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  • sens Villedeuil succeeded Calonne, as Comptroller General, and Lomenie de Brienne, Archbishop of Toulouse, afterwards of Sens, and ultimately Cardinal Lomenie, was named Minister principal, with whom the other Ministers were to transact the business of their departments, heretofore done with the King in person; and the Duke de Nivernois, and M. de Malesherbes, were called to the Council.
  • sign This worthy is also noticed in the following terms in "Apius and Virginia," 1575, Sign.
  • sinus Leaves medium in size, roundish, somewhat dull green, slightly rugose; lower surface glabrous; blade thick; lobes usually five though sometimes three; petiolar sinus medium in depth, wide; lower lateral sinus medium in depth, narrow; upper lateral sinus shallow, narrow; margin dentate; teeth long, narrow.
  • Sans In this manner her Majesty learnt to know the King's palace in Berlin, while the poor King, a wreck in health, was absent; Frederick the Great's Schloss at Potsdam; his whimsical Sans Souci with its orange-trees, the New Palais, and Charlottenburg with its mausoleum.
  • SINEs He established himself on the promontory of Sines, and collected around him the most learned geographers and mathematicians of the age. With them he discussed the probability of its being possible to sail round the continent of Africa and thus reach India.
  • Sons My sons will know New loves.
  • sighs Have heard their lamentations and their sighs!
  • signs Signs of trouble, boy-sure signs!"
  • singes Nat. Singes, Fam. iv., Sect, ii., p. 19, fig. xii.
  • sights The sights that met our eyes everywhere were indeed terrible.
  • sins "Selfishness is the most universal of sins and the most hateful.
  • sings As Tennyson sings in 'In Memoriam,' of fifty seeds She often brings but one to bear.
  • SUNS "I will remind you that there is another Nemesis besides the just being who drives from his stolen ease the unworthy mortal who suns himself in good fortune.
  • siphons The subterranean waters rise as if through siphons.
  • scions We are enabled to carry varieties to any part of the world, at a cheap rate, as the scions, properly done up, may safely be carried around the globe.

29 words made from the letters sighns

4 letter words made from sighns:

gish, inhg, hisn, sigh, gihn, hiss, sins, ings, sing, shin, nigh, sign, hing, insh.

3 letter words made from sighns:

hin, sis, inh, nig, sin, gin.

5 letter words made from sighns:

hsing, hings, snigs, sinhs, signs, sighs, sings, shing, nighs.

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