Correct spelling for SUGER

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Possible correct spellings for suger

  • auger 1775, the cutting edge being a curve to adapt it to severing the fibre in end-grained wood, as was explained with reference to Good's auger bit.
  • luger This was a 9 mm Luger semi-automatic pistol capable of holding 13 rounds in the magazine (plus one chambered).
  • sag As a whaling town, Sag Harbour is the third or fourth port in the country, and maintains something like that rank in importance.
  • sage "Perhaps I might differ something from this sage conclusion," he answered a little flippantly.
  • sanger Sanger primarily advocated for birth control on the idea that it would prevent women from seeking unsafe abortions, but during her lifetime, she began to campaign for it on the grounds that it would reduce mental and physical defects.
  • sec O. K. H. R., Sec.
  • sedge He could hear the rush of the water through the sedge in the mill-race, and then, all at once, the roll of the wheel, the low rumble of the mill-gear, and the cool whisper of the wind in the willows.
  • seer Even the fixed and sightless eyeballs do not mar the imageof the seer!
  • segue Unlike in American programs, in which bumpers are typically supplied by the network (when they have them at all), eyecatches are almost always produced by the production company and considered a part of the program itself, rather than (or also serving as) a segue into a commercial break.
  • serge So Serge sat at his books.
  • siege For the King Rience lieth at a siege at the Castle Terrabil, and thither will we draw in all haste, to prove our worship and prowess upon him.
  • signer This first thought of Signer Firpo was characteristic of our age, which, in place of giving the hand to the unfortunate, repulses him, and does not recognize in the poor the right to be ill. The first sentiment experienced to-day when men meet is that of suspicion or distrust.
  • skier Amos Bronson Alcott (1799–1888), American educator and writer Abigail May Alcott Nieriker (1840–1879), American artist and sister of Louisa May Amy Alcott (born 1956) – American Hall of Fame golfer Chemmy Alcott, British alpine skier Louisa May Alcott (1832–1888), daughter of Amos Bronson Alcott, author of Little Women William A.
  • slugger But " Slugger" was simply at sea on the right side of center and so had to be put back again.
  • sucre
  • sue
  • sugar
  • sugary
  • super
  • sure
  • surge
  • surgery
  • Surged
  • Sarge A Beetle Bailey parody in Mad from the late 1960s portrays Sarge and Captain Scabbard finally wresting the cap off Beetles face—revealing the words "Get Out of Viet Nam!
  • Sugars
  • SEQ Chingtu, 213 Christchurch, 106 Clova, Mrs. Gordon's illness at, 218, 219 Coles, Sir Jenkin and Baker-Kingston dispute, 208 Commandant of South Australia, 208; author's work as, 263, et seq.
  • GER It shouldn't be taking so long, if Ger were successful.
  • SEGA Andrew Robinson – water polo player Andrew Sabiston, Canadian voice actor Andrew Sachs – character actor Andrew Sega – American musician Andrew "Andy" Shernoff – songwriter/guitarist for the pre-punk band The Dictators Andrew Shue – American actor Andrew Stahl – television and film actor Andrew Stanton – "Pixar" producer, director, voice actor, and screenwriter Andrew Stevovich - American visual artist Andrew Stockdale – guitarist and singer of Wolfmother Andrew Symonds – cricketer Andrew Sznajder (born 1967) - English-born Canadian tennis player Andrew Tanenbaum – computer scientist Andrew Timlin – field hockey player Andrew Toney – basketball player Andy Van Slyke – baseball player Andrew VanWyngarden – musician Andrew W.
  • huger A male voice, not unmusical, singing a rousing chorus in Italian, and peering circumspectly through an open balustrade into that lower room, Captain Folsom saw the singer seated at a great square piano, a giant of a man with a huge shock of dark brown hair and ferocious mustaches, while a coal black negro, even huger in size, lolled negligently at one end of the keyboard, his red lips parted wide in a grin of enjoyment and ivory white teeth showing between, and at the other end of the piano, with his elbows planted on the instrument and his head pressed between his hands, stood or rather leaned a rough-looking man of medium height, his grizzled hair all awry where he had run his fingers through it, and wearing a khaki shirt open at the throat.
  • smugger
  • sager Nobody Does It Better" is a song composed by Marvin Hamlisch with lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager.
  • surer
  • surges
  • cave-in During the fight, Basilisk disappeared during a cave-in.

33 words made from the letters suger

3 letter words made from suger:

sur, res, erg, rue, gur, sue, esr, use, gsr, rug.

4 letter words made from suger:

rues, grue, uges, gure, rugs, guse, ursg, gesu, urge, ruse, ruge, suge, sure, grus, suer, user, gurs.

5 letter words made from suger:

regus, urges, segur, suger, surge, grues.

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