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Spell Check of stretch

Correct spelling: stretch

Definition of stretch:

  1. Extension in length or breadth; reach; effort; strain; straining; utmost extent of meaning; utmost reach of power; tack; course; direction.
  2. To draw out to greater length; to extend in breadth; to spread; to expand; to reach; to extend; to spread; to strain; to exaggerate.
  3. To be drawn out in length or in breadth; to be extended; to spread; to exaggerate; to sail.

Common misspellings for stretch:

scretch, strerch, sterch, sadriatic sea.


Google Ngram Viewer results for stretch:

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

Examples of usage for stretch:

  1. Then did I stretch myself out on my rugs with a deep sigh of relief and allow Gertrud to fuss over me. –  by
  2. The shadows grew very long; the shadows of the rocks on the water looked as though they would stretch across to Thiessow before the sun had done with them. –  by
  3. How the little ones stretch up and grow tall and slender in their attempt to get the sunlight! –  by

Quotes for stretch:

  1. I try to always stretch myself to fit the characters that have been presented.
  2. I would like to do a part that would stretch me. In America it seems to me that you just take your clothes off and that helps, but I wouldn't want to do that.
  3. The key to this collaboration- which we undertook after much deliberation- was to stretch creatively. New characters, new locales, new form( the novella).
  4. I have a nervous breakdown in the film and in one scene I get to stand at the top of the stairs waving an empty sherry bottle which is, of course, a typical scene from my daily life, so isn't much of a stretch.
  5. Jazz tickles your muscles, symphonies stretch your soul.

Rhymes for stretch:

  1. etch, fetch, ketch, retch, sketch, wretch, meche;
  2. kvetch, outstretch;