Correct spelling for CROOP

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Possible correct spellings for croop

  • coop The very little chickens and ducklings do not have grain, but soft food, which is put in a saucer and placed inside the coop.
  • cop "Oh, I forgot," apologized Cop.
  • corot In that half-century the Barbizon School, those great men of 1830, Corot, Rousseau, Millet, Daubigny, Troyon, Diaz, and the rest had come to fruition.
  • corp No the corp, for he turnt awa', ye tell me, frae hit," Cosmo ventured at length to remark.
  • coup The Water-gate, where Tippoo Sultan got his coup de grace in the general flight of his people, is just the quiet and peaceful place in which to doze and dream for a summer day on the green sward under the park-like trees.
  • crape Bombazine and crape, a widow's cap; and a long; thick veil-such is the modern English idea.
  • creep At noon, the landlady entered his room, and seeing him asleep, tried to creep away noiselessly.
  • crepe The Duchesse de G-was a fine relict of the ancien regime-tall and stately, with her own grey hair crepe, and surmounted by a high cap of the most dazzling blonde.
  • crook "I dunno what that's got to do with it, but the feller's name is Paddington, an' he's the worst kind of a crook-a 'tec gone wrong.
  • croon They sang of ships, and the bosun piped, The hoarse watch roared a tune, The taut sheets whined in the twanging wind, You heard the breakers croon.
  • crop As the seed is now drilled in, and the plants grow in mathematically straight lines, of course when the crop is reaped, if you stand at one side of the field you can see right across between the short stubbs, so that a mouse could hardly find shelter.
  • cropper It's all straight enough, of course, but the funny thing is that if one hears one day that Wildred has come rather a cropper at Newmarket or the Derby, or somewhere else, the news within the month is pretty sure to be that another Johnny in Australia or elsewhere has conveniently slipped his cable and left Wildred a cool fifty thousand or so at the very least."
  • croup With simple-minded and honest Willy Croup, who had long lived with her and for her; with Mrs. Perley, the minister's wife; with all her old neighbors and friends, she wished to live as she had always lived, but, of course, with a difference.
  • croupy In inflammation of the larynx, including true croup, the cough may be hoarse, croupy, or sometimes almost noiseless.
  • crow "Ay, but let us hear the conditions," said Crow.
  • droop Dr. Thatcher felt the same beauty and power in the droop of the head which had attracted him first in the old school-house, only enriched and in nobler colorings here.
  • grope The man, with his bespattered eyes, had to grope his way to the pool, or get some kindly soul to lead him through the scoffing, doubtful crowd.
  • group The rest of us followed him; Abell and Moneta first, they being innocent and unsuspicious; and then Lynch, and then Joe and I. The prophet stepped out to the street, and was instantly surrounded by a group of a dozen ex-service men, two of whom grasped him by the arms.
  • troop "A little troop of Boches.
  • goop Only a Goop would act that way And be dishonest in her play.
  • crops 13,712. A farmer, for instance, pays his labourers weekly or fortnightly, as the case may be, and he very often does not realize his crops until many months afterwards?
  • after-world My consciousness of evil-doing, however, rested lightly upon me. I had escaped the strap which hung behind the kitchen door, and which was a much more immediate menace than any possible torments of the after-world.

17 words made from the letters croop

3 letter words made from croop:

cop, pro, coo, crp, prc, cpr, roc, cro.

4 letter words made from croop:

5 letter words made from croop:

croop, corpo.

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