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  • friar "Very well; and now, in mercy's sake, don't keep me up in the cold any longer," said the Friar.
  • praia Ports: Aveiro, Funchal (Madeira Islands), Horta (Azores), Leixoes, Lisbon, Porto, Ponta Delgada (Azores), Praia da Vitoria (Azores), Setubal, Viana do Castelo
  • said They said there was no disease about her, but that she seemed to sink from that day, growing weaker and weaker until she died.
  • sail Step along, Dan'l, my friend; I seemed to hear Tummels outside, lowering sail."
  • sarah She was an Irishwoman and a Catholic, and was named Sarah.
  • sari But at Sari Bair, where the Australian and New Zealand troops actually landed, the character of the ground, although not so advantageous at first, afforded much more protection once the men were ashore.
  • scar She took no notice of his friendly demonstrations, but coldly and harshly regarded his smiling face, and particularly the broad, blood-red scar which ran from forehead to chin.
  • sear There was a sudden, blinding burst of flame, a wave of scorching heat that seemed to sear into Dale's very soul.
  • serer Serer matriclans can be further categorized by splitting them into groups.
  • shari They were on Shari Bliss, or Bliss Street, and closing in on the American University of Beirut, their first destination of the day.
  • sir And hallo, you, sir!
  • sire On the spot she turns about and calls to him: "Fair sire, of what are you thinking?
  • soar I hearn once of a young bride who thought her husband wuz perfect, and I spoze looked at his backbone sarahuptishushly from day to day a-worryin' for fear his wings would sprout out and he would soar away from her to go and be an angel.
  • spar "It will miss us," Ben said, after watching the spar for a minute.
  • stair At the top of the stair, Joan turned into a room, and keeping along the wall, went cautiously to the window, and listened.
  • star The star was going to set.
  • starr Mamma didn't mention Captain Starr, but she said she had never noticed before that Rose was so fond of admiration, and a little inclined to flirt.
  • stir Or, no-don't tell it now-keep it till the evening, when we all want something to stir us up.
  • syria In Syria at this time of year you will suffer a good deal from rain.
  • zaire The Zaire came cautiously down this stretch of calm water, two Maxim guns significantly displayed at the bridge.
  • Sadr legal status of territory and issue of sovereignty unresolved; territory contested by Morocco and Polisario Front (Popular Front for the Liberation of the Saguia el Hamra and Rio de Oro), which in February 1976 formally proclaimed a government-in-exile of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), led by President Mohamed ABDELAZIZ; territory partitioned between Morocco and Mauritania in April 1976 when Spain withdrew, with Morocco acquiring northern two-thirds; Mauritania, under pressure from Polisario guerrillas, abandoned all claims to its portion in August 1979; Morocco moved to occupy that sector shortly thereafter and has since asserted administrative control; the Polisario's government-in-exile was seated as an Organization of African Unity (OAU) member in 1984; guerrilla activities continued sporadically until a UN-monitored cease-fire was implemented on 6 September 1991 (Security Council Resolution 690) by the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara or MINURSO
  • Sara "Who is it, Sara?
  • Saar It was not the river Saar moving over its bed of sand and yellow pebbles; it was not the breeze in the furze.
  • saris Saris, the only goddess known to us at present, is probably merely a variant of the Ishtar of Nineveh or Arbela, borrowed from the Assyrians at a later date.
  • SRO In the United States, the American Society of Agronomy is the SRO responsible for certification.
  • sorer All this had ceased for Alice-absolutely ceased-yet left a far sorer blank than if it had never been.
  • sorrier "You'll be sorrier still to hear that Monkhouse Lee is doing very well, and is out of all danger," he answered.
  • surer If he should miss, he thought, the man might turn upon him and with a surer aim lay him low.

9 words made from the letters srair

3 letter words made from srair:

ras, irs, ira, sir, air.

4 letter words made from srair:

5 letter words made from srair:

israr.

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