Correct spelling for STOIP

We think the word stoip is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word

Possible correct spellings for stoip

  • Step(Definition of step)
  • Don't be afraid, nobody will step on you.

  • Stoup(Definition of stoup)
  • They had engaged an old cottager on the moor to give them an hour's work every evening, and for this they paid him with a stoup of milk, or some other small product of their dairy; money they had not to spare, and this he knew,-nor did he require any; he would have given his aid to the fallen family for nothing, had it been asked of him.

  • Steep(Definition of steep)
  • And there came then a rush of the humpt men up the rock; and truly it did be a glad thing for our lives that they might come up only upon but one side; for the other sides did be utter steep and smooth worn; and this to have been unto our saving, as you shall think.

  • Stoop(Definition of stoop)
  • When they arrived, sam was waiting on the stoop, wallet in hand.

  • Stop(Definition of stop)
  • But if he doesn't stop his?

  • Stoic(Definition of stoic)
  • Fools grin on fools, and, stoic-like, support, without one sigh, the pleasures of a court.

  • Strip(Definition of strip)
  • "then come along, and we'll soon clear the platform," said bendigo, beginning to strip.

  • Stomp(Definition of stomp)
  • When the chaps saw me a coming down the astor house steps, one of 'em jumped down and opened the door and let out a hull grist of steps down to the ground, all kivered over with the brightest kind of carpet, till it looked as if somebody had been a flinging hull baskets full of posies all over 'em for me to stomp down with my shiney boots, if i wanted tu.