Correct spelling for SEZ
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Possible correct spellings for sez
- fez Greg finally took a Turkish fez thing, and a black-and-orange sash, and a white brocade waistcoat that Father once had for a masque ball ages ago.
- se "Mistis be mighty glad ter see you an' Marse Edmun'.
- sea The sea's gone down so that she won't do herself any harm, and we can't do her any good right now.
- sec The federal Constitution expresses the same Idea in Sec.
- see Come in and see her."
- sen "A near female friend of mine in company with another young lady, in attempting to visit a sick woman on Washington's Bottom, Wood county, Virginia, missed the way, and stopping to ask directions of a group of colored children on the outskirts of the plantation of Francis Keen, Sen.
- set The next morning they set out.
- sew To-day I shall lunch with Mr. Cunard, and see the lace he has bought: yesterday I did some shopping with Captain Smith: one day I sew at Lady Georgina's work-party.
- suez North of Suez the traces of the canal dug by Sesostris revealed themselves to the trained eye of the commander.
- SEQ M., 301. Roosevelt, Theodore, in convention of 1884, 202; seconds McKinley's nomination, 1900, 273; is nominated for Vice President, 273; quoted, 285; becomes President, 285; biographical sketch, 285; his administration, 287 et seq.
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