What is the correct spelling for STDUIED?

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Correct spellings for STDUIED

  • sedated
  • seduced The eyes of the Princess, which eight years ago had seduced the already old Prince Lama, were now recovered.
  • situated Next came Harrison's Landing, near President Harrison's birth-place, an ancient appearing building situated upon a high bluff.
  • staid I was with Nina Lenox, in the Gardens; and yesterday afternoon I staid in town on her business, not on my own.
  • stated She had only said that she was thirty-one years old, precisely as the vicar had stated on the previous evening, and she had advised him not to marry for some years to come.
  • steadied With his foot on the tie he steadied himself so that he could push it off and leap instantly after.
  • steed "Well," said Shaking-head, "if you don't give me that steed I'll bring all the kingdom of Erin against you, and you'll be destroyed with all you have."
  • storied It lifts man above himself; our best of uttered prayers are its storied speech, wherewith our fathers and the patriarchs prayed.
  • stride They walk with a stride .
  • stud Chapels stud the ground around the old edifice.
  • studded The brilliant-studded comb that Roy had picked up!
  • studied And in fact German literature began, not long after, to be eagerly studied in New England.
  • studio "Carmady used to come to my studio .
  • stunted The spot itself was hidden from him by the grove of stunted pines until he came within a couple of hundred yards of it.
  • suited I thought him better suited for you, Nellie.
  • Sided Had he begun to repent of the one-sided bargain, she asked herself?
  • Tidied Besides, when old Mrs. Scattergood did not know, many were the times that 'Rill and Janice went to Hopewell Drugg's and "tidied up" the cottage for him.
  • Stetted
  • Studiedly
  • Studies
  • started
  • stymied He spoke with a sort of dull despair, and so manifest was his lack of ginger and the spirit that wins to success that for an instant, I confess, I felt a bit stymied .
  • potluck-supper

76 words made from the letters STDUIED