What is the correct spelling for STOWN?

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Correct spellings for STOWN

  • down Go down into the yard. Three wives sat up in the lighthouse tower, And they trimmed the lamps as the sun went down; They looked at the squall, and they looked at the shower, And the night-rack came rolling up ragged and brown. – The Three Fishers by Charles Kingsley
  • satin They wear bright satin shoes, all embroidered and painted, and their little pantelettes cover all but the very end of the toe.
  • seton "I want to know," Barrington continued impressively, "what has induced you to accept a position with such a man as Seton ?"
  • sewn The sleeping-bag was sewn up on the inside, it was within a tent, we were so close together that we could only turn round one at a time, and we smoked in the bag, and still we were deadly cold.
  • snow I guess Snow can tell a girl story if she wants to.
  • son Ever since he had known that he was not a miller's son , he had protested against the knowledge.
  • soon I shall soon enough be without a home."
  • sown Before he had been many months in office, he had sown the seeds of war in the colonies, wearied Parliament, and disgusted the king.
  • stain Suddenly Mrs. Otis caught sight of a dull red stain on the floor just by the fireplace, and, quite unconscious of what it really signified, said to Mrs. Umney, "I am afraid something has been spilled there."
  • stein "But, Michael Stein , she herself thinks-" "Who ever heard of asking a girl what she thinks herself?
  • stern Ned went first on to the stern , and then to the bow.
  • stew Your pupils are in an awful stew .
  • sting
  • stolen
  • stolon
  • stone
  • stony
  • stow
  • stowe
  • stowing
  • strewn
  • stun
  • ton
  • torn
  • town
  • Aston Charles Aston had rendered but small homage to time.
  • Sutton
  • Stan But from the pocket into which she herself had put four half-crowns that very morning-all she could spare-Stan drew out a large handful of silver, with numerous pieces of gold sticking up among it.
  • Steno On crossing, at nine o'clock, the threshold of the Villa Steno to give an account of his mission to the Contessina, he was singularly moved.
  • Stine
  • stows
  • un-voiced
  • un-warily

27 words made from the letters STOWN

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