Correct spelling for SOJORN

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Possible correct spellings for sojorn

  • corn Add enough corn-meal to roll into a sheet half an inch thick.
  • goon I wolde han caught hit, and anoon Hit fledde and was fro me goon.
  • John 113 Chandos, Sir John, ii.
  • join At the bottom of the valley cross the Grenouiller, and join the road to Agay.
  • scone Approaching Scone, wide farming and grazing levels, with pretty frequent glimpses of a troublesome plant-a particularly devilish little prickly pear, daily damned in the orisons of the agriculturist; imported by a lady of sentiment, and contributed gratis to the colony.
  • scorn Liane echoed with scorn.
  • scorner Her black, bright, downcast, yet espiegle eye, Had gather'd a large tear into its corner, Which the poor thing at times essay'd to dry, For she was not a sentimental mourner Parading all her sensibility, Nor insolent enough to scorn the scorner, But stood in trembling, patient tribulation, To be call'd up for her examination.
  • sojourn Thence came the long spells of ennui, broken by flashes of temper, that marked the voyage and the sojourn at St. Helena.
  • sojourner "You see, my dear Inspector," the Prince said, "I am really a sojourner in your marvellous city not altogether for pleasure.
  • solon "Wealth I would have," said Solon, "but wealth by wrong procure would not," because punishment would follow.
  • son The last Squire had lost his only son at school.
  • soon Don't I tell you that soon I'll have to go?"
  • sown Along with the whaling industry the risks and seclusion of the inlets and channels developed a romantic class of gentlemen, as handy with musket and cutlass as with helm and sheet, fond of easy, exciting profits, and reaping where they had not sown.
  • spoon When it is past midnight, and the fire burns low, and the chill night breeze drifts into camp, they still do not rouse up, but only spoon closer, and sleep right on.
  • suborn But although it is true that this hypothesis would explain much that is enigmatical in the subsequent history of Carlos, I must confess I have met with no confirmation of it in the correspondence of those who had the direction of affairs in the Low Countries, nor in the charges alleged against Montigny himself,-where an attempt to suborn the heir-apparent, one might suppose, would have been paraded as the most heinous offence.
  • swoon But at the last the Black Knight, within an hour and an half, he fell down off his horse in swoon, and there he died.
  • sworn I have sworn that I will not be taken alive into the fortress.
  • Sojourned So he sojourned long at the castle.
  • Jon Jon Karyl strained his eyes.
  • Joan Joan was writing a letter at the window.
  • scorns The admirable conduct of the faithful deputy marshal, Neagle, in whose small frame the power of a nation dwelt at the moment when, like a modern David, he slew a new Goliath, illustrated what one frail mortal can do, who scorns danger when it crosses the path of duty.
  • sojourns During his various sojourns there he was noted to be wilful and unprincipled.

21 words made from the letters sojorn

3 letter words made from sojorn:

son, ono, jnr, ron.

4 letter words made from sojorn:

joon, sojo, soon, rojo, jono, joor, soor, oons, njso, rono, onos, ojos, orno.

5 letter words made from sojorn:

soron, rojos, joson, roons.

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