Correct spelling for SOO

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Possible correct spellings for soo

  • boo Its features lighted up with mirth, and the lips formed the unmistakable monosyllable: " Boo!"
  • coo He thought it was a gull, and paid no heed; but in a moment a soft coo started him, and looking up, he saw a white dove struggling to get in.
  • goo " Goo-goo-goo-goo," said the baby, and thrust the locket in her mouth.
  • loo But you remember what he said of you, Loo?
  • moo But Gray Elk called her Kee-nee-moo-sha, the Sweetheart.
  • shoo Shoo 'em back, will you?
  • so And it was well that it was so.
  • sod She had given her hand to the leader, and that impulsive son of the ould sod kissed it gallantly.
  • soho Soho, London, 1792. He became a printer, and was one of the most energetic of working men engaged in the foundation of mechanics' institutes.
  • sol "I say, Sol, how came you to tell that tarnation tearing lie to Mr. S-- yesterday?
  • solo The great passer of Solo becomes an endless delight, and the interminable corridors, where the fumes of incense mingle with the breath of flowers, convey strange suggestions of antiquity.
  • son Then he turned and looked down at his son.
  • soon Soon now must he come.
  • soot Soot had flown down and marched forward to see what was being done.
  • sop It wasn't worth another fight, and there was nothing to be gained by a refusal except to offer a sop to his own exasperation.
  • sos SOS. If she speaks the truth, we have the same lot, and, like me, Monsieur, you are double.
  • sot We put Tommy into a hammock and sot down peaceful nigh by him.
  • sou Unfortunately for Albert, he had become intimate with one of those men who trade on the weaknesses of others, and who, not having means enough to lead a life of dissipation, and lacking the talent to procure it, attach themselves to those who are possessed of wealth, find a way to make themselves necessary to them, to take part in all their follies, to be included in all their parties of pleasure; so that they are able to lead a most agreeable existence with a very modest income, or even if they have not a sou.
  • sow They all received grain to sow and plant for the first year.
  • soy About ten minutes before serving, put in some basil, tarragon, chives, parsley, cayenne pepper, and salt; also two spoonfuls of mushroom ketchup, and one of soy.
  • too It was too confoundedly puzzling.
  • woo Besought I went from home, to woo thee, Gudrun!
  • zoo Which did you like best-the Zoo or the pictures?"
  • Soc Soc. Washington, 27:19-21, February 2.
  • FOO Foo Cha tried to shut the door in his face, but it was like pushing against a mountain.
  • POO Do let him alone, wilto-or else aw'll poo that toppin' o' thine, smartly-aw will!
  • SRO The Canadian and American equivalents to a bedsit are rooming house and single room occupancy (SRO).
  • sob The Peace Queen blushed and answered: "To you also I say, go in peace," but her voice was a whisper which ended in a stifled sob.

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