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Correct spelling for SAGYACIOUS

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Possible correct spellings for sagyacious

  • Saw(Definition of saw)
  • I staid till dinner was over, and there being no use of me i away after dinner without taking leave, and to the new exchange, there to take up my wife and mercer, and to temple bar to the ordinary, and had a dish of meat for them, they having not dined, and thence to the king's house, and there saw "the numerous lieutenant," a silly play, i think; only the spirit in it that grows very tall, and then sinks again to nothing, having two heads breeding upon one, and then knipp's singing, did please us.

  • Sagacious(Definition of sagacious)
  • In the course of a long reign a sagacious king would acquire an experience with which few ministers could contend.

  • Says
  • He thinks that's one of the best things he's done as a editor, he says, an' i'm sure i can't see nothin' funny in it any more than you can.

  • She(Definition of She)
  • Maybe she is somewhere."

  • Six(Definition of six)
  • What sort of reaction do you think the tradition-ritual-tabu-tribesmen of the six thousand year old egyptian culture have to having modern education imposed on their children?"

  • Show(Definition of show)
  • She sent nesta to her room when they went upstairs to dress, unable to endure her presence after seeing her show a placid satisfaction at dartrey's nod to the request for him to sleep in the house that night.

  • Such(Definition of such)
  • To let you know how spy got hold of it, i must tell you that the forest was not far from the great city where spare lived in such high esteem.

  • See(Definition of see)
  • Indeed, i hardly think you will be in time to see him; but i promised to give you this message.

  • Say(Definition of say)
  • "i have promised your mother," he presently resumed, "to say something in favor of prince casamassima."

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