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Correct spelling for SACIDIC

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Possible correct spellings for sacidic

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • More shots followed, gradually increasing to a fusillade as the scouts and pickets came running back.

  • Acidic(Definition of acidic)
  • The ph of water, peat, and/or soil is usually acidic to neutral in mires with ribbed bog moss, although ribbed bog moss tolerates mildly alkaline conditions.

  • Sheets
  • "m. d." westover did not know whether to laugh or cry when he read this letter, which covered several sheets of paper in lines that traversed each other in different directions.

  • States
  • Thiers states that castlereagh, after hearing of them, sent aberdeen new instructions.

  • Studies
  • His school record was fair: "painstaking, but slow," was the report in studies.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • In august, 1921, stock exchange stocks started to go up.

  • Stages
  • Those he met on his way to the station imagined he was in the last stages of yellow fever, and fled from him hastily.

  • Sites
  • But industry so vast, working by steam on a limited space, has been fatal to beauty: hillsborough, though built on one of the loveliest sites in england, is perhaps the most hideous town in creation.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • I replied that i would stake a louis on each of the thirteen.

  • Sides
  • The sides of the boats touched.

  • Societies
  • There are no tennyson societies, because tennyson is his own interpreter.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • On stock; "edward middleton, gunmaker, birmingham."

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • The ostensible cause was the future status of the negro.

  • Sits
  • You think yourself wise, but the fool that sits at the queen's doorstep and looks at her as she passes, and she never seeing him at all, is wiser than you.

  • Shadows
  • The wood was very thick, and the long shadows of the trees fell across the road.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • He leaves his stick on table and goes to desk.

  • Suggests
  • In the former her love, not merely for her brother, but for her husband, appears unmistakably, and suggests graceful thoughts.

  • Sets
  • Ellery has got his home furnished all complete-oak chamber sets an' i dunno what all.

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • The negro stuck to his position, however, and the people who had come up declared with one consent that he was in the right.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • In the tavern yard was "gid-dap" jones's stage pung.

  • Seats
  • Those who buy their seats naturally expect to sell their votes; at least that was so in the days of walpole.

  • Seeds
  • This evening there were no quinoa seeds to be had, for none of these trees grew near.

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