Correct spelling for SCTIAS

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Possible correct spellings for sctias

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • The shots fired after him had no effect.

  • Actias
  • At chorus aequalis dryadum clamore supremos implerunt montes; flerunt rhodopeiae arces, altaque pangaea, ac rhesi mavortia tellus, atque getae, atque hebrus, et actias orithyia.

  • Sheets
  • Ann walden gripped the closely written sheets; "and now i-i want to be alone!"

  • States
  • "but," said maximilian, smiling bitterly, "you forget that the united states would still object to my poor empire."

  • Studies
  • "yes," he said, "you are right; i have given up everything to my studies.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • Boyat, or bovieres, as it once was called, had been a "hundred," and was probably more of a village than at present, since up to 1840 there was a pound and stocks opposite to the single farm-house that remained.

  • Stages
  • But by looking at one nebula after another, the astronomer thinks he is able to detect the various stages which connect the nebula in its original form with the final form.

  • Sites
  • Knots of palm shelter innumerable villages which dot the mountain flanks, the woven huts fragile as houses of cards, but built up on identical sites through countless ages, recorded in perennial characters of living green on these twin trophies of primitive agriculture.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • Only lily spoke up for me, saying 'thomas has sworn an oath and he does well to keep it, for his honour is at stake.

  • Sides
  • The sides were covered with malga scrub.

  • Societies
  • Morality, on the other hand, takes its rise in those feelings and instincts that are developed in animal and human societies under the pressure of natural selection.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • He had no time to take stock of her.

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • "'these cases of status lymphaticus are intensely interesting.

  • Sits
  • In the front row there sits a man past middle age and a lady and a girl.

  • Shadows
  • He disappeared into the shadows and alison turned away toward the wagon.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • Oh, that that stick might strike the life out of him then and there!

  • Suggests
  • He is quite positive, and almost gets angry if one suggests that he may have been mistaken.

  • Sets
  • My libretto was written by one who has lived, and the man who sets it to music must have lived also to do it justice."

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • The obstinate old lady stuck to her one idea.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • Look well on the stage that boy!

  • Seats
  • Many people got up from their seats and went out or moved about talking with acquaintances.

  • Seeds
  • Seeds solitary, oblong, flattened.