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Possible correct spellings for sicial

  • Sickle(Definition of sickle)
  • But the sickle-shaped harbor held them safely.

  • Sail(Definition of sail)
  • "never sail a straight course-can you skipper?

  • Socials
  • In june 2014, small world socials breastfeeding support project was awarded the questar best of category grand prize for emerging media, which is given to the top 5% of entries.

  • Asocial(Definition of asocial)
  • We can complete this formula by adding to it: or, to tendencies inhibited in their aims, whose inhibition has not been entirely successful or has made room for a return to the repressed sexual aim. it is in accordance with this that a neurosis should make its victim asocial and should remove him from the usual group formations.

  • Simile(Definition of simile)
  • The crown was a fac-simile of that worn by queen philippa, and was ornamented with diamonds and precious stones.

  • Special(Definition of special)
  • Any special way you want it done?

  • Sill(Definition of sill)
  • His big, old, gnarled hands shook as they rested on the sill, his underlip trembled and drooped like a child's, babyish tears gathered in his eyes.

  • Serial(Definition of serial)
  • Our daily papers never had the habit of the feuilleton as those of the european continent have it; they followed the english tradition in this, though they departed from it in so many other things; and it was not till the sunday editions of the great dailies arose that there was any real hope for the serial in the papers.

  • Snail(Definition of snail)
  • "you must not scold him," said mother snail.

  • Cilia(Definition of Cilia)
  • These are spherical, more or less warted and brownish, the contents of which become differentiated into vivacious zoospores, capable, when expelled, of moving in water by the aid of vibratile cilia.

  • Sicily(Definition of sicily)
  • And numerous historians tell us of the wicked and perfidious acts committed by pharax the spartan, and callippus the athenian, with the view of making themselves kings of sicily.

  • Social(Definition of social)
  • The rudimentary idea of the good is probably of social origin.

  • Shill(Definition of shill)
  • Driving blind" "i wonder what’s become of sally" "nothing changes" "that old dog lying in the dust" "someone in the rain" "madame et monsieur shill" "the mirror" "end of summer" "thunder in the morning" "the highest branch on the tree" "a woman is a fast-moving picnic" "virgin resusitas" "mr.

  • Socially(Definition of socially)
  • The implicit demand is that for greater freedom for women, socially and economically.

  • Sickly(Definition of sickly)
  • Looked sickly at her!

  • Similar(Definition of similar)
  • As soon as the tree had reached thebottom, and plunged into the lake, the cry of lachez was repeated as before, and a new tree was launched in a similar manner.

  • Sal(Definition of Sal)
  • "gran' an' me found her one evenin' in little bourke street," answered sal, "just near the theatre.

  • Scaly(Definition of scaly)
  • A good example of its contents is the well-known article on the crocodile:- 'crocodile, a beast hatched of an egge, yet some of them grow to a great bignesse, as 10. 20. or 30. foot in length: it hath cruell teeth and scaly back, with very sharpe clawes on his feete: if it see a man afraid of him, it will eagerly pursue him, but on the contrary, if he be assaulted he wil shun him.

  • Seal(Definition of seal)
  • 289. great seal stolen, iii.

  • Sociably
  • "we shall have quite a lot of fresh people in the neighbourhood," she remarked sociably.

  • Racial(Definition of racial)
  • In 1791 he had begun the publication of a series of almanacs, and the next year he sent one of these to jefferson in an attempt to challenge his racial views.

  • Spacial(Definition of spacial)
  • The use of space for absent referents and the more complex handshapes in some signs prove to be difficult for children between 5 and 9 years of age because of motor development and the complexity of remembering the spacial use.

  • Scale(Definition of scale)
  • A scale had evidently been followed and the lines drawn with a ruler.

  • Spatial(Definition of spatial)
  • For, as has been pointed out, the paradox of pure perception is reached solely through the consideration that, while in empirical perception we perceive objects, in pure perception we do not, and since the objects of empirical perception are spatial, space must be a real characteristic of them.

  • Sisal(Definition of sisal)
  • Angola: crude oil 90%, diamonds, refined petroleum products, gas, coffee, sisal, fish and fish products, timber, cotton

  • Facial(Definition of facial)
  • "you mought guess one million years," he panted, as he bent over them, that he might feast on their facial expressions, "an' not guess what alf henley's gone an' done."

  • Shoal(Definition of shoal)
  • One of the other boats, meanwhile, had fastened another net to the first, and, rowing in an opposite direction from it, progressed in a circular course, dropping its net as it went, until the two met- and thus an immense shoal of pilchards were enclosed.

  • Sheila
  • He stared at sheila.

  • Soil(Definition of soil)
  • Has he not taken possession of your soil, in that he has put his horse into your ground without your permission?

  • Sociable(Definition of sociable)
  • He knew they would meet later, and he was not feeling sociable that afternoon.

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