What is the correct spelling for STORIDGE?

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Correct spellings for STORIDGE

  • steerage There was a good deal of misery, underneath, coming home in that steerage .
  • stodge
  • stodgy
  • stooge
  • storage
  • store Thy sharp repulse, that pricketh aye so sore, Hath taught me to set in trifles no store – Farewell Love and All Thy Laws Forever by Sir Thomas Wyatt
  • stored
  • storied There was a low, two-storied house, with green shutters, green Venetian blinds, and a rather shabby verandah painted in alternate stripes of light and darker green.
  • strange She is so strange ,-so strange ,-so strange !
  • stride She stopped in mid-stride.
  • strife No longer was there strife , or any dispeace.
  • strike Strike him from behind!
  • striker Into these he put his feet, and clasping the dolphin-striker tightly with both arms he held on in safety, while with a strange, grinding, crashing sound the big steamer, having regained her impetus after the brief check, passed over the poor Sea-Slipper, sending her down into the dark depths beneath!
  • string O, Mairy lost the string of her.
  • stripe The Sultan's august head is canopied with gold, edged by an orange stripe , the Crown Prince sporting an umbrella with a golden border.
  • strive Of this point d'appui he will "strive to take possession after the first months ...
  • triage
  • trudge Indeed, most Irish regard such a walk as not worth thinking of; which is as well, since many children have to walk four or five miles to school, and men and women alike will trudge twice that distance in going from one tiny field to another to do a bit of cultivating.
  • Stories Higgledy-Piggledy; or, Stories for Everybody and Everybody's Children.
  • Storing From early years the mind of the young artist has been storing up impressions in these mysterious chambers, collected from nature's aspects, works of art, and anything that comes within the field of vision.
  • Striae
  • Strode
  • stogie
  • stringer
  • stroke

366 words made from the letters STORIDGE