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  • aware But, so far as I am aware, I do not know your wife.
  • sabre It was not a predicament for sabre play.
  • sari From beneath a fold of her sari she produced a small cedar wood box which she offered to Walter.
  • scare "Dicky" Doyle continued to work regularly for the paper, and his monogram signature, with a "dicky" either perched upon the top or pecking on the ground close by, was rarely absent from a single number, when the Popery scare-which had seized the popular mind towards the end of 1849-infected Punch with extraordinary virulence.
  • secure 10,038. Did you never try to secure your debt in that way?
  • sere If that is really his last resting-place, he lies under the shadow of a certain lofty warehouse walls, and in the shelter of some trees which on that sunny First Day morning stirred in the breeze with the stiffness by which the English foliage confesses before the fall it drops sere and colorless to the ground.
  • sire "A father, sire, may for his son's good disregard his own yearnings.
  • snare The effect of music, too, upon children is incalculable, especially when they do not hear it often-and both a snare-drum and a bass drum were in the expensive orchestra at the Rennsdale party.
  • sore In 415 New York villages 48.7 per cent of school children had defects of vision,-this without testing children under seven,-while 11.3 per cent had sore eyes.
  • spare "They 'll have so many great guns, sir," said Mary, laughing; "won't they be able to spare a twenty-four pounder?"
  • square It will take from sixteen to seventeen hundreds to make a half square fine shawl, and the worsted of it will be worth about 4d.
  • stare The teacloth-that long, long stare-that breathless conversation over the screen-were these, all of them, calls of some sort to me?
  • sucre It is a real treat to pack them, and everybody lends a helping hand-Yves, Chrysantheme, Madame Prune, her daughter, and M. Sucre.
  • sure "I hain't so sure about that," he replied.
  • suture From here the suture takes a slight bend upwards, and proceeds almost directly upwards and backwards, becoming gradually obliterated, until it disappears at the temporal ridge, 16 mm.
  • swagger With a hard pull on his cigarette, the Phantom drew in all the smoke his mouth could hold, strolled forward with an easy swagger, and, turning abruptly on the little man, blew a cloud of smoke into his face.
  • sward Somewhat earlier in the summer, bright yellow strips and patches, like squares of praying-carpet thrown down upon the sward, dotted the slopes: it was the bird's-foot lotus growing so thickly as to overpower the grass.
  • swarm The innumerable lakes, rivers, and streams swarm with delicious fish,-trout, grayling, and salmon being the most abundant species of the finny tribe.
  • swathe I drove through a wheatfield at Harry's Uncle Christopher's on a machine, drawn by 26 mules, which cut a swathe 18 feet wide through the wheat and threw it out in bags to be taken home, as fast as the leisurely mules could walk.
  • swatter ~ Swatter~, s. A large collection, especially of small objects in quick motion, Loth.
  • sway New conceptions burst into her consciousness with a golden glory upon reading these lines: "Field of wheat so full and fair, Shining with a sunny air; Lightly swaying either way, Graceful as the breezes sway."
  • swear 15,355. Can you swear that one out of every two of these women did not come and sell goods to you which she had got in that way?
  • swearer The author might even have argued that his keenest satire had been poured upon those national enemies, the English, when he declared what has been sometimes regarded as the national oath to be the pith and marrow of the English language, the open sesame to English society, the key to unlock the English heart, and to obtain the judicious swearer all that he could desire.
  • sweater It is less bulky than the sweater, of less weight, and much warmer, especially in a wind, while for getting through brush noiselessly it cannot be improved upon.
  • ware We rode armed, with four servants, besides my Cousin Dorothy's maid, for fear of the highwaymen who had robbed a coach only last week between Ware and London.
  • wary But it becomes a father to be wary," continued the other, taking the words from Andrew's lips in spite of himself, and quite wary enough not to mention that in Frarnie's easily-excited favor a young scapegrace was very likely to supplant Mr. Andrew if things were not brought to a point at once.
  • wire The grey tide of the German army had swept back from them, and they found themselves once again free people of France, with news of France, and of the world on the other side of the trenches and the wire which for two years and a half had shut them in with the enemy.
  • Wore "The new boys please follow me," and he found himself, still struggling with sleep, blinded by the sudden light, following, with some ten others, a long and thin gentleman who wore a pince-nez.
  • Were And again this afternoon, when you were up on the Marine Parade.
  • Squarer He says his assertions "arise naturally and necessarily out of the arguments of a circle-squarer:" he might just as well lay down that all the pigs went to market because it is recorded that "This pig went to market."
  • Swore I swore not to fight agin my own blood, nor to take part agin the red-skins, but black blood don't count in my bargain!"
  • Sara I had a long letter to write to Mademoiselle Sara; for up to then I had said nothing of my arrival, nor given any account of the Schloss Hunyadi.
  • surer Nay, Hadst thou no surer rope, no sudden way Of the sword, that any woman honest-souled Had sought long since, loving her lord of old?
  • sourer Art facetious, Nol? for it is as hard to find that out as anything else in thee, only it makes thee look, at times, a little the grimmer and sourer.
  • we're She's a young girl and a pretty one; but don't forget she's the daughter of Jimmy Brunell, the man we're trying to get!
  • under-hand Page ix: Under-hand-hand bowling changed to Under-hand bowling; Single Wicket changed to The Laws of Single Wicket (as in text)

62 words made from the letters swaure

3 letter words made from swaure:

raw, awe, sur, era, rue, ras, use, are, usa, saw, res, sew, sue, ear, sea, war, esr.

4 letter words made from swaure:

ruea, asur, wuer, ares, saru, user, ruse, esau, sear, uwsa, raus, suea, rase, suer, rues, ruwa, ware, awes, erwa, suar, arwu, sure, auer, urea, saue, arse, raue, wear, sura, sewu.

5 letter words made from swaure:

aures, wares, sauer, waurs, seraw, swear, surae, ursae, wears, wurse, urase, rseau, sewar, ureas, suare.

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