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Correct spelling for STOPOR
We think the word stopor 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 stopor
- Step(Definition of step)
- Stop(Definition of stop)
- Spoor(Definition of spoor)
- Stopper(Definition of stopper)
- Torpor(Definition of torpor)
- Stupor(Definition of stupor)
- Stoop(Definition of stoop)
- Stoup(Definition of stoup)
Nevertheless, when, on that afternoon, coming in from her walk, she met her dark, grubby little father in the hall, she did stay for a moment on the bottom step of the stairs to consider him.
He stops the slaughter of his enemies when they agree to pay him one hundred valuable jars.
Where the mail train stops And there ain't no cops– Big Rock Candy Mountain by Burl Ives
Did you stop to think why?"
It may be of interest, however, to cite some examples of acute, benign stupors and the discussion of them which appear in the literature of recent years.
It follows on thy spoor.
So after deciding to buy through tickets to a coast point, with stopover privilege, there was nothing to do but await the day of departure.
So clap a stopper on your eyes, or i'll give you something to cry for."
The showstopper (stopper stopper...) We gonna get it right (right) We gonna get it good The showstopper– Showstopper by tobymac
He certainly was not a prey to torpor and dumb despair.
Now she was plunged into stupor.
He come right past me without a word and stoops over the bed.
You're like a turkey, my boy, trying to get over the top rail of a pen with its head in the air, when all it has to do is to stoop a little and march out on its toes."
A stoup of water, poured on them from an upper window, was the answer.