How to spell SAUARE correctly?

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  • sabre He never went into a fight, and hardly so much as heard the snapping of a cap or the drawing of a sabre while his company was at the front; for they were kept marching and counter-marching, for strategic purposes, guarding supply-trains or small batches of prisoners; but he was a hero, for all that, when he returned.
  • safari On the high front seat, under an awning, sat the German, F., and I. The body of the truck was filled with safari loads, Memba Sasa, Simba Mohammed, and F.'s boy, whose name I have forgotten.
  • saguaro Pollination and pollinating agents of the saguaro.
  • sahara The first event had been the drying of the Sahara, which had driven new immigrants into West Africa and, from the admixture of these new people with the previous inhabitants, a new vitality developed.
  • salary His whole way of life had imperceptibly changed and his year's salary was gone before the second quarter was due.
  • samara The city of Samara, as it presented itself to our eyes the next morning, was the liveliest place on the river Volga next to Nizhni Novgorod.
  • sarah My uncle was much pleased with Sarah Capel.
  • sari But I sat down again pretty promptly, for I had no sooner got to my feet than the woman in black got up too, and throwing aside the embroidered sari disclosed none other than Athelstan King looking sore-eyed from lack of sleep and rather weak from all he had gone through, but humorously determined, nevertheless.
  • sartre Daniel Bensaïd, philosopher and trotskyist (Jewish Algerian father) Richard Berry, actor Lili Boniche, musician Patrick Bruel, singer, actor Alain Chabat, actor André Chouraqui, writer Élie Chouraqui, French film director and scriptwriter Hélène Cixous, feminist writer Robert Cohen, boxer: World Bantamweight Champion Annie Cohen-Solal, academic and biographer of Jean-Paul Sartre Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, physicist, Nobel prize (1997) Jean-François Copé, (Algerian Jew mother), President of the Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) Group in the French National Assembly Abraham Daninos, author, he wrote the first play in Arabic (in 1847).
  • satire Though satire scarce dares grin, 'tis grown so mild Or only shows its teeth, as if it smiled.
  • sauce Pour around a well-made Montrose Sauce, and send to the table.
  • saucer No doubt she still turned the kitchen saucer that did duty for planchette, unconsciously pushing its blunted pencil towards the letters that should spell out coming help.
  • saute Saute the apples in butter or drippings until tender, but not soft enough to lose form.
  • scare That scare notion isn't worth two cents."
  • sere Under their eyes, in a single smooth green basin of the sere and wooded ranges, were the tents and earthworks of all nations, joined for once in unnatural war upon the earth that bore them.
  • share What's more, you've got to do your share.
  • sire " Sire," stammered the Florentine, "this book belongs to me!"
  • snare Mine at least would have been sincere; mine would have been faithful: mine would not have been an infamous snare!"
  • sore He was stiff and sore.
  • spare I have two spares.
  • square
  • squire During the coronation ceremonies, the new squire would approach the king on horseback and offer him his sword.
  • stare I was looking at him and he stared back at me.
  • suave Tom had always been considered to be quite suave, even in high school.
  • sucre
  • sure
  • surrey The marshes near Surrey are an important breeding ground for wildlife.
  • zaire I believe in Zaire.
  • Squarer He squared the bill and placed it on the counter.
  • Sara Mrs. Olmstead loved gossip, and Sara loathed it.
  • Saar The Saar was in little better case and the mines of Alsace were useless for the next quartercentury.
  • Samar Only in the islands of Leyte and Samar is the authority of our Government resisted and this by wild mountain tribes under the superstitious inspiration of fakirs and pseudo-religions leaders.
  • surer I'm safer with him around.
  • sourer I feel more melancholy after reading the sad stories of other people.

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