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Possible correct spellings for scquitted

  • Seed(Definition of seed)
  • I seed him offen there, but all the time you'd a thought he were there to play with the little girl, and not her big sister.

  • Sat(Definition of sat)
  • "the captain dropped in about four o'clock, and as the weather was unfavorable, we sat down to our party of piquet.

  • Studio(Definition of studio)
  • It was in billy's new studio, a large upper room in camden town, opposite the cobden statue.

  • Stood(Definition of Stood)
  • Feeling slightly uneasy as well as astonished, he stood still for, perhaps, a minute, gazing about him.

  • Studied(Definition of studied)
  • The room was the one in which he had studied his own physiognomy.

  • Society(Definition of society)
  • By the time madame dumay returned to havre the catastrophe of the failure had taken place, and society paid no further attention to the absence of bettina or the return of the cashier's wife.

  • Shot(Definition of shot)
  • "then who-who-was the sahib they shot in the jungle-the sahib who died at the bungalow of ralston sahib?

  • Sixth(Definition of sixth)
  • "that's the laist, makin' seeventy-four, and ye may depend on every ane but that fourth pint under the sixth head.

  • Shut(Definition of shut)
  • But in his england, when i am shut up in the fog and rain, how much will i get, hein?"

  • State(Definition of state)
  • That was the miracle of her state.

  • Stay(Definition of stay)
  • Pierre, moreover, during his long stay at the home department on the previous morning, had caught a glimpse of certain things and overheard certain words which made him suspect some dim connection between salvat's crime and the parliamentary crisis; and he therefore desired a settlement of the latter before guillaume returned to his wonted life.

  • Said(Definition of said)
  • 413, it is said: "the following case of conscience from donnegal presbytery was overtured, viz.

  • Stayed
  • They stayed from 10:30 a.

  • Showed
  • We showed patte blanche and proceeded to ask for the red cross headquarters.

  • Shade(Definition of shade)
  • We shall sit in the shade yonder for half an hour or so, and then, when you are rested, we 'll join the cotillon."

  • Sheet(Definition of sheet)
  • She cried out when i came in, and lifted herself on her elbow; so i just said at once, 'he is safe and well'; and then she went off into sobs and laughter; so that i had to go and soothe her-her woman was so foolish and helpless; and very soon she was quiet: and then she called me her darling, and she kissed me again and again; and told the woman to go and leave us together; and then she lifted the sheet; and showed me the face of a little child.

  • Sweet(Definition of sweet)
  • Mrs. minne regarded her, a sweet, unpleasant smile playing about her thinly carved lips.

  • Seat(Definition of seat)
  • She glanced at the seat and he picked up his book.

  • Shouted(Definition of shouted)
  • "yes," she said, terrified at herself; and then, in defiance of her own cowardice, she turned brusquely on her heel and shouted back in his face four or five times, as if in wrath, "yes, yes, yes, yes!"

  • Suggest(Definition of suggest)
  • She would not allow herself to think, lest her courage should give way, and tried, by dwelling continually upon richard's cruel words, to steel her heart against the good impulses which were beginning to suggest that what she was doing might not, after all, be the wisest course.

  • Shoot(Definition of shoot)
  • "i will shoot the first one of you that moves a hand," nance warningly remarked.

  • Sad(Definition of sad)
  • Oh, because it makes me so sad to think how happy we were!

  • Suggested
  • Her drawn-down brows, her powerful lips suggested to him at this moment suffering.

  • Sighed
  • "yes," sighed the girl.

  • Suit(Definition of suit)
  • We had plenty of time for everything; we lived out of doors or in doors, just as we pleased, and we dressed to suit ourselves, and nobody criticised.

  • Shadow(Definition of shadow)
  • The shadow of a great horror still lingered in her eyes.

  • Sit(Definition of sit)
  • Now, mother, we'll carry helen into the living room, and ted and i are going to sit here and talk business over our cigars.

  • Stated(Definition of stated)
  • But his vehemence knew no pause, and he stated his disgust at the practical spirit of the new pendragon with what seemed to the choice spirits at the club effrontery.

  • Steady(Definition of steady)
  • Following the frost came rain on that particular day, and the relief was carried out on a very black night in a steady downpour, and everyone was quickly wet through.

  • Sweat(Definition of sweat)
  • He was conscious of himself as a creature of weariness sitting against a tree, his scarred face blackened like the tired faces of these other men, wondering dully what was the sum of all this sweat and strain, the shattered plans, the unrewarded effort, the pain and stress that men endure.

  • Sight(Definition of sight)
  • 2. subtract the l.a.t. of the morning sight from 24 hours.

  • Site(Definition of site)
  • At the confederate prison site in salisbury, north carolina, where 12,126 union soldiers are buried, 99 per cent are unknown.

  • Study(Definition of study)
  • The pleasure they take in the play leads them to a far more careful study of the book than they would make without this stimulus.

  • Side(Definition of side)
  • Although so high, the view is limited by the high side, into which visitors are not admitted.

  • Succeed(Definition of succeed)
  • It will serve to delay them a few minutes; but it is not the mob we seek to keep out, and any organised attempt to break in would succeed in half an hour.

  • Sought(Definition of sought)
  • With revengeful cries the indians sought for elias rody, but failed to find him.

  • Acquitted(Definition of acquitted)
  • "upon the honour of a gentleman," said he, "whoever has said this has much abused me, and evil acquitted himself.

  • Set(Definition of set)
  • Set quom inde suam quisque ibant divorsi domum nullus erat illo pacto ut illi iusserant.

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