Correct spelling for SOUNCES
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Possible correct spellings for sounces
They invariably left gold in their gold-pans from day to day open in the claim-ounces, pounds of it, thousands of dollars to be had for the taking up.
He bounces in upon us at once.
I know it sounds silly to say it-but i love you before all the world-i do-my word i do!"
All the same, they are dead sciences!
After two weeks of the treatment sloughing of the inside of the sinuses occurs, and healing of the wound commences.
He discovered means to construct canal-locks or sluices; and he also discovered and applied the simplest methods of extracting ore and of working metals.
These latter find their sources of enjoyment elsewhere, but everywhere else.
"blackout!" one of the bouncers told the second stick-man in a muffled voice.
Thus speaking, on the right up-soar'd in air the hawk, apollo's swift-wing'd messenger: his dreadful pounces tore a trembling dove; the clotted feathers, scatter'd from above, between the hero and the vessel pour thick plumage mingled with a sanguine shower.
Till I lose my senses And I can't look at hovels And I can't stand fences Don't fence me in– Don't Fence Me In by Bing Crosby
In the dunciad, an epic of the dunces, he holds up to ridicule every person and writer who had offended him.