Correct spelling for SE7EN

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Possible correct spellings for se7en

  • e'en But choice to die Is thrust not on the mind - we cannot flee; See at our throats, e'en now, our kinsmen's swords.
  • keen Rose took keen delight in it all.
  • peen "Hur peen schulemaister and parish-clerk in Glencleugh for forty year," replied Dugald.
  • sane For whenever you and I feel fully sane, we are quite incapable of naming the elements that make up that mysterious simplicity.
  • scene "Wake her, and have a scene-with us here?
  • see John was up by noon, and ready to receive her in the drawing-room; he would not see her in his bedroom.
  • seed Not half enough corn ripened that year to furnish seed for the next.
  • seeing He was here on Monday seeing the last of the furniture in.
  • seek I will seek her."
  • seem And yet no sculptor's art Moulded this shape, for form it seemed of flesh, Yet motionless; its dim unlustrous orbs Gazing in stilly vacancy, its cheek Grey as its hairs, which, thin as they might seem, No breath disturbed; a solemn countenance, Not sorrowful, though full of woe sublime, As if despair were now a distant dream Too dim for memory.
  • seen He had seen that rookery of black heads through the dining-room window.
  • seep The oozy seep at the bottom of the hillsides drained directly into it all the mass of filth from a population of thirty-three thousand.
  • seer The actors in these scenes are often personally unknown to the seer, and the transactions are as frequently beheld in symbols as in reality.
  • seine A seine was shot into this mass, and 3,600 hogsheads were carried to the curing cellars.
  • sen Moung Sen here pricked Li with the dah, and a shiver went over the limbs of the bound man.
  • senna Sand and shingle strew the cheerless valleys by which these spurs are divided, and save where a stunted balsam, or a sallow clump of senna, has struggled through the gaping fissure, hollow as well as hill is destitute of even the semblance of vegetation.
  • seven We left Warrenton at seven o'clock A. M., and moved very slowly.
  • sewn On the shoulders and arms of their leathern jerkins iron rings were sewn thickly, forming a sort of chain armour, while permitting perfect freedom of the limbs.
  • sheen Everywhere there is the green of early summer covering the plain with the sheen of Nature's youth.
  • sign Well, he gave no sign.
  • sin The white light of the moon lit up a face terrible beyond words in its pride, its sin, and its utter madness.
  • sine Qui vitam sine termino Nobis donet in Patria!
  • sn deg. deg. 6. 3. 6. 3. 100 100 Jan. 15 33 75 41 nw. w. clear light wd. clear do. 16 32 41 sw. nw. snow cr. lt. wd. clear do. 17 26 31 nw. do. clear high wd. clear h. wd. 18 23 50 32 se. s. sn. lt. wd. sn. 3 in. deep.
  • sneer I asked with a sneer.
  • son Step by step this hope was spread out into the surrounding swamps and jungles of blind driven lives, to find surprising treasures there deep buried under dirt and din, locked in the common heart of mankind-old songs and fables, hopes and dreams and visions of immortal light, handed down from father to son, nurtured, guarded, breathed upon and clothed anew by countless generations, innumerable millions of simple men and women blindly struggling toward the sun.
  • soon "It shall be all of you soon," he answered.
  • sown It is riddled with shell-holes, resembling enormous craters; in another place it is scarred and pierced and sown with pointed bullets, copper cartridge-cases, fragments of spiked helmets, and barbarian filth of other sorts.
  • sun The sun has only just got up!"
  • teen LXVIII Thus changed the state and fortune of the fray, Meanwhile the wounded duke, in grief and teen, Within his great pavilion rich and gay, Good Sigiere and Baldwin stood between; His other friends whom his mishap dismay, With grief and tears about assembled been: He strove in haste the weapon out to wind, And broke the reed, but left the head behind.
  • zen Zen after one, two hours I come call you.
  • Been If this day were dreadful to me what must it have been to Trenchard!
  • Sean The closing sequence of the 1997 film Suicide Kings, starring Christopher Walken, Denis Leary, Sean Patrick Flanery, Johnny Galecki, Jay Mohr, Jeremy Sisto, and Henry Thomas is a sequence of aerial shots from various parts of Catalina Island.
  • Ween But I worship you still, my queen, my queen, I worship you still, I ween; For the loveliest blossom on earth I know Is my beautiful love, my queen!
  • Sven Diplomatic representation in the US: chief of mission: Ambassador Sven JURGENSON chancery: 2131 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008 telephone: (202) 588-0101 FAX: (202) 588-0108 consulate(s) general: New York
  • San There was no one in San Celoni to listen to him.
  • sees "Yes, sir, we knows a gen'leman when we sees one.

9 words made from the letters se7en

3 letter words made from se7en:

ese, sen, ne7, nee, see, ene.

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