What is the correct spelling for STUDIP?

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Correct spellings for STUDIP

  • setup I don't know whether the whole setup was run down because of lack of funds or lack of interest.
  • staid So he staid on, taking a mortgage, at length, on the premises in lieu of money, and becoming more and more important in Ruth's estimation, though regarded with increasing dislike and jealousy by her son, who found himself less and less considered.
  • steep He was dragged down a steep path.
  • step At last he heard a step .
  • stoop How could I ever think she would stoop to my level?
  • stop Why shouldn't you stop on here, then?
  • stoup 12. If a man remove another's stoup where men drink without offence, by old right he pays a shilling to him who owns the house, and 6 shillings to him whose stoop was taken away, and 12 shillings to the king.
  • strip In fact, there was only one reason why this strip of natural prairie had not already been claimed.
  • stripe This is Glasgow-made stripe , and they don't make them wider than 36. There is a Kirkcaldy stripe too, but it is different class from this altogether.
  • stripy She had quitted her companions-two gaily-dressed, be-rouged women and a blue-eyed, yellow-haired, moustached young German, whose stripy tweeds, vociferously-patterned linen, necktie of too obvious pattern, and high-crowned bowler hat, advertised the Berlin tailor and haberdasher and hatter at their customer's expense, as Saxham went by.
  • stud Would it influence the countless brilliant points that stud the heavens at midnight?
  • studied He studied her, trying to read her mind.
  • studio He left the studio .
  • studious He saw Andy, quiet, studious Andy, moving gently about in General Brady's house, and the thought came to him that the General would probably like him better than he did either Mike or himself, though Andy would never be much of a hand at marketing.
  • study They are all part of that system, and no study of the system is complete without them.
  • stump You'll stump around for the rest of your life like a gentleman on a wooden leg.
  • stumpy He put out his stumpy hand, tapping her shoulder.
  • sturdily "I don't see anything to laugh at," said Chumbley, sturdily , as he watched his companions intently.
  • sturdy The children are round and rosy, with sturdy legs, as indeed they may well have for they need them.
  • Studding The studding sails were rigged in, the royals handed.
  • Studies Studies of American Hylid Frogs, V. Univ.
  • Studios They both had dreamy eyes that looked through instead of looking at; they were both hazy concerning matters of fact; they were both attached like a couple of aunts to Musa, who nestled between them like a cat between two cushions; they were both extraordinarily friendly and hospitable; they both painted and both had studios-in the same house; they both showed quite a remarkable admiration and esteem for all their acquaintances; and they both lacked interest in their complexions and their hair.
  • studs And, pulling back his coat-sleeve, Beauchamp exhibited the studs at his wrists.
  • STD
  • decumbencies
  • potluck-supper

52 words made from the letters STUDIP