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Spell Check of stage

Correct spelling: stage

Common misspellings for stage:

sauge, stadagy, stategy, starnge, satge, atake, stanger, seattke, steaky, estage, staep, styke, savige, fatige, storagae, cotage, vtiger, stange, starget, sttae, cittage, hositage, steaglle, stoage, staek, statig, storgae, storeage, gtake, sdfg, stang, stoargae, strag, stodgey, starnger, mesatge, suauage, sfdg, doseage, stape, stragey, stragiey, sitemake, storege, strage, satege, hastage, posatge, staker, sosage, stafe, sabitage, stge, sstorage, stae, suffage, sittig, sauceage, sturglle, storrage, stayde, stagna, stagecacoh, savge, santoago, vitage, staregy, mustake, srage, santagio, mstake, heitage, stroeage, fatuge, susage, strouge, stockadge, straegy, nostagia, stuuk, stroage, fatuige, stogner, stadge, mustag, staik, stage1, hostge, starke, sepage, steake, strager, stofe, sootcase, stagma, sohrtage, sasuge, mistaque, sasauge, starge.

What does the abbreviation stage mean?

STAGE abbreviation definitions:
–  Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event
–  Scenario Toolkit And Generation Environment

Google Ngram Viewer results for stage:

This graph shows how "stage" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for stage:

  1. No drama, however great, is entirely independent of the stage on which it is given.
  2. I would say that the war correspondent gets more drinks, more girls, better pay, and greater freedom than the soldier, but at this stage of the game, having the freedom to choose his spot and being allowed to be a coward and not be executed for it is his torture.
  3. Now I can stand up on the stage again like I used to after five years of sitting down while I sang.
  4. Sony could have $50 million and a sound stage and A -list actors and never make the same film. The constraints on this film became the essence of this film, became the power of this film.
  5. I was able to go from stage hand to floor manager to assistant director to director in a year because there was just no one else to do it and what I didn't realise and what people don't understand now about television is that we used to do about five shows a day.

Rhymes for stage:

  1. gage, gaige, kage, sage, cage, age, rage, paige, upstage, page, hage, lage, gauge, wage;
  2. backstage, assuage, engage, onstage, osage, enrage, offstage;
  3. under-age, disengage;