What is the correct spelling for STOGE?
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Correct spellings for STOGE
- stag Sometimes when the children were playing in the snow, they found the antlers of a full-grown stag .
- stage 10. Larva of Sitaris humeralis, in the second stage . An actor on a barren stage An even-keel with unchanneled rage – Phoenix by Ace Troubleshooter
- stake I know there's so much at stake But I don't know if I can take – Desperate by fireflight
- stock The underground's finest, I keep my barrels in stock A pop from tha glock ya body rot from the shot You ready to rock? Spittin' nutha but game when I talk Killa Kore Hustlaz reppin' Dead Sea Walk – Dead Sea Walk (Slangin' Bulletz Remix) by Bio Killaz
- stole At last delight o'er all his features stole, "It is--my own," he cried, and clasp'd him to his soul. – Gertrude of Wyoming by Thomas Campbell
- stone The branches cast their shadows over stone Won't you meet me out in the moonlight alone? – Moonlight by Bob Dylan
- store Stuff in our apartment came from father's store Even things I'm wearing someone wore before – Second Hand Rose by Barbra Streisand
- stove She stands at the stove , behind her mother, holding her hands over the stove .
- stowe There was, however, I think, for that triumphant work no classified condition; it was for no sort of reader as distinct from any other sort, save indeed for Northern as differing from Southern: it knew the large felicity of gathering in alike the small and the simple and the big and the wise, and had above all the extraordinary fortune of finding itself, for an immense number of people, much less a book than a state of vision, of feeling and of consciousness, in which they didn't sit and read and appraise and pass the time, but walked and talked and laughed and cried and, in a manner of which Mrs. Stowe was the irresistible cause, generally conducted themselves.