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Correct spelling for SUOPE
We think the word suope 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 suope
The deck's all of a slope.
At the moment a sepoy fell dead across me, hiding me partly from sight.
His clothes were bedrabbled down the front with soap and water.
Boardman sauntered slowly on, but saw with a backward glance mavering carrying the lady's packages to the coupe for her; saw him lift his hat there, and shake hands with somebody in the coupe, and then stand talking beside it.
He tasted it; not a mere sip, but a good, genuine gulp, being determined to have real proof of what the stuff was in all respects.
Judas that he was, he took her sop, and then sold her for thirty pieces of silver.
This operation is repeated every tenth year in the month of june, when the sap is in full vigour.
Anyhow, i sat on the park bench about fifteen minutes, i guess, letting the sun and fresh air seep in, and trying to tabulate and memorize as many of the components of that drugstore smell as i could, for future reference.
Whose was it once?-who manned it once in hope his fate to gain? who was it dreamed his oyster-world should ope to this-in vain?
Our colonel was old w. j. reid-slippery bill we used to call 'im, 'cos 'e was as slippery as a soapy plank!
"i still don't see anything," he said, peering through the scope.
Nearly all had bills on the slop-chest for tobacco or clothes.