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  • boom For two years, during the land boom, the bank had not closed, day or night.
  • bum You see, Fort Duggan, they reckon, is a bum sort of location, eaten up by bugs an' a poor sort of neche race.
  • doom "Then," she cried, "tell him that to save the innocent, I had to betray the guilty, but in doing this I did not spare myself; that whatever his doom may be, I shall share it, even though it be that of death."
  • guam The Guam Rail usually appeared to be a quiet bird, but at Tarague Point on July 12, 1945, I heard its loud penetrating cry; it was a series of rapid screeches.
  • gum "Moreover," continued Jack, "the bread-fruit tree affords a capital gum, which serves the natives for pitching their canoes; the bark of the young branches is made by them into cloth; and of the wood, which is durable and of a good colour, they build their houses.
  • hum Somebody ter hum tew, fer ther chimley is a smokin'.
  • loom From the adjoining workrooms came the monotonous rattle of the loom at which, as usual, a number of slaves were working.
  • mom All of a sudden I heard Mom saying something in a tearful voice, and I stopped cold-wondering what I'd maybe done and shouldn't have, and if Mom was telling Pop about it, so I started to listen-and then was half afraid to, so I started to open the door and go out when I heard Pop say something in a low voice, and it was, No, Mother, whatever it is, I know one thing-our Bill will tell the truth.
  • mum "Indeed, mum, I've made a pretty mess of it," said Allenby, reappearing.
  • pom He did not wait for rest or explanation; but as soon as we cantered in with the pom-pom, gave the order for the column to advance.
  • rom She tried to pull herself together, tried not to think about it, tried to be amused by the high spirits and nonsense of Mr. Wintersloan and Syd and Rom and Theodore; but Mr. Magnet was very pervasive, and her mother didn't ever look at her, looked past her and away from her and all round her, in a profoundly observant manner.
  • room Come to my room and I'll tell you all about it.
  • rum If we wish to find the highest type of the American Indian we must look for him before he was driven west by the land-seeking pioneer and before he was degraded by the rum-selling French trader.
  • sam The negro, who went by no other name than Sam or Black Sam, was the first we met.
  • scam (Ford, a recovering alcoholic, also reverts to drinking as part of the scam; "hitting the bottle" is an expression for heavy drinking.
  • scow The big fellow measured off a space with his hand and, straightening again, stood against the wall of the scow, his head reaching almost to the ceiling.
  • scum The ocean had but an hour ago cast him like its scum on the beach.
  • seam His fingers began beating a tattoo on his trousers' seam; a hungry brilliance shone in his eyes.
  • seem I knew it took a man a good many years to gain knowledge enough to know where to sink a prospect shaft even, and as to passing opinions on a vein, it would seem almost wicked and sacriligious to send a man out there among those old grizzly miners who had spent their lives in bitter experience, unless the young man could readily distinguish the points of difference between a chunk of free milling quartz and a fragment of bologna sausage.
  • sham The little finger of the sham d'Urberville can do more for you than the whole dynasty of the real underneath...
  • shim
  • siam
  • skim
  • slam
  • slim
  • slum
  • sm
  • smog
  • snow
  • so
  • sod
  • sodom
  • sol
  • some
  • son
  • soon
  • sop
  • sos
  • sot
  • sou
  • souk
  • soul
  • soup
  • sour
  • sow
  • soy
  • spam
  • stem
  • storm
  • sub
  • sue
  • suez
  • suit
  • sum
  • sump
  • sun
  • sup
  • suva
  • swim
  • tom
  • tum
  • zoom
  • Fum Nex' mawnin' he 'uz up en stirrin' monst'us soon, en he put out fum dar, en he fine de way ter Miss Meadows' time 'nuff fer ter play at de frolic.
  • Om Lov om Laererskoler og Prover for Laerere og Laererinder i Folkeskolen.
  • sumo
  • Sufi
  • Soc
  • Sous
  • Swam
  • Swum
  • Suse
  • Suzy
  • sums
  • UM
  • SUI
  • YUM
  • QOM Administrative divisions: 25 provinces (ostanha, singular - ostan); Ardabil, Azarbayjan-e Gharbi, Azarbayjan-e Sharqi, Bushehr, Chahar Mahall va Bakhtiari, Esfahan, Fars, Gilan, Hamadan, Hormozgan, Ilam, Kerman, Kermanshahan, Khorasan, Khuzestan, Kohkiluyeh va Buyer Ahmadi, Kordestan, Lorestan, Markazi, Mazandaran, Semnan, Sistan va Baluchestan, Tehran, Yazd, Zanjan note: there may be two new provinces named Qom and Qazvin
  • SRO
  • SUPP
  • sob

6 words made from the letters suom

3 letter words made from suom:

sum, som, mus, sou.

4 letter words made from suom:

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