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  • Sticky(Definition of sticky)
  • He would get down alongside, and pull up with them side by side out of the ditch of sticky mud up to good footing.

  • Sixties
  • The building was what is known as a studio apartment, in the west sixties.

  • Scouts
  • The western sky was still dark when de spain, mounting, discussed the last arrangements with his scouts and, taking the bridle of the led horse, turned toward round top.

  • Sites
  • Such are those in which there is a manifest rationalising upon the names of historical sites, and a fanciful discovery of their heroes or founders.

  • Swedish(Definition of swedish)
  • By his personal influence and published treatises he contributed much to swedish emancipation.

  • States
  • In the states i both made and lost money.

  • Seeds
  • It began to dawn upon me that dick leslie might, after all, turn out to be good soil in which to plant some seeds of forestry.

  • Scottish(Definition of scottish)
  • Then she described how at christmas '86 elizabeth had sent her-mary corbet-as a catholic, up to the queen of the scots at fotheringay, on a private mission to attempt to win the prisoner's confidence, and to persuade her to confess to having been privy to babington's conspiracy; and how the scottish queen had utterly denied it, even in the most intimate conversations.

  • Acathexia
  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • I was very curious to know who was this girl who had set fire to her school and had come over to london to go on the stage; and we walked on, she telling me that she had set fire to her school so that she might be able to get away in the confusion.

  • Sketches
  • Mr. bond will read one or two of his travel-sketches, and i may do a little something myself-a bit in the way of music, perhaps."

  • Sits
  • They brought him home at even-fall: all alone she sits and hears echoes in his empty hall, sounding on the morrow.

  • Shades(Definition of shades)
  • All day low down in the valleys hung a purple smoke which changed, as the cool evening shades crept out of the woodland, into a cloud of white mist.

  • Shadows
  • Willy, who had looked out of the side door at least fifty times that day, knew that the early darkness was caused by the shadows thrown by a large building slowly approaching from the west.

  • Sketch(Definition of sketch)
  • He and mr carnaby were so much alike in the pictures, and both so like south sea islanders, that it was impossible to help laughing at the thought of this sketch going abroad as a representation of the crofton masters.

  • Societies
  • As the number of free negroes increased, particularly in the north, these financial societies began to be openly formed.

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • Those two shots came from wade's guns i'd know it among a thousand!...

  • Stakes
  • My friend tried to persuade me that they were only stakes for storks' nests.

  • Statutes
  • In the early oxford, however, of the twelfth and most of the thirteenth centuries, colleges with their statutes were unknown.

  • Sheets
  • They had now reached the pure flesh, which they separated in large sheets from the ribs; and then the ribs were cut out, one by one, with the axe.

  • Sides
  • There were one or two older women with the men, and others were standing at their open doors on all sides as she went up.

  • Stack(Definition of stack)
  • Monday, august 27.-the wind blew hard, and threw down a large stack of hay.

  • Steak(Definition of steak)
  • But when he started admiring the steak knives in the window, his name clicked with me.

  • Studies
  • The studies themselves are the methods by which you apply that spirit and purpose.

  • Sights
  • I, paul griggs, have seen a variety of sights, and i have a good memory.

  • Seats
  • She waited quietly while a couple passed us and sought seats nearer the door.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • I hope to stick up stingaree!"

  • Suggests
  • And the fact of its being necessary to success, and being accompanied with success, and that a departure from it is accompanied with disaster, suggests that it must be right.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • Look at the stock!"

  • Static(Definition of static)
  • Because we have insisted upon looking at government as a frame and governing as a routine, because in short we have been static in our theories, politics has such an unreal relation to actual conditions.

  • Shoots
  • Such is the strength with which population shoots in that part of the world, that, state the numbers as high as we will, whilst the dispute continues, the exaggeration ends.

  • Sideways(Definition of sideways)
  • As he turns sideways the white feathers show with a flash above the green corn; another movement, and he looks all black.

  • Suitcase
  • His bird-like eyes were fastened on the end of the suitcase the stranger still held in his hand.

  • Sticks
  • But i ain't sure-maybe he is the kind that sticks.

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • I am stuck up-too stuck up to want my only niece to suffer.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • I'd stake my head on it.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • Call me the knave hither, he shall sure kiss the stocks.

  • Suites
  • Entering the main hall, the marquis, whose heart was full of memories of his childhood, stopped a long time to regard alternately the two suites of apartments that joined the vestibule to the two opposite wings.

  • Switch(Definition of switch)
  • And he used a switch.

  • Stages
  • Short stages at first, and longer ones as we go on."

  • Stays(Definition of stays)
  • No, sir, i don't think he is very,-not what you mean by honest; but his mother is dead, and he hasn't any friends; he goes with a miserable set of fellows, and he'll get worse than he is in no time if he stays there.

  • Sets
  • He's as good a boy as ever stepped, an' he sets by you as he does his life.

  • Suits
  • Suits and boots-he wants everything."

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • "we submit that they are men without honor, and of inferior american status," warned some americans.

  • Stacks
  • Flowers came in stacks: "h'm!"

  • Steaks
  • People can say what they like, but i maintain that the french don't really understand steaks or any sort of red meat.

  • Statues
  • The next moment brennan and i stood, seemingly alone, facing each other, as motionless as two statues.

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