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- ante Continental writers formerly employed a fortunate expression, when they wished to have an Historia Reformationis ante Reformationem: this history of the Reformation would have commenced at least a century before the Reformation itself!
- saint Oh, a saint she was!
- sainted Her second, the histories of most of "those sainted personages who lived, or are supposed to have lived, in the first ages of Christianity, and whose real history, founded on fact or tradition, has been so disfigured by poetical embroidery that they have in some sort the air of ideal beings."
- saintly These two saintly sons of India's great yogi followed closely in his ideal footsteps.
- sand But the fire was difficult to put out, until one of the Sisters thought of sand."
- sander Knowing that I should find Sander at Genoa, where I could be tended, Giraud decided to remain at St. Martin Lantosque until Miste had been buried and all formalities observed.
- sane We have argued as though for ourselves, and that on those lines we should have reached the sane conclusion is somewhat surprising.
- sanity Splendid and exciting as life was in continual contact with an intellect like Basil's, I had always the feeling that that splendour and excitement were on the borderland of sanity.
- sate Every time she sate down to look at the sea, this process of thought was gone through up to this point; the next step would, she knew, bring her to the question she dared not, must not ask.
- saunter "I think I will take the solitary saunter in preference," returned Mrs. Evringham.
- saute -Clean, prepare, cut, cook, dish, and serve the prairie-bird as a chicken saute.
- seine Meanwhile the Grand Austro-Russian army passed the Seine and the Yonne at Montereau, and even sent forward a corps which advanced as far as Fontainebleau.
- Ain't You ain't gone and been too late!"
- Santa She told me to put up at the "Santa Maria," and not to call till I had heard from her.
- Saints 5. "They shall all bloom in the fields of light, Transplanted by my care, And saints, upon their garments white, These sacred blossoms wear."