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  • beseem To the twain she said, that weeping did beseem her and naught else better.
  • ce At last I observed to Madame Bathurst, "Est-ce qu'il n'y a jamais de soleil dans ce pays, madame?"
  • deem I mention our "manners" especially because, as I afterwards learned, they had been the subject of sharp differences of opinion between Friedrich Froebel and Langethal, and because the arguments of the former are so characteristic that I deem them worthy of record.
  • raceme Associated Words: pomology, Pomona, pomologist, carpology, carpologist, carpophagous, drupe, carpomania, raceme, fructiferous, fructify, fructification, bletting, pulp, rind, orchard, nursery, pepinnery, fruitchafer, pomiculture, sarcocarp.
  • sachem A Cayuga sachem led the march.
  • salem "The examination of Mary Easty, at a court held at Salem Village, April 22, 1692, by the Wop.
  • sam Sam, without further remonstrance, led the way.
  • same Cells of the same number as the styles, verticillate, with solitary seeds.
  • scam Canby Bible College, Canby, Oregon, formerly Leadership Training Institute (Oregon’s Office of Degree Authorization lists this institution as "unaccredited religious exempt school") Canterbury University, Seychelles Canyon College Capital City Religious Institute, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Capitol University Carlingford University, scam run by a prison inmate in Wisconsin; shut down in 2010; the name used to be identified with an address in London, and with the University Degree Program Carlton College, Hong Kong; offer online bachelor and master courses.
  • scene Indeed, Mr. Hickory at one time thought he should be obliged to speak to this stranger in order to prevent a scene.
  • schema Yet, on Kant's general account of a schema, the schematizing must actually bring a manifold under the corresponding conception.
  • scheme "I am not quite sure that the scheme would answer in this case," replied Helen.
  • schemer A breath of a higher life is stirring in the shifty schemer who has all his life been living by his wits.
  • scum "Be silent, you scum!
  • se 12. Describa V. lo que se encuentra en la Isla de Francia.
  • seam One of these pouches, showing through the ragged shirt of an old man with thin lips and a squint, was ripped at the edge, and the unmistakable sheen of a snake's scale glistened in the seam.
  • seamy Bonaparte, Napoleon The Vendetta The Gondreville Mystery Domestic Peace The Seamy Side of History A Woman of Thirty
  • sec 952, 965; Penalty, Sec.
  • see Nowhere could she see Wallace.
  • seed The farmer who would be content with the seed he possesses would have no harvest.
  • seek How dare you seek me out?"
  • seem This needs to be remembered no less than the fact that the plays of nearly all, of the meanest hack as well as Shakespeare, seem to have felt the stir and thrill of the effort to express thought in enduring words.
  • seemly He knew that that life, if even its influence had not been wide, had been a studiously well-ordered and a seemly thing.
  • seen The Bishop inclined his head and gave them a kind smile; but they had already seen him in the morning, as he was residing in the castle.
  • seep 8 ‰) converge to indicate that the seep releases a mixture of organic thermogenic gas, related to mature Type III kerogen occurring in Paleozoic and Mesozoic organic rich sedimentary rocks, and abiogenic gas produced by low temperature serpentinization in the Tekirova ophiolitic unit.
  • seer The physician sat reading on a high-backed chair at her bedside-his book contained the history and revelations of Swedenborg, the great Swedish ghost-seer.
  • semi Violet's words had a curious tremor in them as of semi-tragic mirth.
  • sm =atro-crocea=, W. G. Sm. P. 2.3 cm. soon plane, margin often lobed, deep orange, covered with purple-brown fibrils; g. slightly attached, tinged yellow; s. 2-3 cm. orange; sp. --.
  • smear Beneath the chandelier a dark smear ran along the boards.
  • sneer Mr. Orcutt inquired, with a dangerous sneer on his lips.
  • some Minds with some breadth but with little depth are not thoroughly original.
  • somme Mar 4-Announced that the British had taken over from the French the entire Somme front; British held on west front 100 miles, French 175 miles, Belgians 25 miles.
  • speer "Dinna forget to speer at --, if it was true that he flogget three laddies in the beginning o' last year, for the three following crimes: first, for the crime of being born of puir, ignorant parents; second, for the crime of being left in ignorance; and, third, for the crime of having nothing to eat.
  • steam His value was his future, which had somehow got itself as accepted by Aunt Maud as if it had been his good cook or his steam-launch.
  • steer You'll be on shore in a quarter of an hour if you steer your present course!
  • stem And it was so funny to watch the bubbles keep coming up through the glass stem.
  • sum Besyds the kees on sum dont work a tall.
  • teem The California Japanese settle in compact agricultural colonies, which so teem with babies that a leading California organ, the Los Angeles Times, thus seriously discusses the matter: There may have been a time when an anti-Japanese land bill would have limited Japanese immigration.
  • Seemed It seemed to him that he recognised Nick's voice.
  • Samey Amy is the mean twin, while Samey (who prefers to be "Sammy") is the nice twin who has to deal with Amys abuse towards her.
  • sees A schoolmaster can judge only by what he sees.
  • CHEM —the cases of phlogiston and cold fusion", Angew Chem Int Ed Engl, 44 (13): 1916–22, doi:10.
  • seems I like to think that I can remember my mother, and it seems I must, for very dimly I recollect a young girl who used to sit by the window looking out at the passing vessels.

12 words made from the letters sceem

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3 letter words made from sceem:

eec, sec, ecm, mes, msc, ese, see, esm.

4 letter words made from sceem:

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