Correct spelling for SCAITIC
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Possible correct spellings for scaitic
- caustic "A father generally has to do that whether he approves of what his son is about or not," said the caustic old gentleman.
- celtic Even I felt a thrill as if each nerve in my body were a string drawn suddenly taut, but I was gloomily conscious that the Celtic souls of Somerled and Barrie felt more than I was capable of feeling, a mysterious something which drew the two together at this instant.
- cystic bile duct cyst) are congenital conditions involving cystic dilatation of bile ducts.
- lactic Fermented milk products, also known as cultured dairy foods, cultured dairy products, or cultured milk products, are dairy foods that have been fermented with lactic acid bacteria such as Lactobacillus, Lactococcus, and Leuconostoc.
- sarcastic Quirk was quite delighted on reading it; but Gammon shook his head with a somewhat sarcastic smile, and said he would at once prepare a case for the opinion of Mr. Lynx, whom he had pitched upon as the junior counsel in any proceedings which might be instituted in a court of law.
- scat The term "bebop" is derived from nonsense syllables (vocables) used in scat singing; the first known example of "bebop" being used was in McKinney's Cotton Pickers "Four or Five Times", recorded in 1928.
- scatter The awful lesson of the night before had taught him that this beautiful cruiser of the air which lay within a few yards of him could in a few moments rise into the air and scatter indiscriminate death and destruction around her, and so the flags came down, the old Jack once more went up, and Aldershot was English ground again.
- SCATS The other chiefs imitated his example each in turn; then they resumed their scats round the council fire.
31 words made from the letters scaitic
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