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  • staid He represented himself to be her husband, and he staid with her till the next morning.
  • stand " Stand up, Sir Richard," she cried, "and look at this man.
  • stare "The reasons may be good, sir," he retorted with a stare, "but they are not evident."
  • starr I could not possibly accept any money from Theodore Starr nor his people."
  • starred 22. Among those fathers were the venerable remnants of classes that are starred to the last two or three, or it may be to the last one.
  • start He came to himself with a start.
  • stead So I came in his stead to tell you that if you would like to come into the house you must do so without the slightest hesitation, because my mother and I do not mind that dressing-gown any more than if it were an ordinary coat.
  • steady It was as steady as a rock.
  • steroid In addition to their role as natural hormones, androgens are used as medications; for information on androgens as medications, see the androgen replacement therapy and anabolic steroid articles.
  • stirred And I suppose maybe that stirred me up.
  • stored These men, of whom very few could read and write, had at their command all the most effective verses of their poets having thousands of lines stored in their minds.
  • storied It will hereafter rank as one of the storied rivers of history, the scene of mighty battles, where the red tide of German success ebbed in its flow.
  • strait The 15th being a pleasant morning, a party of us went over to the East Bay, and climbed one of the hills which overlooked the eastern part of the Strait, in order to look for the Adventure.
  • strand It was the appearance of this opening that had attracted the attention of the two mounted men; and from their gestures Colin could tell they were talking about it, as if undecided whether to go that way or keep on up the strand.
  • strap He didn't have no baggage-only a paper box and a strap.
  • straw If I buy corn or straw from any person in this neighbourhood for my horse or my cows, I would only get it delivered to me in the dark, because the people are afraid the merchants would know about it.
  • stray "He acts like a stray cat," said Little O'Grady.
  • stria
  • stride
  • strut
  • stud
  • trad
  • trade
  • tread
  • triad
  • Trod
  • Steered Harkins steered him up against nearly everything in those first few days and he never fell down.
  • Strata If, then, between the lowest fossiliferous formations and the most recent, there exists this degree of community; must we not infer that there will probably often exist a great degree of community between strata that are far from contemporaneous?
  • Strawed
  • Strayed
  • Striae
  • Strode
  • stared Miss Daggett stared at him.
  • Sutured
  • STD Before this, exchanges in "Director" areas (Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, London and Manchester) dialled 846 (TIM), later changing to 123, and main exchanges in "non-Director" areas originally used "952", later changing to "80" with the introduction of STD and eventually to "8081" as other recorded services were introduced on 80X1 codes.
  • STAT Acts of 1869, page 77; Rev. Stat.
  • Estrada Executive branch: chief of state: President Gloria MACAPAGAL-ARROYO (since 20 January 2001) and Vice President Teofisto GUINGONA (since 20 January 2001); note - the president is both the chief of state and head of government head of government: President Gloria MACAPAGAL-ARROYO (since 20 January 2001) and Vice President Teofisto GUINGONA (since 20 January 2001); note - the president is both the chief of state and head of government cabinet: Cabinet appointed by the president with the consent of the Commission of Appointments elections: president and vice president elected on separate tickets by popular vote for six-year terms; election last held 11 May 1998 (next to be held 16 May 2004) election results: results of the last presidential election - Joseph Ejercito ESTRADA elected president; percent of vote - approximately 40%; Gloria MACAPAGAL-ARROYO elected vice president; percent of vote - 55%; note - on 20 January 2001, Vice President Gloria MACAPAGAL-ARROYO was sworn in as the constitutional successor to President Joseph ESTRADA after the Supreme Court declared that ESTRADA was unable to rule in view of the mass resignations from his government; according to the Constitution, only in cases of death, permanent disability, removal from office, or resignation of the president, can the vice president serve for the unexpired term
  • strafed The squadron frequently strafed airfields and other targets of opportunity while on escort missions.

23 words made from the letters strad

4 letter words made from strad:

3 letter words made from strad:

das, dat, dts, ras, sad, art, tad, rat, rad, tar, sat.

5 letter words made from strad:

drats, darts, darst, strad, artsd.

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Folyer

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