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Correct spelling for SCCORD

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Possible correct spellings for sccord

  • Sacred(Definition of sacred)
  • I cannot write down what he said-the words are too sacred and beautiful to be kept anywhere but in my own heart forever and ever as long as i live.

  • Shared(Definition of shared)
  • He has been with us in every conflict, and shared with us the varied fortunes of the harris light.

  • Secret(Definition of secret)
  • Your secret is safe enough with me, however-the one you have told me.

  • Skirt(Definition of skirt)
  • Jerry and i gathered up the kit-bag and the jersey and what was left of the skirt and followed along.

  • Accord(Definition of accord)
  • All other things will arrange themselves of their own accord when the time comes.

  • Secured
  • I have at least secured this to my wife, and she will be a rich woman even if i fail, and will not let me starve.

  • Scored(Definition of Scored)
  • The secessionists scored a point and carried dismay to the unionists by securing an order from gen.

  • Security(Definition of security)
  • It's held as security.

  • Sword(Definition of sword)
  • I accept as a particular mark of your esteem the sword you have done me the honour to offer; and i will direct my picture to be painted the first opportunity for the purpose you mention.

  • Shredded
  • The walls are bare, that is to say, they are not lined with the blanket of shredded fibres dear to the capricorn of the oak.

  • Short(Definition of short)
  • "how on earth can you tell, in such a short time?

  • Sort(Definition of sort)
  • 10. the sort of books i like best.

  • Scared
  • Besides, i'm always scared in the dark,-it runs in my family.

  • Shirt(Definition of shirt)
  • "when he come in, i see abel's face was white an' dusty, an' he had his other coat off an' gone too, an' his shirt-sleeves was some tore.

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