What is the correct spelling for STEARNLY?

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Correct spellings for STEARNLY

  • snarly
  • stably
  • staidly
  • stanley
  • starkly The man at his side lay with face upturned starkly to the moonlight.
  • startle Now she is preparing her great move, and hopes to startle him into compliance by a new marvel.
  • stately I have not the shadow of a doubt that your heart beats joyfully at the very word "palm;" that you love to gaze at one of the stately trees, and that you would give all your pocket-money for an afternoon's ramble through a real palm-wood.
  • steadily Garrison eyed her steadily .
  • steal Does it think I want to steal something?"
  • steely The grass has had its first cutting; the roses have burst their buds and hang in clusters over the arbors; warm winds blow in from the sea laden with perfumes from beach and salt-marsh; the skies are steely blue and the cloud puffs drift lazily.
  • steeply Almost at the edge of the cliff, which descended steeply to the high road to Philippeville, was a flat ledge of rock warmed by the sunbeams.
  • sterile But the end of marriage no longer being this gross purpose, the sterile woman has at last come into honor!
  • stern Sothern's stern face told nothing.
  • sterne Sterne had already begun to be seriously alarmed, and not without reason, about the condition of his health.
  • sternly Barnes looked at him sternly .
  • sternum I am not learned enough to say exactly where the damage was, but the doctor called it, I think, the sternum , and pronounced that "a building-up process" was required, and must take a long time, if it ever could be done.
  • stonily She did not stir from her seat, but gazed stonily upon them as Glaucus now released Ione of her outer wrapping garments, and making her place herself on a log of wood, which was the only other seat he perceived at hand-fanned with his breath the embers into a more glowing flame.
  • Sterner Indeed he was a mystery to them, for his face grew sadder and sterner every day, and his reticence about himself and all his affairs was often remarked upon.
  • sterns Ship after ship was passed, sailing vessels in the majority, swinging sluggishly at anchor, drifting slowly with the river, or made fast to the goods-stages of the shore; and in keen anxiety lest he should overlook the right one, Kirkwood searched their bows and sterns for names, which in more than one case proved hardly legible.
  • deeptoned

469 words made from the letters STEARNLY