Correct spelling for S EASICK

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Possible correct spellings for s easick

  • Say(Definition of say)
  • "that is to say, you are determined to snap your fingers at them!

  • Saw(Definition of saw)
  • Not long after, cilles, ptolemy's lieutenant, with a powerful army, took the field, and, looking upon demetrius as already defeated by the previous battle, he had in his imagination driven him out of syria before he saw him.

  • Says
  • Indeed, he says, she warned him of the disaster, by marking a passage in a book she gave him which foreshadowed this very thing.

  • She(Definition of She)
  • She was singularly collected, and spoke in a matter-of-fact voice.

  • Six(Definition of six)
  • "six-thirty now," he said, and restored the chronometer to his waistcoat pocket.

  • Show(Definition of show)
  • The lord chancellor responded, saying that there was not among the methods of preserving peace any greater or more effective means than that of maintaining in its full force and activity the great navy of england, which must be looked upon by every government with unmixed admiration; and he trusted, whatever differences might exist on other subjects, her majesty's government would show that they had one common object, the maintenance of the maritime reputation, honour, and dignity of the country.

  • Such(Definition of such)
  • Then was the air rent with such an outcry of assault as grievously shook the nerves of his lordship.

  • See(Definition of see)
  • Now go and put the disguise on, while i see to the horses; i'm going to pick out quiet ones, if possible, though i warn you they're rare in these parts.

  • Seasick
  • Above all, i simply refuse to be seasick.