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Correct spelling for STURRED

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Possible correct spellings for sturred

  • Slurred
  • This, too, was slurred and mumbled.

  • Soured
  • Izzy's pock-marked face soured for a second as he stared at gordon.

  • Starred
  • He knew perfectly well, as several bullets pierced the lifting planes and one starred on the stay he had tightened, that their troubles had by no means ceased when they left the uhlans behind them.

  • Stirred
  • For one second no one stirred.

  • Stored
  • Lanyard did not hope to find the montalais jewels stored away in such a place, liane would surely take better care of them than that; assuming they were in her possession they would be under her hand, if not confused with her own treasures; still it could do no harm to make sure.

  • Storied
  • My faithful alila retired with me into one of the low-storied cabins to pass the night, as we had been in the habit of doing while staying with the tinguians.

  • Stride
  • At his fourth stride taffy's feet, too, began to sink, but at every stride he gained something.

  • Turret
  • I know that first you climb a rough, rather narrow road up from the river, that the trees close about you very gradually, that there is a little church with a green turret and a fine view of the nestor, and that there a broad solemn avenue of silver birch leads you forward, gently and without any sinister omens.

  • Tarred
  • The worst point about them, as already noted, is the stale and commonplace impertinence with which their author, unlike the best breed of young poets and men of letters, attempts to satirise his literary betters; while they are to some extent at any rate tarred with the other two brushes of corrupt imitation of the ancients, and of sham moral indignation.

  • Spurred
  • As he spurred away to the outer fringe of his herd he was not thinking over-much of carr's warning; somehow barbee's stuck closer in his mind.

  • Steered
  • I said what anyone would, and steered him back to quarters before he'd think better of it.

  • Strode
  • His uncle was in the library, having just bowed out his last guest, when the boy strode in.

  • Stared
  • Julie stared at her, as she took in the question.

  • Sutured