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  • astral It is impossible to believe that Eustace was ever at any pains to conceal the effects of this astral phenomenon from his family, for its members were very quickly excited.
  • austral Rise royally, O sun, and crown The shoreward billow, streaming white, The forelands, and the mountains brown, With crested light; Flood with soft beams the valleys wide, The mighty plains, the desert sand, Till the New Day hath won for bride This Austral land!
  • cereal At present there are only about 220 acres under cereal cultivation, whilst its inhabitants number over 70,000!
  • derail On the way they discuss the manner in which they may derail the car with the nitro-glycerine.
  • gestural But the speech, or oral, method is steadily growing in popularity, and gradually supplanting manual spelling and gestural signs.
  • lateral His nursery and living-room is quite pretentious, but his lateral storeroom is a marvel!
  • literal There is no denying that these are the facts, if we are to be bound by literal interpretation, unless we throw to the winds all reason and common-sense.
  • mistral Yet, in spite of heterogeneous nursing and exposure to sun and rain and piercing mistral, Jean throve exceedingly, and, to Aristide's delight, began to cut another tooth.
  • pastoral It belongs to the world of old-fashioned pastoral poetry, in which Corydon and Thyrsis had their being.
  • postural Adverse effects of captopril include cough due to increase in the plasma levels of bradykinin, angioedema, agranulocytosis, proteinuria, hyperkalemia, taste alteration, teratogenicity, postural hypotension, acute renal failure, and leukopenia.
  • retrial Pocahontas (1995) – highly fictionalized film about the settlement of Jamestown, Virginia, the first feature-length animated film by Disney to be based on historical events Ravan Raaj: A True Story (1995) – Hindi film based on a doctors story, centered on kidney smugglers and a serial killer The Young Poisoners Handbook (1995) – dark comedy, based on the life of Graham Young, more commonly known as "The Teacup Murderer" of the 1970s 1996 Apollo 11 (1996) – television film about the Apollo 11 spaceflight Bastard Out of Carolina (1996) – based on real-life events of child abuse from the semi-autobiographical book of the same title by Dorothy Allison, directed by Anjelica Huston The Crucible (1996) – drama based on the Salem witch trials between 1692 and 1693, written by Arthur Miller and based on his play of the same name Deadly Voyage (1996) – television film directed by John Mackenzie about Kingsley Ofosu, the sole survivor of a group of nine African stowaways murdered on the cargo ship MC Ruby in 1992 The Dentist (1996) – horror film based on real-life dentist/serial killer Nick Rex; directed by Brian Yuzna Fly Away Home (1996) – adapted from the book by Bill Lishman, dramatizing the actual experiences of Bill Lishman who in 1986 started training geese to follow his ultralight and succeeded in leading their migration in 1993; directed by Carroll Ballard The Ghost and the Darkness (1996) – fictionalized account about two lions that attacked and killed workers in Tsavo, Kenya during the building of the African Uganda-Mombasa Railway in 1898, killing 130 people over a nine-month period Ghosts of Mississippi (1996) – based on the 1994 third retrial of Byron De La Beckwith, white supremacist accused of the 1963 assassination of civil rights activist Medgar Evers; directed by Rob Reiner I Shot Andy Warhol (1996) – based on the life of Valerie Solanas and her relationship with Andy Warhol Killer: A Journal of Murder (1996) – James Woods plays the evil 1920s serial killer Carl Panzram, who befriended prison guard Henry Lesser; directed by Tim Metcalfe Michael Collins (1996) – based on the life of IRA leader Michael Collins White Squall (1996) – based on the fate of the brigantine Albatross, which sank May 2, 1961, allegedly because of a white squall The Whole Wide World (1996) – biographical drama film about Robert E.
  • sartorial But in the wearing of these garments I aggravated the original sartorial offence into a sartorial crime.
  • serial In part no doubt this was accident; in part it was due to the greater prominence which novels and serial works of other kinds were beginning to assume; in part it may be to the fact that the great increase in the number of magazines and newspapers had lowered their individual dignity and perhaps their profitableness.
  • several Once he sat down for several minutes, and Robert Robin was hoping that he would not come any nearer the woods.
  • sidereal Yea, and this aquaterrestrial globe and these sidereal heavens are the divine flounces of the Vesture of Allah.
  • spiral A dainty and diminutive spiral stairway, suggestive of having been modelled on the lines of the grand spirals at Chambord or Blois, and half enclosed in the surrounding wall, leads to the Chapter Room above.
  • stael We hope still to deal with Chateaubriand, Madame de Stael, Lamartine, Alfred de Musset, Sainte-Beuve, Victor Hugo, and perhaps others, in a future volume.
  • stale It was to me a triumph only to puzzle his shrewdness, "to make him think," as I used to say,-and if ever through his carelessness I managed a stale, or a draw,-very seldom a mate,-that was glory indeed.
  • stall Cosmo set the horse, as soon as he had done giving him his supper of diamonds, again in his old stall, and replaced the stones that had shut him in as well as he could.
  • stare At intervals, not wishing to stare, Ruth glanced around the room.
  • starr Mr. Starr listened without reply.
  • steal And so you thought you'd steal away without letting me know it?
  • steel Let us take U.S. Steel again, as an example.
  • steele " Steele is a good name for such a stern old personage," said Genevieve.
  • steely Mr. Arnot moved rather in his own well-defined grooves, which he had deliberately furrowed out with his own steely will.
  • steerable During my ascent with M. Machuron, while our guide rope was wrapped around the tree and the wind was shaking us so outrageously, he improved the occasion to discourage me against all steerable ballooning.
  • stella 35. Stella and, ii.
  • stellar The planets and stellar systems that circle in their glorious orbits preserve a sublime harmony of movement.
  • stereo We should try to eliminate the stereo-type attitudes about, and suspicion of, communism.
  • sterile And he reminded him of Gloriani's having forewarned him against these sterile moods the year before.
  • sternly The coroner surveyed the hotel-keeper somewhat sternly.
  • steroidal A novel glycosidic steroidal alkaloid from Solanum aculeastrum".
  • strap That's right, strap his feet underneath.
  • straw Her Mass, Randolph wrote, "is rather for despite than devotion, for those that use it care not a straw for it, and jest sometimes against it."
  • stray Of Dante's boyhood and early youth we have only stray indications, and those mainly gathered from his own writings.
  • streak For a single instant-the last-the trembling, glittering figure seemed to hesitate, then like a streak of lightning leapt straight over the footlights into the outstretched arms.
  • streaky The ribs of it streaky with the dint of patent medicines--
  • stream He was in the middle of the frozen stream, and was hurrying towards us, axe in hand.
  • strep In addition to streptococcal pharyngitis (strep throat), certain Streptococcus species are responsible for many cases of pink eye, meningitis, bacterial pneumonia, endocarditis, erysipelas, and necrotizing fasciitis (the 'flesh-eating bacterial infections).
  • strew Strew roses on our way.
  • stria The lateral wall of the cochlear duct is formed by the spiral ligament and the stria vascularis, which produces the endolymph.
  • stroll And with that they resumed their homeward stroll.
  • surreal Over a decade later, a surreal, role playing, indie fangame under the misleading title Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden, was released in 2008 as an unofficial sequel to both this and Space Jam.
  • trail "My trail is an out trail.
  • trawl Material brought up by the trawl will often afford specimens; but, failing these sources of supply, the muddy deposit from deep niches between the rocks at low-water mark will often provide a very interesting variety.
  • trial The idea was worth a trial.
  • Striae The cones are bodies quite as distinctly differentiated from the protoplasm of the cell as nuclei, while the striae which diverge from their apices are merely structures in the general protoplasm of the cell.
  • STOL STOL aircraft such as the OV-10 were sometimes deployed on and were able to perform short take-offs and landings on large deck amphibious assault ships without needing catapults or arresting wires, although for safety and clearance reasons, the latter was most often not permitted.

119 words made from the letters steral

5 letter words made from steral:

laers, artel, atler, tesla, stael, strae, later, aelst, setal, stela, ratel, steal, reals, seral, letra, saler, astre, salet, tares, tarle, trela, reast, selat, alert, sarel, laser, teals, taler, taels, leats, slart, stare, slate, aerts, least, stale, raste, alter, retal, alers, sater, satre, selar, aster, tears, ralte, teras, rates, astle, searl.

3 letter words made from steral:

ert, ate, eta, let, rat, ter, ret, are, est, art, era, tea, ras, sea, ler, sat, alt, tar, sle, lea, asl, lat, res, eat, ale, ear, esr, als, set.

4 letter words made from steral:

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Strawls

  • contends for
  • contends with
  • cried for
  • data sheet
  • delves in to
  • delves into
  • didst well
  • drawl's
  • drawls
  • flaps one tongue
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