What is the correct spelling for STUDID?
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Correct spellings for STUDID
- sordid No one now seemed to remember his humble birth, his unhappy youth, his sordid home.
- staid I have staid my full time, Mr. Lovelace.
- steadied Morrow carefully steadied his voice.
- stud The admiral thought a moment, then stepped back to his desk and pressed a stud .
- studded As the planet pursues its course through the sky, which is everywhere studded over with countless myriads of minute stars, it is evident that this body, itself so like a star, will always have some stars in its immediate neighbourhood.
- studied To help things along he opened a law office-he had studied law in his youth-but though he is said to be clever I hear that he has very little to do.
- studio Then she sought the studio where she happened to be engaged.
- study In a minute I must be goin' back to my study , whatever.
- Outdid They knew how highly Egyptian magic was esteemed throughout the empire; though their arts were in fact prohibited, each outdid the other in urgency, and not less in a style of dress which should excite curiosity and expectancy.
- Studies He did not give many thoughts to anything on earth but his beloved studies; but, all the same, when he had time for a momentary reflection that he possessed girls, he felt that he quite liked them.
- Studios He knew that in Paris young men didn't call at hotels on blameless maids, but he also knew that blameless maids, unattended by a parent, didn't visit young men in studios; and he had no guide, no light he could trust-none save the wisdom of his friend Waterlow, which was for the most part communicated to him in a derisive and misleading form.
- studs A red-nosed spectator with a tray of collar-studs harnessed to his stomach started another school of thought.