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  • are What are you doin', Moike?
  • ore The road led on this day over immense sheets of sandstone and iron ore.
  • roar Above the roar he said to Dirrul, "We must talk again one day, sir.
  • sabre For him, though, there was his sabre yet, dangling there under his leg.
  • sarah "I was smiling at you, Sarah.
  • sari In Nissim Ezekiels one act Indian English moral play The Song of Deprivation, the protagonist becomes a "different woman altogether" as she takes off her bikini and gets into a sari.
  • scare Fearing to scare his strange guest by the mention of his companions, Errington answered simply-"Yes, quite alone just now, Sigurd."
  • score Up went a score of fists.
  • sear Fair freshness of the God-breathed spirit air, Pass through my soul, and make it strong to love; Wither with gracious cold what demons dare Shoot from my hell into my world above; Let them drop down, like leaves the sun doth sear, And flutter far into the inane and bare, Leaving my middle-earth calm, wise, and clear.
  • seared When she came down-stairs, full of eager excuses, the touch of his rage seared her like a flame.
  • sere Son of Philanor, verily even the glory of thy fleet feet would have fallen into the sere leaf unrenowned, abiding by the hearth of thy kin, as a cock that fighteth but at home, had not the strife of citizen against citizen driven thee from Knosos thy native land.
  • serer This tradition which is present between Serer patriclans and in Senegambian culture, is also present among the Serer matriclans.
  • share Danger seemed past, and he wished them to return and share his gifts.
  • shore To-morrow we'll be on shore.
  • sire "Ah, sire, tell me when!
  • snare While I am watching the rolling of the spiral, a head of game rushes fun tilt into the unfinished snare.
  • snore When I upon St. Gothard stood, I heard the Germans snore; For softly slumbered there below Some thirty kings and more.
  • soar The mountain air, still, but latently nimble, the great mountains themselves dreaming in the sunlight, the sailing birds, hinted a peace to his soul whither his last conquest of his baser part assured him he might soar.
  • soave
  • sober
  • soiree
  • solar
  • sonar
  • sore
  • sorrel
  • sorry
  • sour
  • soured
  • sower
  • spare
  • sparer
  • spore
  • square
  • stare
  • starer
  • store
  • sure
  • zaire
  • Soared The group about the horse stood perfectly still as the voice rose and soared and sank and rose again in an old familiar plantation air.
  • Swore
  • Sarge Grey decides to study it alongside Sarge, Tucker, and Caboose, Tucker accidentally activates the structure, resulting in the destruction of Charons weaponry and the reveal of a map.
  • Sara "Yes; and she's your kind, Sara,-good, you know.
  • Saar The sun was an hour high when he walked his horse up the last hill that hides the valley of the Saar.
  • sores
  • soars Ambition soars but a little way; love has no fetters.
  • roars A volley from nearly fifty guns roars like a salute from a battery of artillery : we shall note its effect presently on the peaceful-looking village below.
  • SRO
  • sorer
  • sorrier
  • surer
  • sourer
  • no No; it was not handsome.

30 words made from the letters soare

4 letter words made from soare:

3 letter words made from soare:

ear, oas, roe, res, ras, eos, sea, esr, oar, are, era, ore.

5 letter words made from soare:

soare, rosea, eorsa, seora.

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