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Correct spelling for STREERED
We think the word streered 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 streered
- Stored(Definition of stored)
- Starred(Definition of starred)
- Strawed(Definition of Strawed)
- Stripped(Definition of stripped)
- Stringed(Definition of Stringed)
- Stretched(Definition of stretched)
- Streaked(Definition of streaked)
- Street(Definition of street)
- Striated(Definition of Striated)
- Stoppered(Definition of stoppered)
- Strained(Definition of strained)
- Stirred(Definition of stirred)
- Striped(Definition of striped)
- Strewed(Definition of Strewed)
She stooped slightly as she walked, and she staggered a little.
The guns and ammunition were all stored together on one ship under a safe guard, and the mutiny was stamped out.
Hardly a vestige of a house or cottage remained where many had been before the war. here and there one could see the entrance to a cellar; the charred stump of a strafed tree; the remains of a garden; or a bit of a cemetery.
The wind had blown the fog away, and the sky was like a monstrous peacock's tail, starred with myriads of golden eyes.
11:8 and many spread their garments in the way: and others cut down branches off the trees, and strawed them in the way.
This was the only oxford university eight ever steered by a professional.
2. nouns ending in s do not change unless the last syllable is stressed.
Sometimes smoke streamed blue from bland's stovepipe.
Paul stared at him truly dumfounded.
He stripped off the other's clothes, as rapidly as he could make his hands fly.
She had already stretched her visit to greater length than she intended.
"i-i'm very sorry," he stammered.
Cross up sorpiala, and you could end up strapped to the nearest alter with a stone knife hovering in a pair of hairy fists over your chest.
So i streaked my cheeks with the only moisture at hand.
She stood by the window looking out into the street.
The jesuit replied by looking meaningly at the small glass-stoppered bottle.
For a little space she lost all intimacy with herself; she looked at her face in the glass and swallowed water, thinking that she had strained a dream and confused her brain with it.
Mild and gentle, as he was brave, when the sweetest love of his life he gave to simple things; where the violets grew blue as the eyes they were likened to, the touches of his hands have strayed as reverently as his lips have prayed; while the little brown thrush that harshly chirped was dear to him as the mocking bird; and he pitied as much as a man in pain a writhing honey-bee wet with rain.
Wished you stayed But like A little dog You up and strayed– The Bed That You Made by Whitney Duncan
No one stirred in the room.
"guess i'll wear my striped muslin," said mrs. daggett to herself happily.