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Spell Check of stretch

Correct spelling: stretch

Common misspellings for stretch:

  • strech (52%)
  • streach (21%)
  • strecth (8%)
  • streatch (7%)
  • stetch (2%)
  • strectch (2%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Stretch \s-tret-ch, st-re-tch\

Stretch as a boy's name.

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.
  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.
  3. How the little ones stretch up and grow tall and slender in their attempt to get the sunlight!

Quotes for stretch:

  1. I try to always stretch myself to fit the characters that have been presented. - Kathy Bates
  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. - Courteney Cox
  3. The key to this collaboration- which we undertook after much deliberation- was to stretch creatively. New characters, new locales, new form( the novella). - Jonathan Kellerman
  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. - Emma Thompson
  5. Jazz tickles your muscles, symphonies stretch your soul. - Paul Whiteman

Rhymes for stretch:

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

Idioms for stretch:

  1. by any stretch of the imagination
  2. at a stretch
  3. stretch sth out ( to sm or sth)
  4. stretch sm or sth out