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Correct spelling for STOPRE
We think the word stopre 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 stopre
- Stop(Definition of stop)
- Steeper(Definition of steeper)
- Stopper(Definition of stopper)
- Store(Definition of store)
- Story(Definition of story)
- Spree(Definition of spree)
- Stopped(Definition of stopped)
- Stoop(Definition of stoop)
- Storey(Definition of storey)
- Stripe(Definition of stripe)
- Strew(Definition of strew)
- Spore(Definition of spore)
- Stupor(Definition of stupor)
- Stopple(Definition of stopple)
- Stare(Definition of stare)
- Stoppered(Definition of stoppered)
- Stoup(Definition of stoup)
- Stepper(Definition of stepper)
- Spare(Definition of spare)
- Steppe(Definition of steppe)
- Spire(Definition of spire)
- Strop(Definition of strop)
They were glad to have us stop by.
They were following a ledge, now; on the left, there was a sheer drop of several hundred feet, and on the right a cliff rose above them, growing higher and steeper as the trail slanted upward.
5. invent a way to loosen a glass stopper stuck in the neck of a bottle.
Then she plucked her mother's dress and whispered: "please don't, mother, i'll pay it back for him out of my share from the store, he's awful 'shamed."
This story has more to it.
Or a volcano on a spree, or herd of elephants at tea.
Juve stopped him very soon.
Cards are the staple amusement of a quiet evening in new york.
"i will not stoop to deny it, of course.
Betty went up the beautiful staircase, noting as she went its beauties, from storey to storey.
All the day i listen to mamma talking; at dinner i listen to papa talking; and when papa stops for breath i listen to johnny talking.
The spores are chiefly compound, at first resembling septate threads, and at length breaking up into joints, each joint of which possesses the function of a spore.
The guns were secured, the stoppers loosened, the magazine closed, the ports lashed, and the crew withdrew to their several ordinary duties, like men whose violence had been completely subdued by the triumphant influence of a master spirit.
From one corner she drew forth a large bamboo with a grass stopple in it. this held the wine the guests would sip so sparingly, for the tagals are a sober people and seldom drink enough fermented liquor to hurt them.
He tried to meet the cold stare of his partner steadily.
On opening it he found the ozak in two four-ounce, glass-stoppered bottles, and these be put in his pocket.
Stoup and roup, adv. completely, s. i. e. stump and rump.
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He felt he must spare her, for the present, at least.
The background was a shadowy suggestion of steppe farm-land, unobtrusively implying vast distances of bluish-gray.
I know i was to miami on a stopover.
Then her eye fell upon the spire of st. james's church, on clerkenwell green, whose bells used to be so familiar to her.