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Correct spelling for STRADAGY
We think the word stradagy 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 stradagy
- Stratagem(Definition of stratagem)
- Straddle(Definition of straddle)
- Strung(Definition of strung)
- Strait(Definition of strait)
- Strategy(Definition of strategy)
- Stranger(Definition of stranger)
- Storage(Definition of storage)
- Strata(Definition of Strata)
- Stratify(Definition of stratify)
- Strategic(Definition of strategic)
- Stride(Definition of stride)
- Strong(Definition of strong)
- Straight(Definition of straight)
- Streaky(Definition of streaky)
- Strode(Definition of Strode)
- Strange(Definition of strange)
The nun slept, as i thought; but even if her sleep was feigned, should i be angry with her for the stratagem?
And when it come to fair and square jumping on a dead level, he could get over more ground at one straddle than any animal of his breed you ever see.
The gaping newcomer always failed to note the perils of the passage through the shop; and while staring at the sheets of paper strung in groves across the ceiling, ran against the rows of cases, or knocked his hat against the tie-bars that secured the presses in position.
Yet he recalled his last trip across the strait, when she had fainted with the heat-fainted again and again-as they had attempted, with such distress and agony, to screen her from a glare as pitiless as a furnace.
His strategy was to negotiate from a platform which provided the largest numbers of supporters.
Where is the stranger?
Then a messenger was sent running to the baron, who presently came striding across the open court-yard to the gateway to parley with the strangers.
Penny tried to explain about the tunnel of boxes which led to a hidden storage room.
On the removal of the weight, the layers of clay were found to be curved and folded, so as to bear a miniature resemblance to the strata in the cliffs.
For many years, the bcr-abl was simply used as a biomarker to stratify a certain subtype of leukemia.
Every day added to the strength of the works and to the importance of the post as a strategic position for the advance guard of the british army.
It did not help slavin either to have nixon stride in through the crowd drinking at his bar and give him words of warning.
If I could only hit my stride I'll make it to the other side– Serendipity by barenaked ladies
The strong arm of terry jerked him in to safety.
I am weak but Thou heart strong Jesus keep me from all wrong– Just a Closer Walk With Thee by Loretta Lynn
He might-but-well, after one straight talk-not another word.
-take some full-grown mushrooms, and having cleaned them, procure a few rashers of nice streaky bacon, and fry it in the usual manner.
He left them playing and strode out to return to his cabin.
I thought it nothing strange.