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Correct spelling for STOPE

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Possible correct spellings for stope

  • Stoop(Definition of stoop)
  • Being so very tall, he had to stoop as well as to look down at her pretty face, though gertie was by no means short for her age.

  • Steep(Definition of steep)
  • We were obliged to pull ourselves up a steep bank to get there.

  • Stoops
  • As she stoops to lift it, he rises.

  • Stops
  • The only circumstance that stops them is if their mothers happen to be temporarily absent.

  • Stooped
  • Miles held his aunt's arm tightly within his, and he stooped and looked into her face.

  • Isotope
  • The gas with which it had been impregnated, though it had been heavy enough to adhere to the fabric for hours, had also been volatile enough to have disappeared completely, leaving a residue which was identified as a magnesium isotope.

  • Stow(Definition of stow)
  • Before replying she intercepted the hand that was reaching to stow the pipe away, pressed it firmly back, inserted the stem between his close lips.

  • Type(Definition of type)
  • Stoup(Definition of stoup)
  • 'leave the court for ae minute on this great day of judgement? not i, by the reg-eh! what? brandy, did ye say-french brandy?-couldna ye fetch a stoup to the bar under your coat, man? impossible? nay, if it's clean impossible, and if we have an hour good till they get through the single bill and the summar-roll, i carena if i cross the close wi' you; i am sure i need something to keep my heart up this awful day; but i'll no stay above an instant-not above a minute of time-nor drink aboon a single gill,'

  • Stopple(Definition of stopple)
  • Cutting off the end of the stopple even with the bark and filling the lower opening nearly full of clay, he declared the work was done.

  • Stopper(Definition of stopper)
  • Watching our failures, he produced a snuff-box, a small cocoanut-shell, ornamented with little silver and coral knobs, with a narrow ivory mouthpiece, a stopper, and an ivory pin fastened to the cocoanut-shell to stir up the snuff inside-tetuan snuff-noted for its pungent flavour.

  • Stone(Definition of stone)
  • They went away, leaving me well pleased at my refusal, for it was plain that the stone was either false or had a false bottom.

  • Ste
  • At the time of the great council at sault ste.

  • Steppe(Definition of steppe)
  • The horsemen dispersed at once, setting off on a gallop, and the steppe became deserted.

  • Setup(Definition of setup)
  • We were repeatedly amazed at the ease with which marina left the u. s. s. r., which we, who know the setup on the other side, is almost incredible.

  • Stowe
  • If aunt dinah, so well known to us from the pages of "uncle tom's cabin," could have left her receipt for this compound, her fame might have lasted as long as that of mrs. stowe.

  • Store(Definition of store)
  • Now there was nothing left in the store that we could burn!

  • Stole(Definition of stole)
  • I again cast off the ropes, therefore, and stole quietly away from the spot.

  • Stoups
  • Beautiful wrought iron furniture completes the church: two stoups with basins in baccarat, a chandelier, 2 separation grills in the transept, the ambon, the tabernacle with its and crystal panels, and a baptistery at the foot of the cross with a wooden christ.

  • Scope(Definition of scope)
  • For there come within its scope the questions of the essential simplicity of providence, of the order of fate, of unforeseen chance, of the divine knowledge and predestination, and of the freedom of the will.

  • Un-Awake
  • Un-Articulate
  • Strop(Definition of strop)
  • Stripe(Definition of stripe)
  • Stepper(Definition of stepper)
  • "perhaps you'd prefer it being boots? what a stepper she is, too! s'pose we slide after, and see where she hangs out?"

  • Top(Definition of top)
  • Stove(Definition of stove)
  • "put it in the stove, quick, quick!

  • Topee(Definition of topee)
  • Strep
  • Slope(Definition of slope)
  • As he moved along the cliffs and down the slope toward a dead tree he stepped now and then into drifts where the snow was gathering swiftly.

  • Topi
  • Tape(Definition of tape)
  • Sop(Definition of sop)
  • If, however, he was of those who preferred to begin the day with a sop of wine or "a draught of moist and corny ale," then the noted hostelry of the saracen's head probably stood even then, and had stood since the time of the crusades, within a few yards of aldgate tower.

  • Step(Definition of step)
  • Skirmishing continued nearly every step of the way.

  • Steeper(Definition of steeper)
  • The path grows steeper.

  • Stomp(Definition of stomp)
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  • Staple
  • Slatternly women quarrel at the doors, and horse-flesh is a staple article of diet.

  • Stoke(Definition of stoke)
  • It's a long run from stoke to london, but you can just manage it if you fit your trains with dexterous ingenuity.

  • Stupor(Definition of stupor)
  • Stop(Definition of stop)
  • When glynne goes you've got to stop with me.

  • Stopped(Definition of stopped)
  • Then he stopped, and looked puzzled.

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