How to spell SWOPOPED correctly?

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  • slopped There were no luxurious, steam-propelled hotels in the Canadian trade at this time, and loaded deep with railway metal as she was, the vessel slopped in the green seas everywhere, and rolled her streaming sides out almost to her bilge.
  • stooped There were times when I wondered how on earth I could have stooped so low as to be a freshman.
  • stopped He stopped, and his look changed.
  • swamped The boat heaved and bumped against the side, and it seemed to the prisoners as if the next moment they must be swamped.
  • swoop Presently he came back again with his mate and the whole family; and the little ones, after seeing their parents swoop, and tasting the fish they caught, began to swoop for themselves.
  • Sapped They say that the natives of the banks of the Koko-nor affirm that the waters of that lake once occupied a subterranean position beneath Lhassa, and that the waters sapped the foundations of the temples as soon as they were built, till withdrawn by supernatural agency.
  • Scooped In the meantime, beat the white of an egg to a stiff froth, and work gradually into it the potato pulp which has been scooped out.
  • Sipped While he sipped the warm water gratefully, Annadoah cut away his leather boots and bathed his injuries.
  • Whooped As they dropped off in the dark, the others howled an' whooped like mad.
  • Pooped So Jack by this means got another glass of grog, which was very acceptable in his wet condition, and made himself very comfortable, while those on deck were putting on the dead-lights, and very busy setting the goose-wings of the mainsail, to prevent the frigate from being pooped a second time.
  • Popped And when he got to the pipes, the cat popped out of the end of one of them, and she ran ahead of David, with her bushy tail sticking straight up in the air, and David walked along to his house.
  • Soaped I got soaped up while playing in the bathtub
  • Sopped After cooking the chicken, I sopped it in the seasoned broth.
  • Spooled I was spooled out before the presentation even started.
  • Supped I supped on some cake for breakfast.
  • Swapped I swapped my old computer for the new one.
  • Swiped
  • Swooned I swooned when I saw the hottie at the bar.
  • Swooped The hawk swooped down from the sky and snatched the prey.
  • spooned After spooning her ice cream, she put it in the freezer.
  • spoofed I was spoofed by that online prankster.
  • spooked I was so spooked when I saw that thing advancing on me, I couldn't even scream.
  • whopped I was whooped when I received a low score on my test.

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