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Possible correct spellings for scacia catechu

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • The horse stood stock still.

  • Seeds
  • Pod round, curved, with 8 or more elliptical, compressed seeds.

  • Stakes
  • The dark horse has won, chris lisle, and the stakes are mine."

  • Sketches
  • The lettering shows the pacific standard time at which the sketches were made, and also the longitude of the meridian of jupiter passing down the center of the planet's disk.

  • Scottish(Definition of scottish)
  • The children of scottish shepherds begin learning their future duties at an early age.

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • As i was on the stairs, i heard a rifle shot-and then several pistol shots."

  • Shoots
  • The nest is placed on some broad horizontal branch, where two or three slender twigs or shoots grow out of it, or on the top of some stump of a tree, or broken end of a branch, generally, at a considerable height from the ground.

  • Shades(Definition of shades)
  • The color of the plant is quite constant, but varies of course in shades of yellow to some extent.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • The stocks were once there, but never used in the memory of man.

  • Sixties
  • But that was in the sixties, before the colyum had developed a bunch of lynx-eyed, trigger-brained, hawk-swooping, owl-pouncing fans that nobody can fool for a holy minute."

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • But m. louis stuck to his guns.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • Let it stay; somebody would turn it over with the point of a walking-stick in the morning and perhaps wonder who had lost it....

  • Switch(Definition of switch)
  • She realised, instantly, what had happened- her father and alden had entered the little room for an undisturbed chat and had not troubled to switch the light on.

  • Statutes
  • The statutes now in force in scotland are the 20 and 21 vict.

  • Steak(Definition of steak)
  • You'll be into my steak first thing you know."

  • Swedish(Definition of swedish)
  • The swedish resident recommended defoe, who had just issued a tract, entitled reasons why this nation ought to put an end to this expensive war.

  • Sites
  • The priests and monks, whose vows of sobriety certainly did not lessen their appreciation of the good things of this life, and the produce of whose vineyards usually enjoyed a higher reputation than that of their lay neighbours, were clever enough to seize upon the most eligible sites, and quick to spread abroad the fame of their wines.

  • Studies
  • He is going on with his studies just as usual.

  • Sketch(Definition of sketch)
  • 137, which is reproduced from a sketch.

  • Sticks
  • He is a first-rate fellow, and when he makes up his mind to a thing, he sticks at nothing.

  • Sides
  • Vicki's hands were at her sides as she moved slowly toward him.

  • Stays(Definition of stays)
  • It stays dry while all the floor is wet.

  • Suitcase
  • Slowly forcing himself beyond his cowardly pose, jatupon got up and opened his suitcase.

  • Suits
  • "nothing suits me so well as a pretty girl waiting on me.

  • Shadows
  • Peter, in silence, followed these shadows and knew that there were other shadows behind him.

  • Sheets
  • Again the girl picked up her letter, for the last few sheets must explain.

  • States
  • But they'd fight, if there was an american to lead them, and more yet 'ud come from the states.

  • Stages
  • Every thing is new to the infant, and therefore this principle is more conspicuous during the early stages of education.

  • Sets
  • Does it have any relation to the time at which the moon sets?

  • Suites
  • We found the saloon in which the theatre had been erected already brilliantly lit up and filled with the numerous suites of the sovereigns.

  • Sticky(Definition of sticky)
  • And the night is very dark and the mud very sticky.

  • Seats
  • Its straight, uncushioned seats, how hard they seemed!

  • Sights
  • They had been so interested in all the novel sights and sounds around them since coming to the station, that they had almost forgotten the faithful black-fellow; but they looked up now with pleasure, and greeted him with a friendly "hullo, yarloo!"

  • Sits
  • She sits before kings.

  • Steaks
  • He prepared the deer meat with incomprehensible swiftness, at the same time arranging the fire so that it rapidly burned down to a firm, strong, level bed of coals, and by the time the bed of coals were ready, the meat was prepared in thick steaks to broil over it.

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • Everett saw that, whatever charley gaylord's present status in the world might be, he had brought the brakeman's heart up the ladder with him.

  • Stack(Definition of stack)
  • Then, when it got dark, i crept back and hid under the hay stack.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • Is not your life too precious to be set on such a stake as this foreigner's faith?

  • Scouts
  • Naturally, all three of these scouts and spies of the body, which warn us of danger and guide us to food and shelter, are near the mouth, at the head-end of the body.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • For a moment there was no one on the stage.

  • Sideways(Definition of sideways)
  • The jackdaw had drawn out the scarf-pin, and held it gravely in its beak, looking sideways with cunning eyes.

  • Stacks
  • Seeing the stacks of grain that stood ready for threshing or for feeding in the straw, old man husmann pointed to the field.

  • Societies
  • In primitive societies rights are not so much individual as they are social.

  • Static(Definition of static)
  • The menace of bert morrison was static, so to speak.

  • Statues
  • He stood straight and pointed in turn to the visible statues and then to tasper britt, in person.

  • Suggests
  • I hope she will be able to accompany mr. corwin rose, to-morrow morning, as he suggests.

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