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Spell Check of stern

Correct spelling: stern

Common misspellings for stern:

sturbon, steong, steri, sterly, decern, surroun, esteen, sterss, sittin, scert, souhern, streo, stero, stubbern, stuburn, sitin, retern, scerd, stoeln, sizteen, soutn, soutern, descern, stren, stefen, estern, eeastern, souterhn, sternem, soter, seveteen, cetner, sytun, sitten, sterdy, sistern, ceritn, serton, starnge, sbeen, stoen, stron, starin, strengh, stirng, stearin, sturnly, suergon, surten, soutehrn, stuten, steoro, iten, setin, sturnum, stien, cetin, rten, stephn, cetnre, steph, lturn, tearn, pttern, styne, stion, stear, qusten, osteen, suthern, litern, wertern, patern, saten, storng, souhtern, setain, systen, asteen, stree, syterm, stubern, stoerd, sitefor, stearl, sterio, sureon, sudenn, siernna, lsiten, stonr, werstern, sateing, lsten, stealn, motern, studen, sten, westen, steaing.

Stern \s-te-rn\

stern; star
Stern as a boy's name is a variant of Sterne (Middle English, German), and the meaning of Stern is "stern; star".
Sothern, Stearn, Stearns, Stearne.

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Quotes for stern:

  1. To most men experience is like the stern lights of a ship, which illuminate only the track it has passed.
  2. It is funny because the guy who is my boss now, Howard Stern, has a similarity there. He got big being a regular guy. He wasn't the greatest looking guy in the world.
  3. When I got on Stern I realized that this was the one job where you could be really honest and open, almost like Richard Pryor or something. You can be honest about your life and get laughs.
  4. Brilliantly lit from stem to stern, she looked like a sagging birthday cake.
  5. I don't blame David Stern because a player gets on the court and he doesn't put out competitively. No one can make you play if you don't want to play.

Rhymes for stern:

  1. learn, bern, berne, stearn, earn, kearn, urn, kern, herne, dern, spurn, durn, yearn, verne, sterne, fern, burne, burn, hern, hearn, turn, vern, cern, erne, churn, hurn, byrne, hearne, stearne;
  2. return, concern, sauterne, discern, aherne, ahern, ahearn, adjourn, laverne, upturn;
  3. unconcern;