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Possible correct spellings for simalure

  • Small(Definition of small)
  • The curate's small eyes leaped to adventure.

  • Salary(Definition of salary)
  • Name your own salary, once you've done the job.

  • Sombre(Definition of sombre)
  • The lovely birch trees gleam where your camp fire is kindled and the larger evergreens stand like sombre sentinels on watch through the night.

  • Similar(Definition of similar)
  • 22. to the banks and mulgrave islanders in torres' straits, a similar remark will apply.

  • Smelter(Definition of smelter)
  • The sun shone over harvey in spite of the clouds from the smelter in south harvey, and in spite of the clouds that were blown by the soft, south wind up the wahoo valley from other smelters and other coal mines, and a score of great smoke stacks in foley and magnus and plain valley, where the discovery of coal and oil and gas, within the decade that was passing, had turned the valley into a straggling town almost twenty miles long.

  • Simulate(Definition of simulate)
  • But no romantic thing occurred as the butler, still retaining his sphinx-like mask, ushered them into a little reception room opening from the hall fitted up to simulate a chinese pagoda.

  • Simulacra(Definition of Simulacra)
  • Or rather there were promises, cold smiles, but even he, the genoese, saw at last that these buds were simulacra, never meant to bloom.

  • Malory
  • The general privacy of the place, the fact that the jetty, and in point of law the strand itself, here, belonged to malory, from which the private door which still stood open, showed that the lady had emerged-all these considerations made him feel as if he were guilty of an impertinence, and very nearly of a trespass.

  • Similes
  • You may remember the amusement which you said was afforded you by the account of, and the fac-similes from, this very strange and bizarre production-in the bibliographical decameron.

  • Smile(Definition of smile)
  • A smile came on his lips and his eyes twinkled.

  • Smaller
  • The smaller one swooped first, but missed the squirrel as before, driving him around the trunk.

  • Somali(Definition of somali)
  • In the somali country, as amongst the kafirs, after murdering a man or boy, the death of an elephant is considered the act of heroism: most tribes wear for it the hair-feather and the ivory bracelet.

  • Somalia
  • Regional members - (53) algeria, angola, benin, botswana, burkina, burundi, cameroon, cape verde, central african republic, chad, comoros, congo, cote d'ivoire, djibouti, egypt, equatorial guinea, eritrea, ethiopia, gabon, the gambia, ghana, guinea, guinea-bissau, kenya, lesotho, liberia, libya, madagascar, malawi, mali, mauritania, mauritius, morocco, mozambique, namibia, niger, nigeria, rwanda, sahrawi arab democratic republic, sao tome and principe, senegal, seychelles, sierra leone, somalia, sudan, swaziland, tanzania, togo, tunisia, uganda, zaire, zambia, zimbabwe

  • Samara(Definition of samara)
  • They form about one-fourth of the population of the government of kazan, and live in scattered communities throughout the governments of simbirsk, samara, saratov, orenburg and perm.

  • Smolder
  • Scattered over the country one still finds isolated charcoal kilns, crude earthen receptacles, in which wood thus deprived of air was allowed to smolder and form charcoal.

  • Smalls
  • It ended by rejoicing that she had been removed from the influence of powers and the environment of the smalls of cheltenham.

  • Simile(Definition of simile)
  • And he flaunted before my eyes in the moonlight the fac-simile of my letter, verbatim copy, save that in his cosmo was put in the stead of augustus.

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