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Correct spelling for SCICEN
We think the word scicen is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for scicen
- Swine(Definition of swine)
- Saucer(Definition of saucer)
- Sin(Definition of sin)
- Risen(Definition of risen)
- Sizing(Definition of sizing)
- Slicing(Definition of slicing)
- Simon(Definition of simon)
- Spine(Definition of spine)
- Siren(Definition of siren)
- Seven(Definition of seven)
- Cicero(Definition of cicero)
- Seine(Definition of seine)
- Nicene(Definition of Nicene)
- Spin(Definition of spin)
- Sauce(Definition of sauce)
- Sivan(Definition of sivan)
- Seen(Definition of seen)
- Science(Definition of science)
- Size(Definition of size)
- Sign(Definition of sign)
- Circe(Definition of circe)
- Spicing(Definition of Spicing)
- Scene(Definition of scene)
- Since(Definition of Since)
- Skin(Definition of skin)
- Sinew(Definition of sinew)
- Sicken(Definition of sicken)
- Scan(Definition of scan)
- Scion(Definition of scion)
- Seize(Definition of seize)
- Scone(Definition of scone)
- Sine(Definition of sine)
- Sized(Definition of sized)
- Saracen(Definition of saracen)
- Cozen(Definition of cozen)
- Scorn(Definition of scorn)
- Seizing(Definition of seizing)
The seine-maker blew into his saucer a couple of times before saying anything more.
No sense of sin troubled him.
The sun had risen upon the desert.
Don simon peon told me that he had entered on his books a hundred and fifty criados, or servants, who had applied to him for money, and he did not know how many more were present.
Instead of seeking the angel within herself, therefore, she sought the siren.
We dine at seven.
That we should ask, where is his unequall'd greatness of mind, his unbounded thirst of glory, and that victorious eloquence, with which he triumph'd over the souls of both friends and enemies, and with which he rivall'd cicero in genius as he did pompey in power?
As he was going out of the door, de schoen pointed to the city, which, with its trees, its houses, and its monuments, could be seen clearly on the other side of the seine.
Mr. john tart, sen.
Boleti in brown sauce.
I have seen him.
The science must guide the art.
So fresh in all its beauteous dyes, Is like an infant's grave in size,– Thorn, The by William Wordsworth
Didn't you notice any sign of a move about the place the first night you were there?"
Besides, though my four visitors were all old friends, and very good fellows, yet a pretty face may work such circe-like wonders, even in the best of us, that i thought it better that our bachelor loneliness should be, as before, untempered by the smiles of any woman lovelier than janet.
This scene always turned her white.
With every sinew quivering, the old man was pulling the bell-rope violently with his left hand.
He was not one to mince his words, and if he means to sicken his readers, he goes straight to his aim.
He began to scan for a cab.
By orion's orders this will was to be opened after four weeks, in case he should not have returned from a journey on which he proposed starting on the morrow, and this injunction revealed to the faithful steward, who had grown grey in the service, that the last scion of the house expected to run considerable risk; however, he was too modest to ask any questions, and his master did not take him into his confidence.
So i thought i would seize the opportunity-because you threatened us yesterday, you know.
Molly spent the afternoon in the library studying, and nance called on mrs. mclean and drank a cup of tea and ate a buttered scone, while she cast an occasional covert glance in the direction of andy junior's photograph on the mantel.
They cannot remember even a single development, much less can they remember that infinite series of developments the recollection and epitomisation of which is a sine qua non for the unconsciousness which we note in normal development.
Saracen pirates, so it was told, had seized the ship; but further tidings were not to be got, as to what had befallen the crew and the travellers, albeit kunz forthwith betook himself to genoa and the futterers, who had a house and trade of their own there, did all they might to find their traces.
Back and by water to my cozen scott's.
I have no words to tell you how i scorn you!
Before pedro had time to answer, he sprang up, seizing a thick oak stick from the head of the bed, and rushed towards the robbers, flourishing it over his head, and exclaiming, "i will pay you for your kind intentions towards me, my masters."