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  • bride But where is the bride of my bed?
  • dried In the midst of the trees was a pool, half choked with the dried mud and rubbish of a recent flood from the ravine.
  • fried I think I'll take a bit of fried bacon.
  • pride Then her pride returned again, and with it came thoughts of Arthur Carrollton.
  • rid But he saw that she wished only to be rid of him, and so shook hands and watched her down the street.
  • ride He would ride over some day and see him.
  • rider Leech being a constant rider, both spoke and drew in favour of the new ride.
  • rite Bear through the night your well trimmed light, Speed forth to join the marriage rite.
  • rude "I shall risk being rude in my rough way," said Barclay in a low voice, "and repeat my words.
  • sade Yet Hugh de Sade grew annoyed and sent a respectful request to Petrarch to omit it.
  • said "We bought it when they told us there would be roses," said the woman, loud and bitter.
  • serried The "serried phalanx of her gallant sons" that should "prevent the passage of the United States forces" was an expression that amused Northern critics of style as a bit of antiquated Southern rodomontade.
  • side On the opposite side of the river, overlooking Beaucaire, are the more picturesque ruins of the castle of Montmorency, whose adjoining garden forms one of the many promenades of the people of Beaucaire.
  • sire "I-I believe so, Sire," he stammered.
  • site A mill partly erected near our mill site, and owned by a Mr. Bradley and a Mr. H. H. Honore, the father of Mrs. Potter Palmer, was moved away to other parts, and our mill was left alone.
  • slide With the passing of the sleeping green shores, the ceaseless slide of the quiet waters, a tender peace began to come into McElroy's soul.
  • snide Ames added, unhappily, that certain papers and news commentators had been making snide remarks about the Swifts' failure to match the Brungarians' submarine achievement.
  • sprite In this pursuit he was assisted by Sibyl, who proved to have great knowledge in some botanical departments, especially among flowers; and in her cold and quiet way, she met him on this subject and glided by his side, as she had done so long, a companion, a daily observer and observed of him, mixing herself up with his pursuits, as if she were an attendant sprite upon him.
  • stride As he darted aside and along the footpath he could hear the momentary break in his antagonist's stride.
  • tried 61. Have you tried that?
  • Rode Good-day to you, sir; come along, Harry," and Algernon rode on.
  • Sided They do find it out in a one-sided sort of way: and then they run to private theatricals.
  • Sired Her husband welcomed her, though bearing A child sired by an Indian bold; He proudly claimed the stalwart Adam, Whose blood descendants are untold.
  • Skied Out of the worst of the wind, they skied easily back down towards the timberline.
  • Cried "I had to, girlie, I had to," he cried over and over again.
  • Pried Then, with his jackknife, he pried one of the no-draft windows open just far enough to slip the wire in.
  • Spied Luckily they'd been spied by the coastguard, and a boat had been put out to them.
  • Striae They consist of a flat oval cartilage, on which they float; there is a mouth in the inferior surface of this surrounded with many tentacula; on its superior surface is a crest which remains above water, and the wind blowing against it turns the animal round; they thus swim with a rotatory motion; the crest is placed obliquely to the length of the oval cartilage, and this position of it perhaps assists in producing the motion; the crest is perfectly transparent, but marked with little striae; the oval cartilage is marked with concentric striae, which indicate the lines of its growth; in some this cartilage is transparent, in others quite blue.
  • Strode 292 Strode, one of the "five members," v.
  • Sadie Sadie was quite sober now.
  • Sid Much as he loved Sid, he could not forgive this underhand and mercenary transaction.

33 words made from the letters sride

3 letter words made from sride:

die, ire, rid, res, red, dis, sir, esr, ies, des, dre, irs.

5 letter words made from sride:

dreis, rides, desir, reids, resid, dries, seidr, redis.

4 letter words made from sride:

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