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Correct spelling for SRUCE

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Possible correct spellings for sruce

  • Sprucer
  • Truce(Definition of truce)
  • A flag of truce had just come over from the enemy, and its bearer announced among other things that "general longstreet was wounded, and a prisoner, but would be taken care of."

  • Cruse(Definition of cruse)
  • From the bottom of that mysterious wardrobe trunk, which resembled the widow's cruse in that it seemed to have no limitations, mrs. abe tutts had resurrected an aigrette which sprouted from a knob of hair tightly twisted on the top of her head.

  • Space(Definition of space)
  • His work lay very greatly in london, parliament occupied every year a longer and longer space.

  • Suse
  • Spruce(Definition of spruce)
  • Jonah, in whose spruce attire, as he now presented himself, it was not easy to recognize the brakeman of the afternoon train, made this enigmatical remark rather uneasily, and subsided into regretful silence.

  • Bruce(Definition of bruce)
  • Mr bruce, perhaps, was as solid, but smart was the more dashing man.

  • Seduce(Definition of seduce)
  • Nothing; for very far from having seduced her, she has seduced me, and we agreed perfectly in one moment; a pretty woman does not find it very hard to seduce me.

  • Brace(Definition of brace)
  • He hurried over to begin his day's work, and there he made another discovery; his new tail was just the most splendid brace!

  • Trice(Definition of trice)
  • In a trice me dain had a fire blazing, and he and buck soon made ready a good meal.

  • Grace(Definition of grace)
  • "oh, grace," she cried.

  • Souse(Definition of souse)
  • We can souse arlo in and teach him to dive.

  • Brice
  • He-mr. brice is not coming, i am sure."

  • Sure(Definition of sure)
  • And i was quite sure that i was right."

  • Sluice(Definition of sluice)
  • Tucker thought that was a stronger measure than the occasion required; there was no immediate danger; and the sluice-pipes would lower the water considerably in twenty-four hours.

  • Slice(Definition of slice)
  • 35 grams 1 medium slice.

  • Saucy(Definition of saucy)
  • A son of the governor paid me a visit on my return, and was very saucy, calling me a kafer.

  • Sauce(Definition of sauce)
  • "i should think so," said marcel, taking up a gold piece, "here is something we will cook with plenty of sauce."

  • Source(Definition of source)
  • She could not say that she loved her husband as a true wife ought to love a man like richard markham, but she found a pleasure in his society which she had never experienced before, while aunt barbara's presence was a constant source of joy.

  • Since(Definition of Since)
  • What a time it is since i've seen you.

  • Unattachable
  • Spice(Definition of spice)
  • Settlements are more numerous, and the trip is not without interest, and even a spice of danger when the rapids are reached.

  • Bryce
  • James bryce, the rt.

  • De-Lightful
  • Sauces
  • Automatized
  • Trace(Definition of trace)
  • They had a beginning, just as everything else had, but the beginning goes so far back that we can scarcely trace it.

  • Price(Definition of price)
  • She must learn this price: it would be more than exciting.

  • Ruse(Definition of ruse)
  • But whether the incident ever really occurred, and if it occurred, whether the ruse was suggested by the folk-tale, cannot now be ascertained.

  • Race(Definition of race)
  • And now-" here he turned his head to peter-"what does he think of my race?"

  • Rice(Definition of rice)
  • The loam is often quite good, but interspersed with it are tracts of stubborn clay largely put under precarious rice crops.

  • Saucer(Definition of saucer)
  • In vain they rattle the cup and saucer.

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