What is the correct spelling for CICONIANS?

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Correct spellings for CICONIANS

  • sickening My ankle turned; it was sickening pain for an instant.
  • signing "He had got into a habit of signing his name, they say; and whether he signed it to something he had no right to, or signed another name by mistake-" "Oh, for shame," broke in Bodkin; "that wouldn't be one bit like a Martin."
  • Cannons About forty junks now surrounded the "Caldera," each junk carrying from twenty to forty men, and the large ones being mostly mounted with ten or twelve cannons.
  • scorns It scorns those mean-spirited citizens that cheer these kindly deeds.
  • scorning They could not, in the presence of a wondering and scorning crowd, admit that they needed light, nor could they condescend to seek for light from so commonplace a source.
  • cyclones Hadden stopped two tries neatly, Chub stole the disk from a Hammond forward and took it down the rink, skating like a cyclone-if cyclones may be said to skate-only to miss his try at goal by a bare two inches.
  • canines When they had completed the task of dressing, Ootah lifted his hand and the canines , with howling avidity, fell upon the steaming mass of entrails.
  • scans Baron Rohritz scans her with discreetly-veiled curiosity.
  • sickens "Nay," said Francette, "but I know of one who sickens inwardly and I would give her the charm."
  • signings Lawyers will not be hurried, there will be consultations, and engrossings, and signings , and love-in your case- will have to wait upon law."
  • scones However, they had the constant excitement of putting about; and the day was fine; and they were greatly refreshed after their arduous pastimes by that banquet of scones and milk.
  • signoras They may suit the signoras on the other side the Tiber, who imagine everything Venetian must be perfect; but I, Lucia, I see with my own eyes, and judge from my own mind.
  • chignons People think that young folks can only have properly arranged and elaborately provided good times; with Germania band pieces, and bouquets and ribbons for the German, and oysters and salmon-salad and sweatmeat-and-spun-sugar "chignons"; at least, commerce games and bewitching little prizes.

213 words made from the letters CICONIANS