How to spell SORWD correctly?

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  • cord There, you see," he continued, as Arthur slackened the cord.
  • ford You couldn't even get away with a Ford."
  • lord I am a poor lord, if Cornelia be not my lady."
  • sad It's a good room to think in, or to be sad in.
  • said As I took her by the hand, placing the other on her head, I said, "My dear girl, you are an unhappy child."
  • sd William Marshall personally acknowledged this lease of land by him passed to John Marshall to be his proper act and deed, which at the instance of the sd. John Marshall is admitted to record.
  • seed He could hear them singing, the harvest hymn: "We plough the fields and scatter-The good seed on the land."
  • sod Plowed late, such action does not take place, and the surface is injured by winter-exposure: hence, do all the early fall-plowing possible, but plow nothing late in the fall but sod-land.
  • soda "Well, anyway," he said recklessly, "I'll jolly well go downstairs and have a brandy-and-soda!"
  • soddy
  • sold
  • soled
  • solid
  • soot I have to clean the soot off my window.
  • sooty The floor was sooty from the fire.
  • sordid The sordid details of his affair were soiled by the truth.
  • sore
  • sorry
  • sort
  • sorted All the papers are sorted into folders.
  • sorter
  • sortie The squadron had a sortie scheduled for tomorrow.
  • sot
  • sound
  • soured After tasting the beer, I noticed that it had a sour taste to it.
  • sow
  • sown Most people sow their wild oats in their early twenties.
  • stew
  • stow The crew stowed the sails quickly.
  • sword The blade of the sword was sharp.
  • word
  • Sired Amiables 1898 filly sired by Carbine died young and she delivered a stillborn foal sired by Crowberry in 1901.
  • Soared The Chief's eye flashed; his plans Soared up again like fire.
  • Sued
  • Sid I smiled at Sid and went on tiptoes and necked out my head and kissed him on a powdery cheek just above an aromatic mustache.
  • sorts
  • SORTA We have to get our rental car from the rental company, which is called SORTA.
  • SOWS
  • sorer It was more painful than she imagined.
  • sowed I sowed some fabric in the garden.

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