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Possible correct spellings for swade
- sad But it was a sad little smile, and her eyes were rather red, as though something had happened.
- sade SADE, DONATIEN ALPHONSE FRANCOIS, MARQUIS DE, French novelist, who, after fighting in the Seven Years' War, was sentenced to death for odious crimes, effected his escape, but was caught and imprisoned in the Bastille, where he wrote a number of licentious romances; died a lunatic (1740-1814).
- seward Linkin ses Seward reminds him of fellers he's seen out West who had the ager and fever.
- sewed "The Countess sewed it on for me," he said drily, reading my thoughts.
- spade She was such a dainty little creature that the astonished countryman stopped working, stuck his spade into the ground, and gazed at her in wonder.
- swaddle Through bands that swaddle and strangle- But the Pope in the chair of awe Looks down the great quadrangle.
- sward Several times I stood under an oak bough that projected across the sward by the roadside, with a nightingale perched on it overhead straining his throat.
- swat Gimme one of der real kind, an' lemme have a swat at it.
- swede I got to Metz in two days, and put up at the "Roi Dagobert," an excellent inn, where I found the Comte de Louvenhaupt, a Swede, whom I had met at the house of the Princess of Anhalt-Zerbst, mother of the Empress of Russia.
- wad I'll gie thee are o' my best milk ky, To maintain thy wife and children thrie; And that may be as gude, I think, As ony twa o' thine wad be.
- wade He watched some young colonists wade through the pool to drive fish into the shallows where they could pin them, with their legs, catch them with their hands.
- wader One pretty little wader, an avoset, appears as if standing on stilts, its legs are so long; and its bill seems bent the wrong way, or upward.
- Swayed The figure swayed in the wind.
- Sadie Sadie, take Minnie with you; I can't have her here another instant.
- SWED botte, papula, a swelling with many reddish pimples that eat and spread; Swed.
- sawed As the Jerry flashed past his sights, he opened up and his Brownings sawed a wing off the fighter.
- sowed He did not answer in kind the blame and criticism industriously sowed by Kennedy; but he dropped into a half-a-dozen saloons in the next few days, and told "the b'ys" a pretty full history of the "behind-the-scenes" part.
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