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Correct spellings for STACT

  • scat Might ha' been scat like an egg-shell, and here I be shoutin' praises!
  • sect If faith had to be inferred from action rather than profession, it would indeed be impossible to say to what sect or creed the majority of mankind belong.
  • staccato Without pause she passed into a quick staccato and then descended to long-drawn tones, deep and full.
  • stack Manley will be so discouraged-he worked so hard to cut and stack that hay.
  • stacked They seized the spears which stood stacked together.
  • stacks He sat quietly, with his arm around her, as impersonal in the embrace as if he were holding a strange partner in a dance, and watched the stacks burn, and the stables.
  • stag I never heard of his having fired at a stag at all."
  • stage Father, you still think I'm only a foolish, stage -struck girl, and want flowers and men and my name in big letters.
  • staged They must have staged the whole thing pretty well-Carlis and Paddington and their crew-for when I stepped out of the express elevator, there was no one in sight that I remember but the boy who was with me.
  • stagy How it was possible for him to believe that there really could stand in such a spot a girl attired in black velvet of stagy cut and trimmings, he could not comprehend; but a few feet from him there certainly stood such a girl, who bent her lithe, round shape over the spring, gazing into its depths with all the eagerness of an insatiable vanity.
  • staid Her father was too high-spirited to inquire for her, or ask why she staid away.
  • stake Running as one runs whose life is at stake , Donalblane looked hither and thither for some break in the cliffs that would give him a chance to climb out of his fell pursuers' reach.
  • stark There was stark silence in the room.
  • start I gave a start .
  • state They love their State .
  • stet
  • stick From the end of his stick He 'deplored,' he was 'apt to be rather too quick;' – 'Look at The Clock!' : Patty Morgan The Milkmaid's Story by Richard Harris Barham
  • stoat The stoat , in chasing the rat along the pole, must have seized his prey at the very instant that the jaws of the trap snapped upon them both.
  • stock And it is not meet for English stock To bide in the heart of an eight-day clock – The Ballad Of The "Clampherdown" by Rudyard Kipling
  • stout Casanova, he was too stout And me who proudly did not care Me, I drank till I passed out And at midnight – The Middle Class by Unknown Author
  • strait
  • strict Then would the world see and be convinced what a strict and serious bird a Turkey Gobbler is.
  • stuart Lydie had done her duty as hostess; she had taken such leave as etiquette demanded from Charles Edward Stuart and his friends.
  • stuck But still Mun Bun was stuck in the "balloon."
  • tact That couldn't have been tact .
  • Staked I staked all the gold I had, and I saw every face light up as I put down about four hundred louis in gold, and about six hundred francs in silver.
  • Stacy And we were getting more than our share when a friend, Harry Stacy , came along and informed us that, "If you boys don't want to get put in jail, you better put those papers back in the racks and get in that car in a hurry."
  • Staci
  • STAT

11 words made from the letters STACT