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Correct spelling for STOPPE

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Possible correct spellings for stoppe

  • Stooped
  • The queen quickly stooped and kissed him.

  • Stopper(Definition of stopper)
  • With the stopper he touched the horse underneath, and looked closely at the spot.

  • Soppy(Definition of soppy)
  • The living-room in the twillys' house was so damp that thick, soppy moss grew all over the walls.

  • Sopped(Definition of Sopped)
  • "think i'm a damned fool!" he curtly answered, and sopped his handkerchief in the water again.

  • Step(Definition of step)
  • Perhaps we may even go a step further.

  • Stepped(Definition of Stepped)
  • Astrid stepped back, puzzled.

  • Stipple(Definition of stipple)
  • The proprietor has therefore decided to have this picture engraved in the finest style of line and stipple, the engraved surface of the plate to be 18 x 31 inches; believing that nothing short of a genuine work of art will meet the approval, and secure the patronage of the american people, and to those interested the proprietor can most confidently promise a suitable memento of their departed chief.

  • Stroppy
  • Stepper(Definition of stepper)
  • We went to the stable, and when the stepper was pointed out i started to go into the stall beside him, whereupon dan caught me by the arm, drew me back, and said: "'be careful!

  • Steppes
  • But all for naught; his way he is y-gone, and down she fell aswoone on a stone; and up she rose, and kissed, in all her care, the steppes of his feet remaining there; and then unto her bed she speaketh so: "thou bed," quoth she, "that hast received two, thou shalt answer for two, and not for one; where is the greater part away y-gone?

  • Stoppers
  • 2. for the glass-stoppers, i had against me all the cork trade, and the wine-merchants too, who recork old wines.

  • Stops
  • When the sailor is almost upon her, he stops, throws up his hands, drops his sword, and falls in a heap.

  • Stopped(Definition of stopped)
  • Just once mildrid stopped, and whispered: "isn't he handsome?"

  • Stoup(Definition of stoup)
  • How meg wi' toothache girnin' sat when startled, sprang a loup that cured her toothache, but she fell and coup't the water stoup; and how quiet willie frae his bed- wha gaed till't aye at dark- put past endurance and a' shame did chase them in his sark.

  • Steep(Definition of steep)
  • They say how can men be great artists unless they steep themselves in the stream of life.

  • Topee(Definition of topee)
  • Topper(Definition of topper)
  • Stoppage(Definition of stoppage)
  • They went a few hundred yards up the road, then there was another stoppage, and father maguire had again to exercise his power of will, and he was so successful that the last half-mile of the road was accomplished almost without a stop.

  • Stoop(Definition of stoop)
  • I stoop to his ear and ask softly: "why did you do this?"

  • Stomp(Definition of stomp)
  • Big joe duskin displayed on his 1979 album, cincinnati stomp, a command of piano blues and boogie-woogie, which he had absorbed at first hand in the 1940s from albert ammons and pete johnson.

  • Stopple(Definition of stopple)
  • In her hand was a jar of fragrant oil. she broke the jar, not waiting to take out the stopple, and poured the oil upon his feet.

  • Stop(Definition of stop)
  • Did you ever stop to think what it would have meant to me, to lose the use of my hand?"

  • Steppe(Definition of steppe)
  • One herd in the steppe will consist of 1000 horses; but the keepers of herds will have several.

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