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Possible correct spellings for sact as

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • On the whole, the markhams were getting to be "dreadfully stuck up," eunice plympton's mother said, while eunice doubted if she should like living there now as well as in the days of ethelyn.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • My talent for the stage is great, i have always known that.

  • Seats
  • Their seats being near to the middle of the car, she could obtain a good view of a number of the other passengers.

  • Sits
  • He just sits round and writes, and isn't any company at all.

  • Sides
  • There are two sides to that question, and you must look out not to be killed yourselves, which you will be, i promise you, if you attack us.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • "stick to one thing at a time.

  • Sheets
  • 3. cover the furniture with dust sheets.

  • Sets
  • When i drink during the day, and talk at the same time, it sets me beside myself; but the fright at the accident has brought me to my senses."

  • Societies
  • On the fifth of july, the commitee opened a correspondence, by means of william dillwyn, with the societies of philadelphia and new york, of whose institution an account has been given.

  • Suggests
  • What suitable maiden suggests herself to your doubtless better-informed mind?

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • He had far more at stake.

  • Seeds
  • Fruit, 4 small seeds.

  • States
  • But they would not take it from the united states.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • Men buy their stocks because others are doing it.

  • Stages
  • "the old number one barn is gone and some of the old stages.

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • He had left us about half an hour, when we heard shots fired; two at first, one after the other, then half a dozen all at once; and then ..."

  • Sites
  • My guide had made me observe how several of the churches on the way to this were built on the sites and of the remnants of pagan temples, and he summoned the world-old sacristan of st. januarius to show us evidences of a rival antiquity in the crypt; for it had begun as a temple of neptune.

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • The official status is, of course, well known to us.

  • Studies
  • And with that teacher he give him another check, an' told him not to dare to mix up geoger'phy an' religion, which was a sackerlege to both studies; an' with that sonny gethered up his books an' set out to another school.

  • Shadows
  • The shadows came waving toward her.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • I want none of its stock.

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