What is the correct spelling for STOLLS?
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Correct spellings for STOLLS
- stalls She was glad to go to the cow stalls , and eat what the cattle left.
- stylus He read the date into the mike for the stylus to record, and sat back and stretched.
- Stiles The inmates of the house of exhibition, Mr. Morse, Mrs. Morse, and their grandson, John Stiles , would naturally be very keenly watched and thoroughly scrutinized.
- Styles United by this sympathetic bond, You grow familiar, intimate, and fond; Your thoughts, your words, your styles, your souls agree, No longer his interpreter but he.
- steals For invariably when the peculiar character and charm of a place steals over and takes possession of me I begin to fear it, knowing from long experience that it will be a painful wrench to get away and that get away sooner or later I must.
- stills Awhile it stills the tide of agony.
- strolls John and I, in one of our strolls in the park, sat under a big oak-tree while the children played round us.
- tolls The thing in Mr. Thorpe's side was demanding the tolls of victory.
- atolls Strangely enough they have nearly all explained that coral-polypes aggregate themselves in the forms of atolls and barrier-reefs by a mysterious "instinct," mediocrity's only term for screening its ignorance, and which is also given as the cause for their secreting lime.
- stools "Sit down, my friend," said Harry, giving him one of a couple of stools he had manufactured.
- stoles Hyacinth accepted his tuition, bowed low at the times when Mr. Austin liked to bow, watched for the seasons when stoles bloomed white and gold, changed to green, or faded down to violet.
- steels Imagine boys-and girls too-brought up not to resort to the shedding of a tear or the uttering of a groan for the relief of their feelings,-and there is a physiological problem whether such effort steels their nerves or makes them more sensitive.