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  • cellar But I knew that it was the way down to the cellar.
  • lear "Well, you're a younger man than I am; but I've seen the day, as Lear says.
  • sale "They were merely foolish," was the frank response, "but such as they were they are certainly not for sale.
  • sea We were at sea.
  • seal The only thing I could remember was a certain seal which my father used to wear, and with which he sealed his letters.
  • sealer "Harkee, Sir John," interrupted the Captain, "I'm no botanist, and do not pretend to more schooling than a sealer has need of for finding his way about the 'arth; but as for a man's being an animal, I just wish to ask you, now, if in your judgment a hog is also an animal?"
  • sear A brave suggestion is this flower of the late autumn, blossoming when all else is in the sear and yellow, that it may bear seed in another year.
  • secular From dawn until dark he continued to work every secular day till September.
  • sell I do not buy to sell again."
  • seller It renders the rich man safe, the dealer of moderate means active and respectable, and it causes even the poor man to hold up his head in hope: though I admit that buyer and seller need both be wary, when it stands unsupported by any substantial base.
  • selma At the center drive they separated, Vera taking her car straight to Wayland Hall on account of Selma, Nella and Hortense.
  • slaw Artichokes, burr, 249 Asparagus, to cook, 238 " " 2d, 239 Beans, lima, to boil, 245 " " " 2d, 245 " " " 3d, 254 Beets, to boil, 239 Cabbage, with bacon, to boil, 251 " boiled without bacon, 251 " fried, 252 " pudding, 251 " " 2d, 251 Cauliflower, 252 Celery, 240 Corn fritters, 242 " " 2d, 243 " " for breakfast, 243 " green, to boil, 241 " pudding, 242 " " 2d, 242 " put in brine, 254 Cucumbers, to dress raw, 246 Cucumbers, to fry, 246 Cymlings, with bacon, 240 " to fry, 241 " fritters, 241 " pudding, 241 " or squash to stew, 240 Egg-plant, to bake, 249 " " to fry, 249 " " pudding, 249 " " to stew, 248 Okra, 246 Onions, to bake, 239 " " cook, 239 " " dress raw, 240 Onions, to fry, 239 Parsnips, to cook, 250 " " fry, 249 " " stew, 249 Peas, cornfield or black-eye, 254 " dried, to boil, 254 " green, " , 238 Pees, kon-feel, 253 Potato chips, Irish, 247 " cakes, 247 Potatoes creamed, 247 " Irish, to boil, 246 Potato hash, 247 " pudding, 247 " snow, 247 Potatoes, sliced, to fry, 247 " sweet, to boil, 248 " " to cook inferior, 248 " " to fry, 248 Radishes, 240 Ropa Viga, 244 Salsify, to cook, 250 " " fry, 250 " " stew, 250 " " " , 250 Slaw, warm, 251 " " 2d, 252 " " 3d, 252 Snaps, to boil, 240 Spinach, 252 Succotash, 246 Tomatoes, baked, 243 " " 2d, 243 " fried, 244 " omelet, 244 " raw, to dress, 245 " " " 2d, 245 " stewed, 244 " " 2d, 244 Tomato toast, 245 Turnips, 253 " salad, 253 " to stew, 253 Yams, to dress, 248
  • slay Why not slay me now?
  • slew I slew thee-I, O misery!
  • slur Perhaps it's merely a slur that one nation wishes to cast upon another."
  • solar Now they were recognized as perfectly obedient to the law of gravitation, and revolving round the sun like everything else-as members, in fact, of our solar system, though not necessarily permanent members.
  • stellar Of the numerical value of the stellar velocity we shall have opportunity to speak in the following.
  • velar Voiced velar lateral affricate [ɡʟ̝] (in Laghuu, Qila Muji)
  • zeal Before they could begin again I bowed my head with a lofty and dignified air, and walked away; which, I take it, was something of a rebuke to people whose religious zeal runs ahead of their good breeding.
  • Sal Miss Frettlby, being neither misanthropic nor dumb, began to long for some one to talk to, and, ringing the bell, ordered Sal to be sent in.
  • seals It does not bear any of the fantastic seals they are so fond of, and of which they have an incredible quantity.
  • SLR Lenses for 35mm SLR cameras Tamron SP AF 14 mm f/2.

34 words made from the letters selar

3 letter words made from selar:

als, res, sea, ler, ale, are, sle, esr, asl, ras, era, ear, lea.

5 letter words made from selar:

laers, alers, seral, selar, sarel, saler, searl, reals, laser.

4 letter words made from selar:

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Dieceded

  • be disagreeable
  • ceded
  • deceased
  • deced
  • decedent
  • deceived
  • decide
  • decided
  • decider
  • decides
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