What is the correct spelling for STUDYE?
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Correct spellings for STUDYE
- stayer If I'd had the sense to back Little Lady for the Warrington Handicap Hurdle Race-as any chap in his senses would have done after her out-jumping the favourite and securing a lead at the final obstacle in the Stayer Steeplechase, I should have got home on the day-or at any rate on the week.
- steady Once or twice Helen said: "Steady, Ted.
- stud I was just struggling to fix my collar, which was rather stiff and tight, when suddenly the stud popped out and rolled away to-where?
- studded Accordingly on the 11th, on searching, I found their breeding-ground, which was in the middle of a Dhund thickly studded over with kundy trees, in the holes of which they had their nests.
- studied She studied the sky to see if there were signs of snow.
- studio Flamby had been rather anxious to meet James because Chauvin had warned her to avoid him, and one afternoon as she was leaving for home, she came out into the passage at the same moment that a man and a woman passed the studio door on their way to the gate.
- study You have your study now to yourself."
- studying "So po' ol' Unc' Billy sat studying and studying and getting mo' and mo' troubled in his mind.
- sturdy There was something strong and sturdy about the girl then, as formerly.
- Stayed He had stayed away, and she wondered.
- Studies "Isn't Eleanor a wonder in her studies?
- studs Say, have I got any dress-studs at home here?