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Correct spellings for STUDDERD

  • situated The Palace of Peterhoff is situated about sixteen miles from the city of St. Petersburg, on the shore of the Neva where the river assumes a width of eight or ten miles.
  • sounded Have you sounded M'Casky as to the appointment?
  • standard Who has told us that we ought to measure life by the standard of death, and not death by the standard of life?
  • stander Six Armenians were standing together, singing a saucy love-song in their native language with clear-toned voices, and a little knot of fair-haired Persians were slandering Nitetis so fearfully, that a by-stander would have fancied our beautiful Egyptian was some awful monster, like those nurses used to frighten children.
  • stated "It's when I'm with you that I doubt it, not when I'm alone," he stated .
  • steadied The interruption had steadied them both.
  • studded I can look back through my memories and find past years studded with horrible black nights on which I woke up and was afraid.
  • student The student should question it carefully.
  • studied A pretty poor sort, but I've studied medicine mighty hard.
  • stuffed I think it's stuffed with scrap iron, for there doesn't seem to be anything soft about it except the invitation to 'slumber sweetly,' in red and green silk; but anything is better than the head of that sofa in its natural state.
  • stunned Small wonder that she and Manley were stunned to silence.
  • stunted From the western and loftier gable let there rise, at the end nearest the mountain, a stunted tower.
  • stutter You never stutter ed a single stutter from beginning to end!
  • Scudded But the wind seemed in no hurry to come, and the gulf-weed kept them prisoners until at last something in the nature of a hurricane struck the Bonnie Scotland, and she scudded helplessly before it under bare poles for a whole day, her passengers' impatience to sight land being for the time replaced by a lively fear of foundering.
  • Skidded Even as Drazk watched he saw a load skidded up; saw its apparent momentary poise in air; saw the well-trained horses stop and turn and start back to the meadow with their sweep.
  • Sledded You couldn't haul your outfit alone, an' long before you'd sledded grub back I'd be wearin' one of them gleamin' orioles, I believe that's what they call it, on my head, like the pictures of them little fat angelettes.
  • Stetted
  • Stubbed During a busy and joyous evening she endeavored to formulate these thronging desires; by bedtime she had even ventured-with the aid of a stubbed lead-pencil-to indite the most immediate and urgent of these wants as they knocked at the door of her consciousness.
  • Studies I have no words to explain-I do not understand-I thought it would break my heart to leave the good Sisters and my studies, and the days so calm and holy; and now-I do not even wish to go back.
  • Stuttered There was an intonation of melancholy, however, in general in the Crevequers' stammering speech-a melancholy that was on the borderland of laughter, and stuttered into it as a man stumbles unawares into puddles, walking along a wet path.
  • started I started off to see what could be done.
  • sodded The matted blue grass which sodded the yard had been cut and trimmed to lines along the path.
  • stupider The man started and muttered: "He is even stupider than I believed him."
  • potluck-supper

101 words made from the letters STUDDERD