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Correct spelling for SERGEAN
We think the word sergean 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 sergean
- Serene(Definition of serene)
- Sean(Definition of Sean)
- Sedge(Definition of sedge)
- Surge(Definition of surge)
- Serge(Definition of serge)
- Serbian(Definition of serbian)
- Sergeant(Definition of sergeant)
- Scan(Definition of scan)
- Surgeon(Definition of surgeon)
- Seen(Definition of seen)
When he began to beat about the bush, to talk insincerities, and to lose himself in intentionless plausibilities, she waited with serene patience for him to have done, and met him on their habitual ground of frankness and reality as if he had not left it.
Olaus borneman bull was born at bergen, in norway, february 5, 1810, and was the eldest of ten children.
In spite of submarine scares the voyage up the aegean sea was a pleasant one.
The sedge has withered from the lake and no birds sing!
Stan checked his dials and made himself familiar with gun controls and equipment; he cracked the throttle and listened to the roaring surge of power.
At last i was told of a lady who desired to leave her pet horse and sargent buggy in some country home during her three months' trip abroad.
Now she wore a plain white waist and a skirt of cheap blue serge.
"herr renwick is no serbian spy, captain goritz," she said steadily.
If he had struck the sergeant back he would have been shot.
She woke the next morning from these deliriums in an ecstasy, deeming them prophetic; and, taking up her book, began with a fluttering attention to scan the lesson which thaddeus had desired her to learn.
At last the surgeon rose and stood before the master.
We have not seen this work.