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  • stage Above all, his plays still keep, and probably always will keep, the stage. If you wanna hide then find a stage Each a brief but perfect home To accommodate your rage – Look Around by blues traveler
  • stare I was frozen by his blank stare, quite through. But I can't escape your stare... Hold me closer, keep me near – Underwater Love by faith no more
  • steerage As the sun went down that night the weather manifested a tendency to improve, and by midnight the wind had softened down to a gentle breeze that barely gave us steerage-way through the water.
  • stodge
  • stoke
  • stooge
  • storage
  • store ``While not a leaf of thine is sere? ``Or is the other fate in store, – Flight Of The Duchess, The by Robert Browning
  • stored
  • stores It could not be arranged as he had seen stores all his life, so he did nothing to it at all.
  • storey The extensive garden would be absent, and the height of the building increased by a second or even a third storey.
  • stork Observe the young stork of the wilderness, how he beareth on his wings his aged sire and supplieth him with food.
  • story And now to our story.
  • stowage It is true that Macleod, in showing her over the yacht, seemed to know far too much about tinned meats; and he exhibited with some pride a cunning device for the stowage of soda-water; and he even went the length of explaining to her the capacities of the linen-chest; but then she could not fail to see that, in his eagerness to interest and amuse her, he was as garrulous as a schoolboy showing to his companion a new toy.
  • strange "This is all very strange.
  • streak It was with apprehension as well as relief that I caught at last the sound of footsteps on the stone staircase, and, standing a little to one side, saw a streak of light appear at the foot of the door.
  • streaker
  • street A man saw him while he was walking in the street.
  • strew Fill the tub with ice broken into very small pieces, and strew among the ice a large quantity of salt, taking care that none of the salt gets into the cream.
  • strike A round shot from us at the same moment appeared to strike it.
  • strobe
  • strong
  • Strode
  • Strove
  • stogie
  • stronger
  • stroke
  • storeys
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