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Correct spelling for STIOP

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Possible correct spellings for stiop

  • Sop(Definition of sop)
  • A sop to the people it was, at the last election.

  • Steep(Definition of steep)
  • But as geraldine took her husband's arm in the steep shrubbery walk, she said, in a dissatisfied tone: 'i am glad we found her with michael; but, all the same, she and mr. blake were partners all the afternoon.

  • Scoop(Definition of scoop)
  • "there are certain elements connected with the story that make it especially attractive to me, for, in addition to getting a clear scoop in the biggest sensation of the year, i can clean up an old grudge of mine, bee-eautifully.

  • Strop(Definition of strop)
  • As he paused to strop his razor, marcus came into his room, half-dressed, a startling phantom in red flannels.

  • Sloop(Definition of sloop)
  • Then he knew that it must be a party who had come off the pirate sloop.

  • Slip(Definition of slip)
  • It was the day i had the phantom locked up in the bedroom and he gave me the slip.

  • Snoop
  • He'll surely throw snoop out of the window.

  • Soup(Definition of soup)
  • Supper of bread and thin soup arrived and with it came the gestapo officer.

  • Skip(Definition of skip)
  • We've got to skip!

  • Stoop(Definition of stoop)
  • I am so lame that i cannot stoop to pick it up myself."

  • Shop(Definition of shop)
  • "i came into town to shop," she faltered.

  • Sap(Definition of sap)
  • Some forest-fire, all right, if the woods weren't wet and full of sap!"

  • Soap(Definition of soap)
  • The towel is put in water and soap used on it.

  • Step(Definition of step)
  • "it's only a step to the town; i can walk it in half an hour.

  • Sup(Definition of sup)
  • Great-heart:-good gaius, let us sup.

  • Sp
  • Two lions rampant-shield surmounted by a crown; motto, "sp.

  • Slop(Definition of slop)
  • She planned a routine of study that was actually terrible to the little girl, whose education had hitherto been conducted in a somewhat slip-slop manner by a weakly-indulgent father.

  • Stupor(Definition of stupor)
  • The trader's eyes twinkled with an interest that broke through the stupor that was on him.

  • Stop(Definition of stop)
  • Where did you want it to stop?

  • Stoup(Definition of stoup)
  • Near a doorway in the north wall is an excellent outside water stoup in a perfect state of preservation.

  • Zip(Definition of zip)
  • Ship(Definition of ship)
  • He was captain of his ship and wanted nothing more.

  • Snip(Definition of snip)
  • Sez josiah, "i wouldn't be ashamed to show snip off by the side of any of the dogs in the doggy's palace."

  • Sysop
  • Swoop(Definition of swoop)
  • Oh, if only he too had wings to dart like the swallows, and swoop and sail and dart again!

  • Sip(Definition of sip)
  • Then he had a final sip of hot coffee; after which he picked up the lamp and guided tournefort out of the lodge.

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