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  • keel Matheson raised himself on his knees on the keel of the boat again and again to search around, but no sail or steamer-smoke gave hope of rescue.
  • sagely When I had described them to the best of my ability, he nodded sagely and directed me up a side road near by.
  • scale It was Eylau over again on a small scale.
  • scowl Oh, what a scowl had Mr. Owl, And Featherhead felt nearly dead.
  • scull Modern professionals, with very few exceptions, scull in disgracefully bad form.
  • seal To tell how the wind blew they would hang the head of a fox or wolf or a seal from the rafters and watch the way it swung.
  • seek There is forgiveness of sins for him who will seek it.
  • sell 9541. Did you sell to Mr. Leask?
  • sequel My father had advised him to let Peter carry his rifle and his slightly furnished knapsack, a fortunate circumstance, as was proved by the sequel.
  • shekel 27:3 And thy estimation shall be of the male from twenty years old even unto sixty years old, even thy estimation shall be fifty shekels of silver, after the shekel of the sanctuary.
  • skill The position would be a bad one had we any skill or forethought.
  • skull The creature was now about to renew the attack and a blow from his hoof might have shattered his skull, or at least have seriously injured him.
  • sleek He used to remind me at school of a sleek, complacent cat, and I hate cats with particular loathing.
  • smell I was aware first that the sky had changed from blue into a muddy grey, then that dust and an ugly smell were in my eyes, my mouth, my nose.
  • spell I would not care if Jacqueline were the one to be unhappy"-for so had pain changed her toward the child that had been to her almost as her own-"but in a few years the spell will have vanished.
  • spiel It was nearly lunchtime when he finished his spiel, and I was kicking myself in my short-memoried brain for having let him get onto the subject, when abruptly the joyous glow behind his eyes damped its sparkle a bit.
  • squall Lost in the sudden darkening of rain, or reappearing beneath the lifted curtain of the squall, she watched it weather the island, and then turn its laboring but persistent course towards the open channel.
  • squeal Pigs squeal like billy-o, m'lady!
  • stael M. de Stael, the Russian Ambassador; Lady Crawford, still lovely as daylight, and her nice daughter Lady Evelyn; Lady Galloway, brimming with cleverness; M. de Montholon, French Minister at Athens; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker, most amusing and cheery; Sir Philip Currie, General Feilding, etc.
  • steal Course, we do have keys an' keep 'em hung in their places, but as for usin' 'em-Why, who in Marsden would steal a cent's worth?"
  • steel 57-59 Steel Yard, the, iv.
  • steele Not all the Water in the rough rude Sea Can wash the Balme from an anoynted King; The breath of worldly men cannot depose The Deputie elected by the Lord: For euery man that Bullingbrooke hath prest, To lift shrewd Steele against our Golden Crowne, Heauen for his Richard hath in heauenly pay A glorious Angell: then if Angels fight, Weake men must fall, for Heauen still guards the right.
  • steely There was a maritime flavour about him which at once enlisted Mr. Chalk's sympathies and made him overlook the small, steely- grey eyes and large and somewhat brutal mouth.
  • swell And you but to think upon the love-days, and to hear the echoes of those dear proud thoughts that did so to swell in you; and doth not all to go so strangely with familiar pain in the old way?
  • Snell Mr. Snell was correct in his surmise, that somebody else would remember the pedlar's ear-rings.
  • Sahel landlocked; Lake Chad is the most significant water body in the Sahel
  • skoal "Thus, seamed with many scars, Bursting these prison bars, Up to its native stars My soul ascended! There from the flowing bowl Deep drinks the warrior's soul, Skoal! to the Northland! skoal!" Thus the tale ended.

10 words made from the letters sqeel

3 letter words made from sqeel:

ese, sle, esq, lee, see, eel.

4 letter words made from sqeel:

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