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Correct spelling for SWAYD

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Possible correct spellings for swayd

  • Sweaty(Definition of sweaty)
  • It was exhausting, sweaty work, hauling the leaden drums into place against the heavy gravity.

  • Sad(Definition of sad)
  • The face looked so sad.

  • Sowed
  • Palamedes and simonides added some letters to the alphabet brought, according to tradition, by cadmus to greece, and cadmus suffered the doom of those who sow dragon's teeth, as france has suffered, but still is his name kept in the memory of every school child; and so should be remembered those who planted the lead plates and sowed the teeth that sprang into the "spartoi" of a new civilization.

  • Ward(Definition of ward)
  • Sword(Definition of sword)
  • Swat(Definition of swat)
  • Then came the news that the tribes had risen, that the malakand had been attacked, that chakdara, the fortified post on the swat river, was invested, and that the tribes on this side of the panjkora were in revolt.

  • Swed
  • Why'd
  • Seward
  • He secured the illinois delegates without difficulty, and when the national convention met at chicago, in may, the contest soon narrowed down to one between lincoln and william h. seward.

  • Swards
  • Behind, the woodlands, opening, left a glade, with swards all sunshine in the midst of shade; save where pale lilacs droop'd against the ray around the cot which meekly shunn'd the day: but stern and high, above the deep repose of vale and wave, the towers of ruthven rose; like souls unshelter'd because high they are, the nearer heaven the more from peace afar; built by the mighty architect, to form bulwarks for man, and battle with the storm; to soar and suffer with defying crest, and guard the humble, not partake their rest.

  • Swede(Definition of swede)
  • Sward(Definition of sward)
  • As i looked at it pensively i pictured the tired boy holdin' the onhandy handles of the plow and trudgin' along behind his team through the long sultry days, and thought to myself, what hopes and dreams and ambitions wuz turned over by that old plow as well as green-sward.

  • Sewed
  • Leastways, he didn't speak the words, but i seed what he was after, and i took and sewed a bit on, and he's wore it ever since till yesterday-and that's eleven year ago it be-so there.

  • Wad(Definition of wad)
  • Sawed
  • Andrew, thrilling with horror, recognized one as a sawed-off shotgun.

  • Stay(Definition of stay)
  • I am glad; and if you would like to stay here with me, chiquita, i will keep you and care for you tenderly; as is justly due to you, my dear, for you have done a great deal for me.

  • Sways
  • Again the wheels creak; tire ponies snort their dissatisfaction, the little vehicle sways, and paula trembles.

  • Swayed(Definition of Swayed)
  • The greeks, swayed and dazzled as they were by the magic of words which they discovered, yet never permitted themselves to be fooled by them.

  • Sway(Definition of sway)
  • I thought the bitterness of that foolish old quarrel must be strong enough to sway you yet."

  • Seaward(Definition of seaward)
  • There was not a breath of air; not enough even to fill the small sail of the seaward-bound boat; but the rowers pulled with all their might and the vessel glided northward.

  • Said(Definition of said)
  • When he could command his feelings to pursue the sad story, he said: "oh, that was an awful parting!

  • Sweat(Definition of sweat)
  • The sweat streamed from me, and i never expected to get over it.

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