Correct spelling for SACNE

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Possible correct spellings for sacne

  • Acne(Definition of acne)
  • Another psychological complication of acne vulgaris is acne excoriée, which occurs when a person persistently picks and scratches pimples, irrespective of the severity of their acne.

  • Same(Definition of same)
  • Clam gave a little toss of her head, infinitely knowing and satisfied at the same time, and once more and more broadly shewed the white ivory between her not unpretty parted teeth.

  • Season(Definition of season)
  • Society she detested, declaring that a full season in new york would kill her. perhaps if she had not been filled with the determination to stay away from it, its excitement might finally have won her; but she was of the west.

  • Soon(Definition of soon)
  • He was sure to come soon!

  • Skin(Definition of skin)
  • Her skin looks desput jandissy!"

  • Scene(Definition of scene)
  • I had feared that the scene was closing on him.

  • Someone
  • The antlion larva is often called a "doodlebug" in north america because of the odd winding, spiralling trails it leaves in the sand while relocating, which look as if someone has been doodling.

  • Session(Definition of session)
  • With this session terminated the peace of the regent: from this day the netherlands dated all the trouble which uninterruptedly visited their country.

  • Somehow(Definition of somehow)
  • And i somehow feel anxious.

  • Shame(Definition of shame)
  • Bitterly tho' it be, he must, for shame!

  • Sign(Definition of sign)
  • At a sign from him, all those present quitted the room.

  • Son(Definition of son)
  • But, on the other hand, there was his son who needed a father's care, for he was only a little lad and could not look after the farm.

  • Snow(Definition of snow)
  • Have you had any snow yet at boston?

  • Shown(Definition of Shown)
  • "have i ever shown myself afraid?

  • Sun(Definition of sun)
  • What does it matter whether the sun be 95,000,000 miles off, or whether it be only 93,000,000, or any other distance?

  • Seen(Definition of seen)
  • And truly, i bethought me then that this lad whom i was choosing for my comrade-in-arms was one whom but three hours gone i had never seen, and that now i knew naught of him save that he fought well and truly and with a wondrous skill of his weapon.

  • Seem(Definition of seem)
  • A young lady who seeks for a 'song surpassing sense,' and tries to reproduce mr. browning's mode of verse for our edification, may seem to be in a somewhat parlous state.

  • Some(Definition of some)
  • I would rather take some other boy's opinion," cried the doctor sarcastically.

  • Scheme(Definition of scheme)
  • You know how my scheme fell to the ground.