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Correct spelling for STDENT
We think the word stdent is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for stdent
- Stoned(Definition of stoned)
- Stint(Definition of stint)
- Stunt(Definition of stunt)
- Student(Definition of student)
- Strident(Definition of strident)
One cup of dates, stoned and cut in pieces, may be used instead of raisins and currants.
And then in the evenings, when she would be singing her baby to sleep, the little shop would be full of miners, listening in dead silence to the baby-songs, and the english songs, and the scotch songs she poured forth without stint, for she sang more for them than for her baby.
Some students can stand a thorough bath every day.
Want to show the boys a new stunt, bland?
Having stolen passage across the atlantic, it is now making itself at home about college point, long island; on staten island; near philadelphia, and maybe elsewhere.
And yet, there is still something that can be said for wilde at this time which certainly provides the student with another aspect of him.
Out they flashed, breaking up the mystery, defying the mountains, as insistent and strident as life.