How to spell STACKE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell stacke correctly

  • sack "Give me a sack and I will go to get it," said Aponitolau, and he went.
  • sacked "Why, Mary, thou didst but recently say thy very self that Norman of Torn was most courteous to thee when he sacked this, thy father's castle.
  • sake Do, for my sake!"
  • stack Of Hynds House itself one couldn't see anything but a stack of chimneys above a forest of trees.
  • stacked In July hay was cut, dried, and stacked.
  • stacks They had stacks of unmistakable yellow gold before them-actually stacks.
  • stag Three Wits rode the Stag around the house three times.
  • stage We ride, we take a stage.
  • stake The gods only know what pain it will give me to lose you both, and yet I repeat a thousand times: Go back to Persia, and remember that none but fools stake life and happiness to no purpose.
  • stakes Big stakes always work them up."
  • stalk Then as this stalk is no longer cropped, it leads the tree upward.
  • stalker New York, 1890. 1890-91 Stalker, J., The Preacher and His Models.
  • stark The house looked stark and desolate.
  • steak "No, there was no steak to-night.
  • stick He spoke only one word, but there was a world of confidence in his tone: " Stick."
  • sticker She glued a sticker to the back of the window.
  • sticky I can't get my hands off the sticky dessert.
  • stock
  • stocked The store is stocked with all the necessary supplies.
  • stocky
  • stoke I was so excited to go see my old friend, but when I arrived there was no sign of her.
  • stoker The stoker was responsible for keeping the coal burning.
  • stuck My hair is stuck in the comb.
  • tack The box was quite heavy, so I added a few pieces of tack to hold it together.
  • tacker He caught the tackler with a powerful tackle.
  • tacky This is a really tacky outfit.
  • take
  • Stank The air in the room smelled REALLY bad.
  • Staked She had staked her claim to his heart and he wasn't going to let her go without a fight.
  • Stacie My big sister Stacie always has my back.
  • Stacey My grandmother is named Stacey.
  • Starkey My uncle is married to a starkey.
  • Starker In the dark, the starkest contrast was the bright light emanating from the Starker house.

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