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How to spell TROPPS correctly?

The misspelling "tropps" can be corrected by changing it to "troops". Other possible correct suggestions include "troppes", "trops" or "troups". It is important to proofread and correct spelling errors to ensure clear communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell tropps correctly

  • atropos Atropos is one of the three Fates in Greek mythology who cuts the thread of life.
  • crops I planted crops in the garden.
  • droops I saw a droops on the sidewalk.
  • drops
  • props I give props to my team who worked tirelessly to complete the project on time.
  • ropes She tied the ropes around his waist.
  • strops The barber honed his razor on the strops before shaving his customer.
  • tops I think that dress tops would look best with those pants.
  • tramps The group of tramps were wandering aimlessly through the deserted street.
  • Traps Traps are illegal in some states.
  • tripos The tripos is an academic award conferred on undergraduates in certain universities.
  • trips The bus trips to the amusement park twice a day.
  • tromps Steven Tromps around the house in his slippers.
  • troop The troop of elephants was very large.
  • troops It is troops who will be leading the charge against the aliens.
  • trope The use of a damsel in distress as a plot trope has been criticized for its stereotypical portrayal of women.
  • tropes People use these tropes to describe life situations.
  • tropics It is hot and humid in the tropics.
  • tropism Thorny plants exhibit tropism, which is a directional response to climate, light, and other environmental factors.
  • troupe The troupe of actors was excited to perform their play for the first time.
  • troupes The US military sent several troupes to the Middle East in response to escalating tensions.
  • trows
  • trumps His confidence trumps his lack of experience.

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