Correct spelling for STCKS
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Possible correct spellings for stcks
- stacks How the stacks of food went!
- stakes "Every evening we made a great fire and built a shelter out of a large hollow piece of bark, fixed on four stakes.
- stocks A young man lost his money in stocks the other day and killed himself.
- sticks Growing on old leaves, sticks, etc.
- storks Now as he mused in the cloister he stopped short with a deep sigh, and stood before the storks, and said: Away, happy birds; you have leave.
- stags Though he was but ten years old, he had lived longer than most stags, and had more wits to start with into the bargain.
- sacks When I begun that shed Abe Pike were a young man, and I seed under the roof of it when the work were done sacks o' yellow wheat, piled up.
- SUCKS The lamb makes for its mother and sucks away-a blessed relief for the wounded udder to be emptied now.
- SOCKS He'd only got what 'e stood up in, and the only pair of socks he'd got to his feet was in such a state of 'oles that they had to be throwed away.
- steaks And if you love the taste of Onions, you may rub the Pan well over with one, before you lay in the Steaks or Collops; or when they are in the dish, you may beat some Onion-water amongst the Gravy.
- Stokes Stokes was immensely interested in that compelling frieze.
3 words made from the letters stcks
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