Correct spelling for SURPACE

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Possible correct spellings for surpace

  • Spacey
  • It was tara, alex goddard's spacey waif, who was moving so oddly, i thought for a moment she might be sleepwalking.

  • Surplice(Definition of surplice)
  • And then it was but a few high lights in a sea of gloom: first the east window, as yet unstained, its three quatrefoils filled with summer sky, the rest with waving branches; next, the brass lectern, the surplice behind it, the high white forehead above.

  • Space(Definition of space)
  • It was much the same, as i have said, but it was even smaller, for there were only two of the sullivans, and they could get on with less space.

  • Surface(Definition of surface)
  • There was a marsh in the centre of the yard, full of rottenness, where the water stood in green and stagnant pools, breeding flies, mosquitos, and vermin, where all the ooze and scum and slops of the camp came to the surface, and filled the air with horrible smells.

  • Surpass(Definition of surpass)
  • Nothing could surpass the beauty of the scenery, amid abundance of water, umbrageous trees, cattle, verdure, and distant mountains.

  • Spice(Definition of spice)
  • Ancient thrones were beautified by its sparkling sapphires, and the products of its spice-fields rendered fragrant the fires which burned upon the altars of pagan gods.

  • Spacer
  • Furthermore, a long bolt runs from the upper part of the moldboard through the standard and projects quite far beyond its lower surface, as can be seen in figure 7. the end of the bolt is threaded only part way and it has been necessary to put a cylindrical metal spacer on it in order to draw up the nut snugly.

  • Suppose(Definition of suppose)
  • I suppose you don't propose to expostulate with the lady herself?