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Correct spelling for STIPE

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Possible correct spellings for stipe

  • Stepper(Definition of stepper)
  • I have had mighty little equestrian experience since my hobby-horse days, and i cannot pretend that i enjoyed that ride, for the road was rough and up-and-down and the pony anything but a smooth stepper.

  • Sip(Definition of sip)
  • Before he was aware of what he was doing, he had taken a sip of the wine.

  • Strip(Definition of strip)
  • Stipple(Definition of stipple)
  • Jesus, whose expression was the only interesting feature of the picture, a certain manly gravity that was shown without any disfigurement of the character of childhood, was also round and well-fed, and the scene took place on a lawn strewn with flowers-primroses, violets, and strawberries painted in fine stipple with the touch of a miniaturist.

  • Staple
  • Rice became a staple food along with those things obtained by hunting and fishing.

  • Stoup(Definition of stoup)
  • Daffy discovered relics of a lepers' squint and a holy-water stoup, and then went to scrutinize the lettering of the ten commandments of the mosaic law that shone black and red on gold on either side of the i.h.s. monogram behind the white-clothed communion table that had once been the altar.

  • Stoop(Definition of stoop)
  • Stoop down a little-let me kiss it.

  • Side(Definition of side)
  • But take the side of the people.

  • Ste
  • The ile de ste.

  • Stir(Definition of stir)
  • If you'll remove andrey vassilievitch's boots for me i'll lie flat on this wagon and you can let loose every shrapnel in the world over my head and i'll never stir.

  • Step(Definition of step)
  • He went down the stairs a step at a time-thinking.

  • Site(Definition of site)
  • He was too poor to build his own house, so the good people who loved him, and who were almost as poor as he, collected a few rubles among themselves, and bought a site, and built the house.

  • Steppe(Definition of steppe)
  • The manor house stood on a knoll, behind which, steppe on steppe, climbed the hills, till they ended in dalgrothe mountain.

  • Stopper(Definition of stopper)
  • He caught it up, removed the stopper, then put it down with an impatient "pish!"

  • Stile(Definition of stile)
  • From out hagar's cottage a silent party issued, and took their way across the snow to the little stile just above the terrace walk.

  • Stripey
  • Tip(Definition of tip)
  • Stop(Definition of stop)
  • I had made up my mind to come and stop to-night, as my wife's here; but, after this, the sooner she's out of this place the better.

  • Strep
  • Steeper(Definition of steeper)
  • Where the road is constructed on a grade or hill the slope from the center to the sides should be slightly steeper than that on the level road.

  • Stripy
  • Stine
  • Grumbling and complaining, stine and sprague were forced to get under way two hours earlier than ever before.

  • Tape(Definition of tape)
  • Steep(Definition of steep)
  • For the ways of life are steep .

  • Type(Definition of type)
  • Spite(Definition of spite)
  • "no; only out of spite to me-just as he was going off.

  • Snipe(Definition of snipe)
  • "voucher," observed ferrall; "probably a snipe.

  • Stripe(Definition of stripe)
  • Swipe(Definition of swipe)
  • Sties
  • Amidst other olfactory treats indigenous to honey fair was that of pigs and pig-sties, kept by mrs. buffle.

  • Setup(Definition of setup)
  • He didn't know why hart had pitched campbell such a tale, but he was dubious about the whole setup now.

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