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Correct spelling for STUPOUR
We think the word stupour 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 stupour
- Spout(Definition of spout)
- Setup(Definition of setup)
- Steeper(Definition of steeper)
- Spoor(Definition of spoor)
- Stupor(Definition of stupor)
- Step(Definition of step)
- Spur(Definition of spur)
- Stoop(Definition of stoop)
- Stop(Definition of stop)
- Stout(Definition of stout)
- Stopper(Definition of stopper)
- Stepper(Definition of stepper)
- Supper(Definition of supper)
- Super(Definition of super)
- Stoup(Definition of stoup)
No sooner, however, had teddy raised the man and slammed him down on his back under the spout, than the lad let go of his victim and darted off into the shadows.
We can't lose with the setup we've got.
A backward glance at the steps puzzled her, for they had grown steeper than before and impossible to climb down again, or up, for the matter of that, and the door before which they stood was now at such a height from the ground as to make her feel giddy to look below.
Evidently the herd had broken up here-i knew that from the spoor-and penetrated the opposite bush in little troops.
For two days he remained in a kind of stupor, and at the end of that time he died.
"do you not see why i took this step?
With bridle and spur their riders kept them up, for a fall would have thrown them into the power of their fancied pursuers.
Dan sat on the stoop crying.
I did not stop to think."
But she did not believe that it was all up yet, though here a stupider woman might, perhaps, have arrived at more correct conclusions.
I'll beg your honour to let me pass-i am able for it now-i am quite stout again.
Solace drowned in my last stout I was in, now i'm out– Too Drunk by fiddlers green
From the 17th to the 19th centuries, french immigration, supplemented by influxes of africans, chinese, malays, and malabar indians, gave the island its ethnic mix. the opening of the suez canal in 1869 cost the island its importance as a stopover on the east indies trade route.
He gave it a little shake, and took out the stopper.
bouncing to the window, cut my head, show stopper i want a hundred fans, 200 teeny boppers– Self Suicide by Goldie Lookin Chain
Having discussed in detail the various symptoms and theoretic aspects of the benign stupors, it may be well to have these observations and speculations summarized.
See empson yourself; he will put my stepper mab to the light trap; no delay.
Ah, yes-supper, to be sure!
The deficiency is to be explained only in the super- abundance of emotional life.
They daddle at the creek, whaur down fra aff the reachin'-logs i stoup, wi' my dear laddie, and the dogs, an' drink o' springs that spait the creek maist to the logs.