What is the correct spelling for STINCH?

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Correct spellings for STINCH

  • cinch At 5:30 I'm slippin' a ten-spot into the unwillin' palm of a Plutoria head waiter to cinch a table for two next to the dancin' surface, and from there I drops into a cigar store where I pays two prices for a couple of end seats at the Midnight Follies.
  • snitch The main character, Norman Buntz (Dennis Franz) quit Hill Street, moved to Beverly Hills with Sid "The Snitch " Thurston (Peter Jurasik), and became a private investigator.
  • spinach One has the ham for the spinach ,-don't you think?
  • stanch It's a stanch structure, solid as a block-house of pioneer days, and will withstand an assault.
  • starch And both stiffened themselves with a little more starch ; and we know that British wheats produce the stiffest starch in the world!
  • staunch With the Abouna we lost a staunch ally, a good friend; nay, the only one we had in the country.
  • stench It isn't too bad cutting out smoking; a man can stand imagining the air is getting stale; but when every unconscious gesture toward cigarettes that aren't there reminds him of the air, and when every imagined stale stench makes him want a cigarette to relax, it gets a little rough.
  • sting Ah love, thy mouth too fair To kiss and sting !
  • stingy It was a rather stingy consent however, and warned Mozart that he could not expect pecuniary assistance and that he ought to tell Constanze of this fact.
  • stink A stink or smell; to stink .
  • stint He gave his intellectual capital to his pupils without stint or reserve, and nothing delighted him more than to sit down for a quiet talk on scientific matters with a few students, or to take a ramble with them into the fields outside the city, and explain to them as he walked the result of any recent investigation he had made.
  • stitch In a few days the north-east trade winds which blow gently over the bosom of the ocean were reached, and every stitch of canvas was hung up.
  • tench Here, I say, could we catch some tench in the mill-pond to-day?"
  • Stancher "They could not have a stancher or prettier champion, my dear," said a gray-haired man who sat near me.
  • Stine Burns, however, benefited from a large ground campaign and the endorsement of former Troy Mayor Jeanne Stine , a Republican.

47 words made from the letters STINCH