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Correct spelling for SCT AS
We think the word sct as 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 sct as
- Stuck(Definition of stuck)
- Stage(Definition of stage)
- Stick(Definition of stick)
- Stake(Definition of stake)
- Stocks(Definition of stocks)
- Shots(Definition of Shots)
- Status(Definition of status)
- Stock(Definition of stock)
I thought the sight of another fellow who has gone through it and stuck it out might give me courage.
She was feeling more than she could understand, and she lay down in her bed certain that she had accomplished the first stage of her journey.
We went there, of course, and soon got seats among a crowd of upper-tenists on the roof, which took in a view of the whole race-ground.
"here he sits," wrote cowper, "with his back against one brick wall, and his nose against another, which must, you know, be very refreshing, and greatly assist meditation."
Well, wouldn't one hold one's sides laughing?
When we return from town i intend to stick it up in the sitting-room where every one can see it."
Whitwell drew the sheets toward himself and westover, who sat next him.
The stranger who sets his foot on english soil has need of a good deal of patience.
To throw upon a dozen religious and benevolent societies the responsibility of advising the executive in the appointment of the agents of the indian service is not a policy.
Again, the peculiar boldness of the discussion suggests a post-exilic date.
And you got your stake back.
We may perhaps have paid the passing tribute of a sigh at leaving our little gardens, for the seeds planted in most of them had grown remarkably well.
He talked of going to the united states."
Stocks worth twenty thousand dollars."
I can do no good in the earlier stages.
He had fired off nine shots, probably as a signal which was never heard.
Not content with making acquaintance with the main streets and squares the public sites and buildings, he peeped into the handsomest of the private houses and asked the names, rank and fortunes of the owners.
On their part they asked a good many pointed questions about the business end of our enterprise, about the financial status of the institution, about the probability of permanence for the venture.
"i wish, madam, you would leave the arrangement of my studies to myself.
There was nothing to be seen but long, black shadows in the streets.
Fanny stood stock-still in the middle of the floor, staring at it.