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  • esteem You two and the Smiths stand out like Gibraltars in my esteem.
  • item An interesting item from her sister Susan's diary, under date of February 8, 1851, tells of the impression the hymn made on her when she first read it.
  • salem Such aspiration was especially voiced in the earnest songs of Phyllis, in the martyrdom of Attucks, the fighting of Salem and Poor, the intellectual accomplishments of Banneker and Derham, and the political demands of the Cuffes.
  • sate Alan rose to his feet and leant over his cousin where she sate.
  • sated I do not know who were married, or whether they lived happily ever after; but I remember that when the dancers were wearied, and we were all sated with goodies, day was dawning, and several of the young people went out for a stroll in a grove near by. They took me with them-who were they?-and they lost me. At any rate, when they saw me again, I was a stranger.
  • seem Other fish there are which seem to resemble man in their ability to change their climate at will but, like him also, they are apt in so doing to lose their health, or, at least, to get somewhat out of condition.
  • settee Peggy stopped in her walk now and faced Pauline, who had been sitting upon the settee.
  • setter Once they ran into a giant porcupine-about the size a setter would be, with shorter legs-which did not understand running away.
  • site Moreover-for no site more unsuitable could be found than his garden-in behalf of good taste.
  • sitter Then, dropping his weapon, he flung out of the room, leaving his sitter and her friends in speechless consternation, to wonder then and ever after in what way they had offended him.
  • sodom This was the iniquity of Sodom: fulness of bread, and abundance of peace, were in her and her daughters; yet the hand of the poor and needy they did not assist; but they were haughty and committed abomination before the Lord: therefore He took them away as He saw good.
  • stael In the solitude of Coppet, where she died at fifty-seven, during the last and darkest days of the Revolution, perhaps she realized in the tireless devotion of her husband and the loving care of Mme. de Stael the repose of heart which the brilliant world of Paris never gave her.
  • state The people at Manila had given me the most dismal account of the district; according to them, I should soon be murdered: my turn for adventure was such, that all their stories, instead of alarming me, only increased my desire to visit men who were living almost in a savage state.
  • stater It is an electrum stater of a turtle, an animal sacred to Aphrodite, struck at Aegina that dates from 700 BC.
  • steam Meanwhile, a steam pinnace came puffing out from the harbour, and in a few minutes General French was standing on the promenade deck of the Australien.
  • steamy A cascade of water shot up, and then a steamy smoke, and then there lifted, torrent-like, house-high above the pit, a Vesuvius of water, dirt, splinters and twisted pieces of iron.
  • steed Orion had to fight a pitched battle with his steed, and it was a relief to him to exercise his power with curb and knee.
  • steel No, steel; I had never felt anything like it before; it was not something I was born with.
  • steep Drogmulla, our objective, lies about fourteen miles from Harwan, and the forest house is a full mile beyond the village, at the end of a somewhat steep and winding path.
  • steer Steer for the west.
  • stem D'Urberville began gathering specimens of the fruit for her, handing them back to her as he stooped; and, presently, selecting a specially fine product of the "British Queen" variety, he stood up and held it by the stem to her mouth.
  • step Now I am ready; come, step-mamma."
  • stet
  • stew
  • storm
  • stormy
  • stream
  • strew
  • strum
  • suttee
  • system
  • teem
  • totem
  • Sited The proposed Allandale station was to have been sited on the former Castlecary brickworks.
  • Sties
  • sates Never did the Union, never did freedom, the world, more need his services than now. A large territory, of sufficient extent to form several States, had been blighted by slavery, and annexed to the United Sates.
  • sites He had boomed Flamsted for the last ten years-its climate, its situation, its scenery, its water power, its lake-shore lands as prospective sites for mansion summer cottages, and the treasures of its unopened quarries.
  • stems Vast roots like huge snakes ran out over the ground in all directions, their upper parts forming huge buttresses to the giant stems.
  • STE The Bavarian Corps reached the Clermont-Verdun road, the 5th Ste.
  • XTERM

12 words made from the letters sttem

3 letter words made from sttem:

est, mes, esm, set, stm, mst, tet.

5 letter words made from sttem:

metts.

4 letter words made from sttem:

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Emmits

  • admits
  • amity's
  • ascribes to
  • be at the bottom of
  • be operation
  • being on case
  • breaks to smithereens
  • bring standstill
  • brings pressure to bear
  • bundles up
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