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Correct spelling for STOPM
We think the word stopm 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 stopm
- Steam(Definition of steam)
- Stop(Definition of stop)
- Step(Definition of step)
- Stoup(Definition of stoup)
- Stamp(Definition of stamp)
- Stomp(Definition of stomp)
- Stoop(Definition of stoop)
- Stormy(Definition of stormy)
- Storm(Definition of storm)
- Stump(Definition of stump)
- Stem(Definition of stem)
The superga, by steam tram from the piazza castello.
I want to go-i daren't stop-i'm frightened!
Everybody step this way, please.
'here tibbie!' said the elder woman, 'tak' the stoup an' fesh some water frae the spring on the muir, the minister micht be for a drink; ye hae nae sic water down by in the glen, sir, sae cauld an' sae caller!'
You can stamp your heel on it, and crush it into the ground.
When yankovic states that amish shun electricity, several amish stomp on electronic devices, such as vinyl records, cds, floppy disks, laptops, telephones, and a slim whitman lp album.
To my amusement and astonishment she then asked quite seriously, "do you think that is why he stoops so much?"
Go right outside to the next stoop and ring the bell over neugass.
Seeing one of the serving-men coming from the buttery jasper called out to him, commanding him to bring two stoups of small ale. the man was waiting to take the emptied vessels, when the sound of a loud bell clanged through the house.
Here, in the stormy time when jehangir had seized chitor, there happened a desperate deed.
Come right in out of the storm.
He filled his pipe and lighted it from the stump of his cigar with nervous eagerness.
Here we have presented an instant in the life of a soul; a trying moment, when, if ever, weakness will be shown; when refuge is taken in little things to stem the tide of feeling, as the man gives up the supreme hope of his life.
He was unable to play the piano, so when he was conductor of the opera at lemberg he directed with the violin, and frequently had to play two parts, which gave him great command over his double stops.