What is the correct spelling for EDROP?
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Correct spellings for EDROP
- adore I loved you before-and now I adore you.
- adp Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme are ATP and acetyl-CoA carboxylase, whereas its two products are ADP and acetyl-CoA carboxylase phosphate.
- dewdrop I see her in the Horatian ode as in one of those old round shield-mirrors which give you a speck of the figure on a silver-solar beam, brilliant, not much bigger than a dewdrop .
- drape Muslin curtains drape the windows; a bureau is generally present, and chromos, or very rough engravings, hang on the walls.
- drip July 15 to October 15." Page 56-Drip amended to Dip-"Dip crisp slices of toast for a moment ..."
- droop "I'm afraid the flowers will begin to droop , if we don't sell them soon," said Bella at last; and the thought spurred her into going up to a house near by and knocking at the door.
- droopy "He looks droopy , but Mrs. Johnson says he used to sing all the time.
- drop In fact, a man can only drop a point here and there about his life work.
- drupe The whole tree is usually covered with a scaly tomentum, while the fruit is a black flattened drupe .
- europa Never could there have been a more beautiful picture since the day when another bull submitted to the caresses of Europa .
- europe I guess I'll never come to this Europe again!
- strop His dog, George, too, was somewhere within reach, and so were his fishing-pole and creel, with its leather shoulder-band polished like a razor-strop.
- teardrop They had been talking of Mat, and Mr. O'Brien had shown her some of his letters; and then, all at once, his face had grown very white and troubled, and in a few husky sentences he had told her the rest of the story; and as Audrey listened there was a gleam of a teardrop on her long lashes.
- troop I'd half forgotten about him, and he's in my troop ."
- trope It would be indeed absurd for an English writer to attempt to conform, in an English version, to the vagaries of Persian idiom, or even to attempt a literal rendering of the Persian trope .
- airdrop This type of airdrop is used for delicate equipment and larger items such as vehicles.