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How to spell SERPS correctly?

If you're trying to search for "serps" and it's not giving you the results you need, try "serfs" (medieval peasants), "serums" (medicinal fluids) or "serapes" (Mexican shawls). These alternatives could lead you to the information you're looking for.

List of suggestions on how to spell serps correctly

  • herpes I have herpes, but I'm not afraid to tell you.
  • PEPS
  • REPS I did three sets of ten reps each for my bicep curls.
  • RPS I love playing RPS with my friends during lunch break.
  • saps I found a saps hidden in the bushes.
  • SARS The SARS virus is causing a global health crisis.
  • scarps She had a nasty scarps on her neck.
  • sears I need to go to Sears to buy a new kitchen appliance.
  • seas My love for the seas will never die.
  • SECS
  • seep Water can seep through cracks in the dam.
  • seeps The water seeps through the the soil.
  • SEERS The seers were the keepers of the Seven Seals.
  • sees She sees the beauty in everything.
  • sens
  • sept
  • serapes The market was full of colorful serapes and blankets.
  • Serbs Serbs are a Slavic ethnic group with a rich culture and history.
  • serfs In Russia, the serfs were the lowest class of peasant.
  • series John is a big fan of the television series "Doctor Who.
  • serous The serous fluid lubricated the surfaces of the internal organs.
  • serpens Serpens is a constellation that is visible in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres.
  • serves
  • servos The robot's servos enabled it to move independantly.
  • sets He was checking the engine's oil, checking the 'sets' on the car.
  • setups We have a few setups in our office to make copying easier.
  • Seuss
  • sews My grandmother sews beautiful dresses for me every Christmas.
  • SHARPS The nurse disposed of the used SHARPS in the designated container.
  • SIPS She took small sips of the hot tea to avoid burning her tongue.
  • SIRS The police are looking for the suspect, Sirs.
  • skips The rabbit skips through the grass in the field.
  • sleeps He sleeps for at least 8 hours every night.
  • Soaps I love to watch all of the different kinds of Soaps on television in the daytime.
  • sops The politician offered sops to the voters in an attempt to win the upcoming election.
  • soups I love to make different soups for dinner, especially in the winter months.
  • steps I took the steps to improve my time management skills.
  • sups I'm planning to make spaghetti and meatballs for sups tonight.
  • swaps He often swaps his lunch with his colleagues.
  • sweeps The broom sweeps the dirt off the floor.
  • syrups I poured myself a cup of coffee and added some creamer and syrups.
  • usurps The new leader usurps the power from the old one.

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