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Correct spelling for STREGHTH

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Possible correct spellings for streghth

  • Streak
  • The storm and night were passed, the light to streak the east began; the cabin-boy, picked up at sea, survived the wreck, and only he, to tell of the carmilhan.

  • Stealthy
  • On the pavement stones each stealthy step gives back a muffled sound, till the last foot-fall seems in distance drowned.

  • Troth
  • Stress
  • Strep
  • Truth
  • Stealth
  • Selma cross, with swift stealth, disappeared into the apartment-hall and closed the outer door; then returned, facing him.

  • Stretch
  • Street
  • She stood in the same position, and watched him go down the street.

  • Straighter
  • Showers of sparks, incandescent as they left the towering stacks, fell in gray flakes on the decks and the river, the bluish smoke of the wood fires trailing straighter and straighter astern as the packet rounded into the boiling current and pushed upstream at a constantly increasing speed, leaving behind her the western metropolis on the left-hand bank and a straggling hamlet on the other.

  • Strew
  • Strewn
  • Straight
  • But he had now gone straight for two years, and mr. dupee believed he would keep straight.

  • Stream
  • 1151. the original name was chrusaor, which had no relation to a golden stream: at least that part of it was so named which ran through the city mastaura.

  • Strata
  • But the uplifted strata do not stand up 500 feet above the general surface; on the contrary, the outline of the country, as expressed by the line z z, is uniformly undulating, without any break, and the mass indicated by the dotted outline must have been washed away.

  • Strait
  • They brought us indeed to this place, but, instead of a harbour, we found only a narrow strait, with a rapid tide setting through it, and rocky anchoring ground.

  • Stretchy
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