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Correct spelling for SCOUSTICS

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Possible correct spellings for scoustics

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • But in the quiet little western town of golden crossing shots were rather a novelty.

  • Acoustics(Definition of acoustics)
  • His work in electricity, radiant heat, light and acoustics gave him a foremost place in science.

  • Sheets
  • Write it, my child, by all means; and i will correct the proof-sheets.

  • States
  • Lyon protect the united states property with his whole force, and if necessary with that of missouri, and appealed to gen.

  • Studies
  • Let us begin our studies at once.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • The indians of those days who came into contact with the white settlers were divided into many tribes with different names, but they all belonged to one or another of three great stocks or families.

  • Stages
  • They moved me here by easy stages, carrying me in a litter as i was too weak to ride, and when i came to bidache, and was borne to my apartments, imagine my joy and surprise at seeing there my knave jacques, whom i thought to be either dead or home again at auriac; and not only jacques, but hanging on the wall my own sword, and the sight of it was like meeting a tried friend.

  • Sites
  • The c.o. and i should have started for the centre of the line after breakfast but this journey had to be postponed till eleven, when there was again quietness, and before lunch we surveyed the ground already occupied by our men in digging, and other probable sites behind that in case we should have to retire further back.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • And at this very moment their fate-their whole future-the future of their children and their children's children-is at stake, as it has never been at stake before.

  • Sides
  • She stood with her hands hanging straight to her sides; her face was quite pale.

  • Societies
  • As she was a stranger, there was more probability of her connection with secret societies, and also less inconvenience in her execution.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • I'm clerk in a stock broker's office on wall street.

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • In short, although pansey cottrell could hardly have been said to be seriously annoyed, yet he held lady mary guilty of a want of consideration for a man of his status in the fashionable world.

  • Sits
  • Some frenchman said he could tell a gentleman by his walk; another has lately said that he can tell a lady by the way she sits down.

  • Shadows
  • He rode in the shadows.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • A hard riding set of men who stick at nothing.

  • Suggests
  • This suggests a greatly enhanced conception of the majestic scale of the universe.

  • Sets
  • I want matilda to get the lay of the land before the winter sets in."

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • "his lips are stuck together.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • At twenty-two she expressed a wish to go on the stage.

  • Seats
  • The play was a popular one and, being late, lans was obliged to take a box in order to get seats.

  • Seeds
  • Dry powdered soil, sand, clay, leaf mould, seeds.

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