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Correct spellings for STAPER

  • sapper My man was a sapper with whom I had had a very slight acquaintance out in India, but he happened to be one of those good-natured creatures who never hesitate to bestir themselves or their friends to oblige a mere acquaintance: he asked if I had secured rooms, and on learning that I had not, insisted on telegraphing to his friend to do his best for me.
  • stair In front is a short semicircular stair Of stone steps,-- some half score,-- – Bagman's Dog, The : Mr. Peters's Story by Richard Harris Barham
  • stamper
  • staple
  • stapler
  • star ``Of Waring!''---You? Oh, never star Was lost here but it rose afar! – Waring by Robert Browning
  • stare Becomes a steely stare You'll know he's there – The Code of the Woosters by Unknown Author
  • starer
  • stater
  • stayer
  • steep The cataracts blow their trumpets from the steep; No more shall grief of mine the season wrong; I hear the Echoes through the mountains throng, The Winds come to me from the fields of sleep, – Ode, On Intimations Of Immortality by William Wordsworth
  • steeper
  • steer Whither should he steer?
  • step She heard a step, and it almost surprised her.
  • steppe At last they sank down among the woods and came to Oh's hut, and Oh went into his hut and left his horse outside on the steppe.
  • stepper He was still a rather high, though slow, stepper-the latter from fixed preference.
  • stop Do you always stop there?
  • stopper It forms with the stopper a drinking horn, and without it a hunting horn.
  • stupor At 9.20 stupor had passed away and consciousness was fully restored.
  • super Alone in that room, whither he had last come secretly, brought by Beauvouloir to kiss his dying mother, he fancied that she lived again; he spoke to her, he listened to her, he drank from that spring that never faileth, and from which have flowed so many songs like the "Super flumina Babylonis."
  • tape Moreover, Cable stated that his party would delay departure until Graydon's papers were passed upon and he was free from red tape restrictions.
  • taper Of the administration of this fund he would appoint her superintendent, and if the spirit should move her she might kindle a taper even for him.
  • tapir Uitzilopochtli still bears the traces of his ancient nature as a humming-bird, and Tezcatlipoca of the time when he was no more than a celestial tapir.
  • tapper
  • Soaped
  • SOAPIER
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