What is the correct spelling for SSTORAGE?

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Correct spellings for SSTORAGE

  • pasturage A part of the money derived from the sale of timber and for pasturage rights is expended in the improvement of the roads and trails in the forests and in making the forests more safe from fire.
  • stage He could work among the audience, while Barby sat blindfolded on the stage . Quiet please, there's a lady on stage. She may not be the latest rage, – Quiet Please, There's a Lady on Stage by Unknown Author
  • steerage Hadow himself, pacing the quarter-deck in his boat cloak, was lost in reverie, while the wardroom and the steerage in unredeemed darkness held nothing but dozing men.
  • stodge For in every line, and in every verse Was the proof that Sir Stodge was a traitor, and worse!
  • stooge During this period, the boys would often take advantage of Butters mild temperament by making him a stooge in their own personal schemes.
  • stoppage A stoppage of supplies would follow the first impulses of resentment.
  • storage Every one is busy piling potatoes in heaps, putting them into sacks, wheel-barrowing the bags into winter storage ,-men, women, children, cassocked priests, and nuns surrounded by their chattering flocks.
  • store Then, too, what a blessing it would be to have them bring home a store of powder and shot. And curious store I knew there heretofore. – I Walk'd the Other Day by Henry Vaughan
  • stowage In this case, access to the hull, for stowage , can be had by hatches, or trap-doors inside the house.
  • strafe In the first example maybe it's collateral exaggeration or incompetence when they strafe the initial gathering, this is recklessness bordering on murder, but you couldnt say for sure that was murder.
  • strange It is indeed strange how vulgar minds despise the things they have looked upon and their hands have handled, just because they have looked upon them and their hands have handled them; is there not in the fact a humiliating lesson, which yet they are unable to read, of the degrading power of their own presence upon themselves and their judgments? And spoke, ``This world has been harsh and strange; ``Something is wrong: there needeth a change. – Holy-Cross Day by Robert Browning
  • strike The idea appeared to strike her as the very height of idiocy. Today I gotta take my bike coz' once again the tube's on strike – London Underground by london underground
  • stroke However, it became necessary to wash down, make ready for a new fire in the furnace of the engine, roll Ninety-four and her tender to their respective places on the floor, adjust the harness, start the clock once more (for it had been stopped by the weight set free when the first stroke of the alarm rang out), and replace the weight which fastened the horses in their stalls. I heard my doctor mention stroke I bought the gym shorts And i broke I bought the sweat-suit – There's Nothing Like It by Unknown Author

300 words made from the letters SSTORAGE