.

  • Steak(Definition of steak)
  • I slept like a tired child when i got 'ome, and arter a steak and onions for dinner i sat down and lit my pipe and tried to think wot was to be done.

  • Stocky(Definition of stocky)
  • The stocky, dark man nodded.

  • Stalk(Definition of stalk)
  • If i returned without anything, the game was very wild, or the people had made a noise, and the game had been frightened; and who could stalk animals already alarmed?

  • Stork(Definition of stork)
  • "-the song of 'the moon-and-the-stork,' which we ourselves made-here-where the moon looked down upon us.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • After all, we are married and i suppose we must stick together.

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • "the deacon says he did his best to talk her out of it; but she stuck right to it.

  • Stacks
  • There was a fierce naval midnight battle; a strange spectacle among the branches of those quiet orchards, and with the chimney stacks of half-submerged farmhouses rising around the contending vessels.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • "i am quite calm," she said, stock-still beside the table.

  • Tack(Definition of tack)
  • He was a man to steer a leader, if ever that leader should get, for an instant, on the wrong tack, or be uncertain as to his course.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • "we'll win the stake.

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