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Correct spellings for STOARGE

  • stag When I met her on the lake quite lately, she asked if Jettaburga and her father did not often visit the Stag Hall.
  • stage They are past the stage of merely keeping Christ in view, but very little past it.
  • stagger He was seen to stagger on the platform just as the train came in, and he seemed to make every effort to save himself.
  • stagy The monologue must not be stagy .
  • stake You shall have your choice of color, and your own stake .
  • stare She continued to stare at me, not displeased.
  • stark Its northern shore was a stark desert, on which there were ruins of former Egyptian cities, but no trace of life.
  • starve "Sir, order Gebhr once more not to dare to starve or hit Nell," said Stas.
  • stodge He is lazy and fat, Instead of this Thing, fit for punishment drastic, Give, Fortune, a son who is nimble and keen; A bright-hearted sample of human elastic, As fast as an antelope, supple and clean; Far other than he in whose dimples there lodge Significant signs of inordinate stodge .
  • stodgy In fact he was a publican who was bound to serve stodgy food as well as exhilarating drink.
  • stoke It was hot in the great boiler house, where the stoke holes were glowing with fiery heat, and the throb of the machinery went on, like giant's music, all the time.
  • stooge His stooge , who had already risen with a prepared speech of seconding, simply gaped.
  • storage We have no storage at Urrafirth for them, and they have to be removed to our own stores again.
  • store An empty store -room had been fitted up with chairs and tables and a supply of books and magazines.
  • stork He had, on the whole, the appearance of a rather mournful stork .
  • stowage He threw his cigarette away and went off to superintend the stowage of the cargo.
  • Sarge They're all right, just as you handed 'em over; only I asked me friend the Sarge to lock 'em up till you called.
  • stogie "He ain't through yet," said Jackson, lighting a stogie .
  • Starkey Howe and two gentlemen more, strangers, which, at my request yesterday, he did bring to dance, called Mr. Ireton and Mr. Starkey .
  • Starker In Faber Street the once brilliant signs above the "ten-foot" buildings seemed dulled, the telegraph poles starker, nakeder than ever, their wires scarcely discernible against the smeared sky.

251 words made from the letters STOARGE

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