Spell check of spokes

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Correct spelling: spokes

What does the acronym spokes stand for?

SPOKES abbreviation definitions:

Common misspellings:

spaeks, spous's, spyies, spous, spocken, spokme, spoket, spacouse, pokies, supouse, spoce, subpages, spocke, spekas, speckers, spokem, spookey, spuses, spoakne, sapouse, sppouse, spoiken, spotes, sopoke, xpoies, spokeen, spixie4me, speker, sopes, spokn, schoes, seekes, spokken, sampkes, spokle, speackers, spoorks, sopken, spoked, sopke, spacouis, spken, sockes, spouces, speakears, aspegers, spoeken, spooker, speeks, sokes.

Examples of usage:

  1. The door of the emporiums was opened, and he entered a vast round hall form which long passages leading to other halls branched off like the spokes from the nave of a wheel.  Salammbo by Gustave Flaubert
  2. Taking the measure of the spokes, I found to my great joy, that they were just the right size and length.  In the Early Days along the Overland Trail in Nebraska Territory, in 1852 by Gilbert L. Cole
  3. At first, all he could see was smooth, level ground; but after a while, the horses walked slowly and you could have counted the spokes in the wheels, for they were going up hill and the driver was careful of his horses.  Mother Stories by Maud Lindsay
  4. Here and there were gleaming holes a hundred feet in diameter, broken in the dark crust, and in them the melted lava- the color a dazzling white just tinged with yellow- was boiling and surging furiously; and from these holes branched numberless bright torrents in many directions, like the spokes of a wheel, and kept a tolerably straight course for a while and then swept round in huge rainbow curves, or made a long succession of sharp worm- fence angles, which looked precisely like the fiercest jagged lightning.  The Book of the National Parks by Robert Sterling Yard