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  • aid "I have never refused to aid the unfortunate," said I. "Clairmont, give him ten sequins.
  • chad Chad bent his head in attention.
  • chard Miss Chard did not mean to say anything at all as far as her own affairs were concerned.
  • maid This was Miss Sukey's own maid, Henny.
  • paid 14,039. Are you always paid for these in goods?
  • raid They raid planets like Set and Hertha and Melkarth, where the locals haven't anything to fight with-or anything worth fighting for.
  • sad "I-I hope so, my dear," sighed Mrs Bolter; "but it is very sad to be a wife, waiting as I wait."
  • said "I'll do that," he said.
  • shad Page Phororhacos, a Patagonian Giant of the Miocene From a Drawing by Charles R. Knight Frontispiece 1. Diplomystus, an Ancient Member of the Shad Family From the fish-bed at Green River, Wyoming.
  • shade Apollonius once spent a night in ghostly converse with the shade of Achilles beside his tomb in the Troad, and was charged by the divine warrior to convey his reproaches for the neglect of his worship in the old Thessalian home of the Myrmidons.
  • shady In this shady park the mammas with their children sit and listen to the strains of the best bands in Europe.
  • shard "Sounds mighty nice-almost too nice," thought Ralph, who was shrewd enough to wonder why Shard-whom he had been warned against-should put himself out to serve a Granger.
  • shed The mountain lad had suddenly shed his grotesqueness.
  • shod The horses swung off the line, beating the sun-scorched grass with their iron-shod hoofs with a vigor that felt good to the riders.
  • siam I wished afterwards to have written to Captain Essington at Siam, to inform him of the bad market I had for our lawns, but had no opportunity of sending a letter by sea; and not less than four persons together durst venture by land, on account of the danger from tygers, and because there were many rivers to cross by the way, owing to which their demands were very high, and I had to wait an opportunity.
  • staid It is sometimes also called "the messenger," from the staid solemn manner of its walk, as it stalks over the plain.
  • stair A similar stair-turret occurs at Hough-on-the-Hill, between Grantham and Lincoln: the tower, now western, has a doorway in the south wall, and probably stands mid-way in date between Barton and Broughton.
  • Shied The minister's quaint, pretty house suited him perfectly; the minister's servants were most punctual in their services: the minister's phaeton conveniently held his cumbrous person, and the minister's pony was a quiet beast, that trotted good-temperedly wherever it was guided, and shied at nothing.
  • Sid Auntie is putting it up; I must be off," called Sid, so used to giving orders that he did so even at this unpropitious moment.
  • she'd She'd made up her mind then to that.
  • laid As when some woman of Meonia or Caria strains purple dye on to a piece of ivory that is to be the cheek-piece of a horse, and is to be laid up in a treasure house-many a knight is fain to bear it, but the king keeps it as an ornament of which both horse and driver may be proud-even so, O Menelaus, were your shapely thighs and your legs down to your fair ancles stained with blood.

17 words made from the letters siaid

3 letter words made from siaid:

das, sad, dia, dis, ida, aid.

4 letter words made from siaid:

5 letter words made from siaid:

siida, saiid.

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