What is the correct spelling for TOOP?
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Correct spellings for TOOP
- coop It was a large hen-coop, capable of keeping several men afloat.
- hoop In conferences held on July 11, 12, and 13 these companies offered to sign for all tin mills but one, for all the sheet mills that had been signed for in the preceding year and for four other mills that had been non-union, and for all the hoop mills that had been signed for in the preceding year.
- loop As the food-pulp is squeezed on from one coil to another through the intestine, it naturally has more and more of its nourishing matter sucked out of it; until, by the time it reaches the last loop of the twenty feet of the small intestine, it has lost over two-thirds of its food value.
- stoop "Look," she said; "stoop and look."
- too Do you see him, too ?
- tool Flamby had him locked in the tool -shed, sir!
- toot Signalling her with a toot of the horn, Penny swung wide the door.
- top In an instant he had sprung to the top step and his arms were round her.
- troop Major James was detached at the head of a volunteer troop of horse, to attack their horse; he came up with them, charged, and drove them before him.
- Took 6475. And you took that to the shop and got what you wanted?
- goop What in the world would you expect Of a Goop whose name was Ezra Hecht?
- mid-sixteenth Zhirkov, "official" censorship of book publishers began in the Tsardom of Russia in the mid-sixteenth century, when the Stoglavy Sobor was convened to strengthen the position of the church against heretical movements.
- water-holding The carriage of water in tanks upon the backs of camels, a method used by us for locally supplying troops between water dumps and the headquarters of units, proved successful here thousands of years ago. The plan adopted by the Turks of dragging water-holding pontoons across the desert was not to be despised.