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Correct spelling for STORLLED
We think the word storlled 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 storlled
- Startled(Definition of startled)
- Tolled(Definition of Tolled)
- Stored(Definition of stored)
- Storied(Definition of storied)
- Styled(Definition of styled)
- Steeled(Definition of Steeled)
- Stalled(Definition of Stalled)
- Stolid(Definition of stolid)
I should not have startled you so.
Immediately the bell of the church tolled, to give notice of his arrival, that all who wished to confess or get married, who had sick to be visited, children to be baptized, or dead to be buried, might apply to him, and have their wants attended to.
The fuel-store-stored power-was thereupon stretched to three times its former calculated usefulness.
On thursday, my boy, the report that a friend of the well-known southern confederacy had been arrested and court-martialled, in ohio, for simply advising the intelligent masses to set fire to a few union hospitals and go hunting after american eagles by the light thereof,-this report, i say, excited amongst the loyal but seditious patriots of storied accomac an indignation that was anything but speechless.
This i had not experienced through all my journeyings in desert, for, as the ancient arabian writers have styled this country, it is a "dry country," from egypt to the atlantic.
He was saved from it by sir george's servant, a stolid silent man, who might be warranted to ride twenty miles without speaking.