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Correct spelling for STEPY

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Possible correct spellings for stepy

  • Suety(Definition of suety)
  • Sept(Definition of sept)
  • On the 15th sept.

  • Ste
  • On board the steamboat we fell in with a family of emigrants, and persuaded them to accompany us to sault ste.

  • Stripy
  • Steep(Definition of steep)
  • That wall's a trifle steep for climbing.

  • Stop(Definition of stop)
  • Sappy(Definition of sappy)
  • There he would walk swiftly and eagerly along the solitary and lightless byways, finding a potent stimulus to imaginative thought in the happy isolation thus enjoyed, with all the concurrent delights of natural things, the wind moving like a spirit through the tree-branches, the drifting of poignant fragrances, even in winter-tide, from herb and sappy bark, imperceptible almost by the alertest sense in the day's manifold detachments.

  • Sleepy(Definition of sleepy)
  • I feel tired, i don't feel sleepy.

  • Spy(Definition of spy)
  • "tell me why, spy.

  • Seedy(Definition of seedy)
  • A seedy man followed her at a distance.

  • Stay(Definition of stay)
  • You must not stay here, isabelle, said the prince, tenderly; such sights are too trying for a young girl like you.

  • Steamy(Definition of steamy)
  • It is, perhaps, especially difficult to be an optimist in africa, but nares who had borne a good deal in its steamy shadow held fast to his faith, and it did not matter greatly to him that the latter day champion of the oppressed was a most unknightly figure in burst shoes and tattered garments and carried an american rifle.

  • Strep
  • Stoup(Definition of stoup)
  • Sty(Definition of sty)
  • Stepper(Definition of stepper)
  • Why did that song always sweep her away so?-from the first moment stepper had read her the words in the old house on south figueroa street, all those years ago? why had she always the feeling that it had a special meaning for her and for jimsy-a warning, a challenge?

  • Steer(Definition of steer)
  • If not, we'll hide till dark and hope for stars to steer by when we go."

  • Stupor(Definition of stupor)
  • Stet(Definition of stet)
  • Seep(Definition of seep)
  • Just as peter looked it flew down to near the base of the tree and began to run straight up the trunk, picking things from the bark here and there as it ran. its way of going up that tree trunk reminded peter of one of his winter friends, seep seep the brown creeper.

  • Setup(Definition of setup)
  • It was a production factory for his famous solar batteries, and also an immensely valuable setup for space research and exploration.

  • Soapy(Definition of soapy)
  • He had been a fool to have it done, he said, as he flung the soapy water out of window into the river, and he warned me that i must be careful never to make such a mistake myself; which made me sorry, because it seemed so gallant an embellishment.

  • Stew(Definition of stew)
  • Steppe(Definition of steppe)
  • When the steppe came to an end, the road entered a cleft between two mountains.

  • Steeply(Definition of steeply)
  • The mountains come down steeply on all sides, the timber stands thick, boulders are scattered everywhere, and it was already dark.

  • Sepoy(Definition of Sepoy)
  • We were pursued by a whole troop of sepoy cavalry, who were firing pistol shots at us.

  • Stops
  • Step(Definition of step)
  • Nevertheless, it was a step which rosamund loved to hear.

  • Stem(Definition of stem)
  • These have a straight stem, and are in outline somewhat like a pine-tree, but the foliage is of a fainter green, and different-shaped leaf.

  • Soppy(Definition of soppy)
  • Phoebe made a hop poultice, but it's awful soppy.

  • Steeper(Definition of steeper)
  • Now the snow grew steeper, and the horse was almost spent, for he could scarcely breathe at so great a height.

  • Steely(Definition of steely)
  • The next moment her head was jerked up and she was gazing into his steely fixed eyes.

  • Steady(Definition of steady)
  • Hold your head steady, jube-and if i did, it's no great matter.

  • Steps(Definition of steps)
  • Roden and von holzen are on the steps, coming out."

  • Stumpy(Definition of stumpy)
  • Soupy(Definition of soupy)
  • In a peaty or boggy material there is a condition somewhat different, but sufficiently allied to the soft clayey or soupy sands to place it under the same head in ordinary practice.

  • Stoop(Definition of stoop)
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