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  • pond "Come on, folks, we are going to the house to have some music," Aunt Jerry called, as she and Eugene Wellington came across the lawn from the lily-pond.
  • pound It's the same old pound of flesh.
  • respond He doesn't always respond to directions you know."
  • sand The sand shook near by, and another person appeared.
  • send If I could get any work to do I would send him.
  • sound She gave no sound in answer, nor did she look at him.
  • span Now the flood tide does not run through the bridge at right angles to the span.
  • spend His father had been up to see the ladies two or three times, and in spite of the difference in religion had prayed with them, and talked a little; and Lady Maxwell had asked that Isabel might come up to supper and spend the evening.
  • spender "A big spender, eh?" The man snickered, but handed over a large plastic chip.
  • spent This meant a great change in Lady Fanny's life; henceforward for the next eight years more than half of every year was spent by her in London.
  • spin The endless hours of the weary day drag on like a terrible nightmare, but a descent into a profound ravine of these mountain solitudes at length enables the driver to start the team at a rate which makes it impossible for them to stop, and he vaults lightly into his place as we spin merrily downhill.
  • spoon Maybe the charm failed to work because Charlie had forgotten which end of the mantelpiece his mother used to keep it on, or I used the wrong spoon.
  • spot "A charming spot, Mr. Rolfe-charming!
  • spud But neither hay-time, nor hot jam-time, nor holiday-time bring back Freddy to the Manor, whither his country-loving aunt has hastened back joyfully to spud and billycock and shorthorns, a round month ago.
  • spurned Of wives that to the Wind have been allotted There is no lack; You've spurned my love as though I were a worm; But next September when I see thy form, I'll woo thee with an equinoctial storm!
  • synod Nor can any council, assembly, conference, synod escape from similar limitations.
  • Pend "Whilst Marse Tom Davis hed oberseers hired ter look atter de farmin of de lan, he hed his own way er doin de bizness, kase he know dat all he niggers is good wukkers, en dat he kin pend on em, so de fust of ebery week he gib each en ebery single man er fambly er task fer ter do dat week, en atter dat task is done den dey fru wuk fer dat week en kin den ten de patches whut he wud gib dem fer ter raise whut dey want on, en whut de slabes raise on dese patches dat he gib em wud be deres whut-sum-eber hit wud be, cotton er taters er what, hit wub be, dey own, en dey cud sell hit en hab de money fer demselves ter buy whut dey want.
  • Spawned These are wholly the cries of the male Frogs, and cease when the mates have been found and have spawned; and to assist in producing them many species have gular air-sacs, which are connected with the vocal organs and furnish the power required for the loud and insistent utterances.
  • Spanned A wooden culvert spanned the reed-grown watercourse.
  • Sped His companions sped merrily on, not noticing what had befallen him, and he was left to disentangle himself as best he could.
  • Sponged Here rode Bartleson, here Villeneuve, Maxime with the colors, Tracy, Sam Gibbs; and here from the chests sprang Violett, Rareshide, Charlie and their scores of fellows, unlimbered, sighted, blazed, sponged, reloaded, pealed again, sent havoc into the enemy and got havoc from them.
  • Spun We came suddenly into view of Arran when the car had spun us along an up and down road to Ochiltree and Cumnock.
  • spooned "Jenny won't thank us any for bringing her from summer right into winter, I reckon," murmured George, as he and Terry spooned against each other, to keep warm.
  • spends He who spends his days gloomily, in constant mistrust of his fellows, will often appear a profounder thinker than the other, who lives in the faith and honest simplicity wherein all men should dwell.

12 words made from the letters spond

3 letter words made from spond:

dos, son, don, pod, sod, nod, sop, ops.

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