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Possible correct spellings for scathexia

  • Sticky(Definition of sticky)
  • It's hot and sticky, and when you have to wear thick clothes and equipment it makes you very uncomfortable, but it's all in the game.

  • Sixties
  • A gray-haired woman in her late sixties, holding tightly to an old white-whiskered man, kept saying encouragingly: "just hold on a little longer, pa."

  • Scouts
  • Everywhere over the battle-ground our air scouts were out and about, watching the progress of infantry, speaking to them by signals, picking up their answers, flying back to headquarters with certain information; so that the direction of the battle was helped enormously by this quick intelligence.

  • Sites
  • Last week we got a three day ferlow and beat it up to the big burg to see the sites.

  • Swedish(Definition of swedish)
  • It was formerly the only money of sweden, and i have seen a piece of old swedish money consisting of a plate of copper about two feet long and one foot broad.

  • States
  • People of the united states!

  • Seeds
  • The seeds should always be mature.

  • Scottish(Definition of scottish)
  • With notes by a scottish farmer.

  • Acathexia
  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • Are you going on the stage, monsieur gillier?"

  • Sketches
  • It was impossible to paint a serious picture of ingeborg in the dark little parlour at the parsonage, and as there was no other room at all that they could use ingram began a series of sketches of her out of doors, in the garden, in the punt, anywhere and everywhere.

  • Sits
  • As for him, he sits in as much stern state as the old red lion of brentford.

  • Shades(Definition of shades)
  • Various shades of orange, yellow or yellow brown when old.

  • Shadows
  • But the place, down steps under the earth, with its miserable shadows was not pleasant to remember.

  • Sketch(Definition of sketch)
  • "not this-you mustn't leave this," she said, still gazing at the sketch.

  • Societies
  • It has already been pointed out that in primitive societies a very important fact is that the relation of the individual to the community is of a different nature from that which exists in a later stage of culture.

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • Several of these, however, still lay on the ground and the boys put them out of their misery with a few well-directed shots.

  • Stakes
  • They were therefore led out and bound to the stakes, and the savages commenced their horrible war-dance round them.

  • Statutes
  • 22. connected with these claims are certain statutes, partly of a religious but much more of a civil nature, which moses is enjoined to lay upon the people, and obedience to which is to be rewarded by prosperity and a safe arrival at the promised land, xx.

  • Sheets
  • And really, when you come to think of it, how much difference is there between a dead-alive person and a walking corpse in winding-sheets?

  • Sides
  • Finally he laughed until he had to hold his sides.

  • Stack(Definition of stack)
  • "see now," he muttered, "if i still go upward i may come out at the top of some tall chimney-stack with no way of getting down outside.

  • Steak(Definition of steak)
  • Oh, confound your steak?

  • Studies
  • Our father was too much engaged to attend regularly to our studies, though very well able himself to teach us.

  • Sights
  • Were there no wonderful sights?

  • Seats
  • It finally met in may, 1823, with only fifty out of the one hundred members in their seats.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • People who stick so close to home often have a reason.

  • Suggests
  • The very word friendship suggests kindly help and aid in distress.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • No stock passed this way for three months."

  • Static(Definition of static)
  • As the journey continued the sense of self-reproach which had been static in him for many months became more insistent, and he found himself repeating the ironical phrase, fine business, fine business.

  • Shoots
  • It's just a matter of what a man shoots you with that makes the difference in time.

  • Sideways(Definition of sideways)
  • Marche examined the sky and water so carefully that he did not see them; then, sideways, and with an increasing sensation of consternation, he looked again at the sleeping girl.

  • Suitcase
  • With a suitcase, yes-but with a mine worth millions?

  • Sticks
  • Your marking sticks are mightier than their swords, and as royal scribe, surely you are not so afraid of what a few 'chicken scratches' in the clay on your part will reap.

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • He stuck to it that we were over land, but i managed to persuade him to wait a little longer to make sure.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • If the old war-horse who is set over us as a captain had listened to me you should have been burned at the stake, every one of you, but so it is.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • They drop a hint, like, about their stocks, and i've done well-in a small way, of course.

  • Suites
  • Large front suites and rooms were out of the question for kate, but luckily a tiny corner room at the back of the building was empty and when kate specified how long she would remain, she secured it at a less figure than she had expected to pay.

  • Switch(Definition of switch)
  • He released the turn-on switch, which was probably the head of a pin.

  • Stages
  • N.e. from the station, up on the hill, is the caucade cemetery, in three stages.

  • Stays(Definition of stays)
  • This comes and stays through love.

  • Sets
  • One no sooner sets foot in this wilicza than one finds one's self in the midst of a conspiracy.

  • Suits
  • I choose to be a cobbler: it suits my taste.

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • She hungered for social status, but knew not how to attain it.

  • Stacks
  • Slowly, painfully, the little man counted stacks of chips and moved them across the table toward gordon, his hands trembling.

  • Steaks
  • "plenty of bear steaks on him," remarked tubby judiciously.

  • Statues
  • On the venus di medici no finger must be too long, no nail badly formed; and what are such statues, with which we deck our gardens, to the monuments of the library?

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