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  • safe Cyril said so; and he is safe in his Father's house-in his Father's and mine!
  • scoff Those who are still completely earth-tied and glory in their ignorance would scoff and call you crazy; but would they matter?"
  • sofa And presently, while it was still being done, "But mother isn't much alive-there's the sofa-perhaps that's why...."
  • soft He took her hand and held it, looking down at the soft white fingers.
  • staff What is the staff about?
  • staffer Why did he call Staffer a foreigner?
  • stage We had a beautiful French bed in which to spend the night, and in the morning we were awakened by the noise of the stage coach.
  • stake I still have hopes of G.; he is certainly lazy, but, at any rate, I know that he knows what is at stake and what should be done.
  • stale "He has gone stale," they said.
  • staph The Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) recommends treating uncomplicated methicillin resistant staph aureus (MRSA) bacteremia with a 14-day course of intravenous vancomycin.
  • stare Cunningham nodded acquiescence and followed him, turning to stare again at Miss McClean before he strode away with long, even strides that had a reassuring effect on any one who watched him.
  • starve I shall not starve.
  • state Twelve months after the drawing was completed, the fortunate person was required to pay into the State treasury four dollars for every hundred acres contained in his lot.
  • stave Having secured your recruits, you must assemble them at some central point where you have a large quantity of arms and equipment stored, generally at your own expense-though "Sam" Hughes is remedying this-and issue these, stave off complaints that the fit is not exactly up to West End standards, and, if you are an old "stager," give them an hour or two of drill while enthusiasm is at its maximum.
  • stiff "Cold and stiff," replied the inspector, in a hushed voice.
  • stifle In order that he might not rouse the house he buried his face in his pillow so as to stifle his sobs.
  • stile Thus speaking she turned from the stile over which she had been leaning, and faced him; whereupon his eyes, falling casually upon the familiar countenance and form, remained contemplating her.
  • stoat Even as the weasel, the stoat, and certain of her types of ferocious animals, kill for the lust of killing, so these evil-minded people pursue their depredations.
  • stock A chair pulled forward, a box of cigars offered, and the two friends took stock in each other's eyes of what the last year had done for each.
  • stodge With the addition of cutlets from the best end of a neck of mutton, the same recipe as the above will serve for this dish, which it must be remembered should be more of a "stodge" than a broth.
  • stoic In her heart she felt for Betsey something of the contempt which the stoic in all ranks of life feels for the epicurean.
  • stoke The daffodils were in their full glory in a field and orchard beyond Stoke Canon Woods.
  • stoker Casey was a stoker, and knew how fuel should be applied.
  • stole At daybreak, Madame de Vandemar stole into the chamber.
  • stone A stone on it, and the river?
  • stony You are my stony- hearted fate.
  • stooge
  • stool
  • stoop
  • stop
  • store
  • storey
  • stork
  • storm
  • story
  • stoup
  • stout
  • stove
  • stow
  • stowe
  • strafe
  • strife
  • stuff
  • stuffy
  • style
  • toff
  • tofu
  • Steve Steve lowered his voice.
  • Stood No troops on earth could have stood it.
  • Strove
  • Stevie Good old Stevie, she's a great borrower.
  • Stine In the ruin ahead, mixed and broken with the other rubble, were the bodies of all the people who had trusted him. Lea. Beautiful and cruelly dead Lea. Dr. Stine, his patients, Faussel, all of them.
  • stows
  • STE At last they reached the outlet of Lake Superior, the forest-girt Strait of St. Mary, and paddled up as far as the falls, the Sault Ste.
  • STOL STOL is an acronym for a short takeoff and landing aircraft, which have short runway requirements for takeoff and landing.
  • stogie The young cleric gazed at us inquiringly, as if he expected to hear us exclaim about the cruelty to animals, but catching his eye I smiled, and said something about "ces bons chiens," at which he seemed relieved, and nodded back grinning, but he did not remove the stogie from his mouth.
  • stiffer His manner was equally courteous, but notably stiffer: he was as much at his ease, but more reserved.
  • stoves

17 words made from the letters stofe

3 letter words made from stofe:

eos, eft, toe, sot, oft, foe, set, fes, est.

5 letter words made from stofe:

setof, festo, esoft.

4 letter words made from stofe:

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Booged

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