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Correct spellings for SADLED
- addled No quality has ever so much addled the brains and tangled the definitions of merely rational sages.
- saddle After dinner Melissy's saddle horse was brought around, and she joined her father to ride back with him for a few miles.
- saddled "Sure, Master Henry, you wouldn't a had me to walk, with a beest standin' ready, saddled on the road afore me?
- saddler I'll harness my own saddler in with the other, and in that way we'll be able to reach my cabin.
- sadly Mallinsbee smiled a little sadly, and his eyes gazed tenderly in Hazel's direction.
- salad "I'd really like your opinion," I said, "on rather a new salad I'm trying.
- salted In the fall, meat was salted to preserve it for winter meals.
- sated Liz, on the stairs, had fed her baby twenty minutes too soon, and now it lay, sleeping and sated, in her lap.
- scaled From a distance it looked as though a perpendicular wall of ice, some hundreds of feet in height, must be scaled in order to gain the summit.
- sealed Auguste had ceased to write; he sealed the two letters and handed them to Cherami.
- sidle I hang around and sidle up to the customers when they come in, and say, "Chawming weather, moddom!"
- sled The weeds, which the weight of the sled had crushed, gave out a fragrance of honey and tar.
- soled We moved like ghosts, ourselves, our felt-soled mules making no sound.
- Ladled He hoped there would be stew for dinner, turnips and carrots and bruised potatoes and fat mutton pieces to be ladled out in thick peppered flour-fattened sauce.
- Sailed Instantly she sailed, and now was lost in the night. The yatch we sailed on The yatch we wailed on – Don Juan by Unknown Author
- Sallied Amfortas, hearing of this, and too confident in his own strength, sallied forth one day, armed with the sacred lance, determined to destroy Klingsor, and put an end to his magic.
- Sided The challenge, therefore, was one-sided and unfair; but for that very reason it shook him.
- Sidled She sidled closer, her eyes fixed on his hair.
- Stabled But Raffles stabled the white elephants in the cloak-room at Charing Cross-and sent Lord Thornaby the ticket.