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Correct spelling for SCIDOTIC

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Possible correct spellings for scidotic

  • Shots(Definition of Shots)
  • A few shots were fired, but the taube was far too high up to be hit.

  • Acidotic
  • Burning dysesthesia might accurately reflect an acidotic state in the synapses and perineural space.

  • Sheets
  • But look what a long one i have had to-day-two sheets and a half-and he has asked such a lot of questions.

  • States
  • Missouri has not gone out of the united states."

  • Studies
  • I never went in for honors, or occupied myself beyond the required measure with studies which did not per se interest me.

  • Stocks(Definition of stocks)
  • Under stocks and bonds: "pupils should be taught to know what a corporation is, its chief officers, how it is organized, what stocks and bonds are, and how dividends are declared and paid, in so far as such knowledge is needed by the general public."

  • Stages
  • Those which you will take will mark so many triumphant stages, i am sure of it.

  • Sites
  • But the old towns, on account of the great prevalence of piracy, were built away from the sea, whether on the islands or the continent, and still remain in their old sites.

  • Stake(Definition of stake)
  • "they are nothing to me when the fate of my people is at stake!

  • Sides
  • He gripped the sides of the bed and stared.

  • Societies
  • The political meaning of the new social organization, its very basis, its token, and the guarantee for its continuance, are in a certain sharing of the governing power with the middle classes, classes who are the true strength of modern societies, the centre of morality, of all good sentiments and intelligent work.

  • Stock(Definition of stock)
  • How hateful it is being made a laughing-stock like this."

  • Status(Definition of status)
  • In fact our arrest on that occasion was rather a jack rose affair; that is to say, it started by our being invited to headquarters, suspicious but not certain of our status until we finally landed behind the iron doors.

  • Sits
  • He sits beside a figure you would notice wherever you saw it.

  • Shadows
  • But the shadows fell quickly.

  • Stick(Definition of stick)
  • "it's plain enough that she means to stick to the things; and, after all, there can only be one reason for her doing it-she means to use them.

  • Suggests
  • Mr. schaeberle therefore suggests that the canals may be chains of mountains stretching over sea and land!

  • Sets
  • I want it done before winter sets in."

  • Stuck(Definition of stuck)
  • "and a line from an englishman's work stuck in my memory.

  • Stage(Definition of stage)
  • She thought of the stage, but she did not know how to get upon the stage.

  • Seats
  • Lilly and her husband sat in the corner seats by the windows.

  • Seeds
  • Fruits-the apple, pear, orange, and plum, delightfully realistic- are made of composition, and open to disclose most unexpected seeds.

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