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Correct spelling for SCIDIC

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Possible correct spellings for scidic

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • This evening two came over together, but were fired at before they got overhead, and bore off to the left, unharmed although numerous shots from the ships followed them.

  • Acidic(Definition of acidic)
  • Kalmia polifolia, previously known as kalmia glauca and commonly called bog laurel, swamp laurel, or pale laurel, is a perennial evergreen shrub of cold acidic bogs, in the family ericaceae.

  • Sheets
  • So they gave me white bread with butter on it, and put me to sleep between smooth white sheets.

  • States
  • From that blunder his statecraft instinctively saved him, and he determined to sell louisiana to the united states.

  • Studies
  • Does she do pretty well in her studies, miss joslyn?"

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • Another general rule, is to sell stocks when nearly everybody is buying them.

  • Stages
  • It is now time to return to the affairs of prussia and to point out the chief stages in her downward course.

  • Sites
  • Roblin, having discovered the sites of gold and diamond mines by help of the zodiac of denderah, offered half to the shareholders of a company which he proposed to form.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • The only comfort i had, and a sorry one truly, was to hear the banker himself call me-perhaps sarcastically-a fine player, every time i lost a large stake.

  • Sides
  • Certain sides are amusing!"

  • Societies
  • Hugo mansfeldt, leader, assisted by the societies of sacramento.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • As the big stock car slipped past him the lad sprang up into the air, his eyes fixed on the ladder.

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • It is perhaps in search of dignity and status that the modern novelist has taken to journalism.

  • Sits
  • He sits back of our pew at church."

  • Shadows
  • The trees were throwing dark shadows across the path, and their branches were waving gloomily in the evening breeze.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • Did you find the stick broken?

  • Suggests
  • I have quoted the bible so frequently that it suggests remarks upon one of the great influences of life-the influence of books.

  • Sets
  • He sets down his teacup, struck with a sudden memory.

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • "yes; the persistency with which i stuck to the trail.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • "'listen to the soulless vhruebert, who brudalizes the great amerigan stage.

  • Seats
  • First dave and then hiram were lifted into the seats behind the pilot's post.

  • Seeds
  • Mary, kneeling by him holding the seeds, looked at him and stopped frowning.

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