What is the correct spelling for STROND?
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Correct spellings for STROND
- stand Nothing shall stand in my way!"
- stoned The chapel was stoned-its gates were torn down.
- stored He came down out of the loft, or place where he stored the bags of oats.
- strained She got on the bed, flung her arms round Pauline's neck, and strained her sister to her heart.
- strand It was from the Strand, London, and the color streamed into her cheeks as she read it aloud.
- string Cover and bake for half an hour, remove the string, and serve.
- strong The dot appeared only in flies with vermilion eyes, indicating extremely strong linkage between vermilion and dot.
- strung We strung the meal along as far as we could toward dinner and then took up the job of keeping the Reverend Pubby contented and in the house until the life-saving crew arrived.
- trend Often in the last half-hour had come a great inward revolt against the trend of her caller's words.
- Stringed But our hearts are cunningly made, many-stringed; and often much good music is left in them when we count them broken.
- Strode Kurt strode back to the house, and his entrance to the kitchen evidently interrupted a colloquy of some kind.
- stroked To our surprise he did not stop until he had swallowed the whole of it, and when we again made signs to him that we wanted him to guide us, he stroked his stomach and signified that he should prefer sleeping by the side of his fire.
- strands Again and again on the jagged edge of the glass knife did he rub the cords, and finally, with a sudden spreading apart of his hands, he found he could break the remaining strands.