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  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • Do you know the stock i spring from?

  • Seeds
  • In all this lay the seeds of trouble for the irish leader.

  • Stakes
  • Oh, we are getting on-we are getting on-three hundred stakes done to-day.

  • Sketches
  • But these are very wonderful," she said, taking up the sketches.

  • Scottish(Definition of scottish)
  • "professor aytoun's 'lays of the scottish cavaliers'-a volume of verse which shows that scotland has yet a poet.

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • I would remind you that, when mr. greenall appeared in ahmednugger, you all, with one accord, took shots at him.

  • Shoots
  • That's when he shoots me the most."

  • Shades(Definition of shades)
  • Some are punished swiftly on earth, another class meet with heavier judgment in the shades.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • A very large number of musket stocks and musket barrels; together with lots of bayonets, bayonet scabbards, etc.

  • Sixties
  • Round his potato beds let him jealously retain a border of his finest pansies; and, depend upon it, when he gets into the fifties and the sixties he will be glad that, all through life, he remained true to the first fondnesses of youth.

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • It stuck in mine."

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • I said i did not do it, and i mean to stick to what i said.

  • Switch(Definition of switch)
  • As they were making their way through scrub some distance ahead, one of them stopped and called to the other, when they each cut a long thin switch and ran towards an object which we just then saw moving in the grass.

  • Statutes
  • When the constitutional act of 1791 was passed, the only protestant clergy recognized in british statutes were those of the church of england, and, as we shall see later, those of the established church of scotland.

  • Steak(Definition of steak)
  • After that we had a large juicy steak and then started our seventeen-mile trip back through the pouring rain.

  • Swedish(Definition of swedish)
  • Fresh swedish turnips are indispensable to feeding cattle during the winter.

  • Sites
  • Far more attractive sites might have been found among the hills to the south.

  • Studies
  • He became blind at the age of fifteen, but pursued his studies by the aid of his wife and an attendant.

  • Sketch(Definition of sketch)
  • Then he would sketch her, or pretend to sketch her according as the mood was on him, and they would talk.

  • Sticks
  • Boston, having made up its mind, sticks to it.

  • Sides
  • So from all sides she was justified.

  • Stays(Definition of stays)
  • The water stays in the sand, because it cannot pass through the clay.

  • Suitcase
  • Well dressed, carrying a modern suitcase, and whistling, gayly came the stranger.

  • Suits
  • It suits me," said penelope.

  • Shadows
  • One of the shadows he saw quite clearly was cards' attitude to his work.

  • Sheets
  • This barn has been painted so many times that dry sheets of paint would fall off if you kicked the weather-boardin', and inside-well, jest wait till you see it."

  • States
  • It was immediately sent to the several states for consideration all of which sanctioned it at that time except north carolina and rhode island.

  • Stages
  • The earliest stages of the training will naturally be upon what is little more than a play level.

  • Sets
  • I am glad he came-glad that he has spoken; for it sets me free-heart and soul."

  • Suites
  • This was a quiet part of the hotel, a sort of wing cut away from the main building; the floor at which he was looking was given up to private suites of rooms, one of them, a larger one than the others, being fullaway's, which filled one side of the corridor; the others were suites of two, in some cases of three rooms.

  • Sticky(Definition of sticky)
  • The absorbing occupation of plucking the feather from one sticky hand to the other rendered him passive for an hour.

  • Seats
  • I sat opposite my father, with two vacant seats on either side of me; hotham nearest to me, and one of the strangers beside him.

  • Sights
  • One sees some sad sights.

  • Sits
  • It isn't decent the way she sits on the floor looking right through the wall into the next room, as you might say.

  • Steaks
  • And if he has any t bone steaks, tell him we want those, too."

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • I do not know, by the way, that i have told of the social status of these friends of mine.

  • Stack(Definition of stack)
  • So up again, and when jane come, and we demanded whether she heard no noise, she said, "yes, and was afeard," but rose with the other maid, and found nothing; but heard a noise in the great stack of chimnies that goes from sir j. minnes through our house; and so we sent, and their chimnies have been swept this morning, and the noise was that, and nothing else.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • The cause of true religion was at stake.

  • Scouts
  • They had seen the ship coming down through the atmosphere and, all together, they had climbed the ridge, where one of their scouts had recently gone, to watch the ship's landing-and its disappearance.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • I think he's on the stage.

  • Sideways(Definition of sideways)
  • He started to fall, sideways and very fast.

  • Stacks
  • You never saw such heaps and mountains of clothes; such a litter of small things; such stacks of boots and shoes.

  • Societies
  • And this holds good, not for individuals alone, but for societies, and for church and state.

  • Static(Definition of static)
  • The static condition to which all things tend is death.

  • Statues
  • There are few pictures, few statues.

  • Suggests
  • "the colonel suggests that it was a coincidence, and that he has never spoken to the man," said sir stanley.

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