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- sayers See, especially, "To the Sayers of Words," "This Compost," "The Song of the Open Road," and "Pensive on her Dead gazing I heard the Mother of all."
- saying His mother kept on saying it.
- Sans Remember this, friend, and let us forget at Sans-Souci that your comrade is sometimes the first servant of a kingdom.
- Stains Lilly's Empire gown got its baptism of cream, and one of the men on his knees kissed away the stains.
- sayings A light and facile humour, a power of giving a pleasant little sparkle even to sufficiently commonplace sayings, is in this country the rule and not the exception.
- spans How beautiful and majestic they look as they suddenly come into sight amid beech and ash and walnut, whilst the bright pageant advances leisurely and in order over the ancient ivy-covered bridge which spans the silent river, where the morning mist still hangs, and the grass shines white with silvery dew.
- swans He had, however, finished his inspection of the horses, and he proposed a walk to the upper end of the Glen, where a great pond was being dug for Mrs. Hyde's swans, and other aquatic birds.
- signs See any signs of him, Mr. Tulipson?
- skins You are thinking me so foolish, yes, to have about me the skins of poor little killed beasts?
- scans May no "gentle reader" who scans these pages repeat our experience in getting there.
- spins And as the world spins round, the why is of little moment.
- sins The Bible is full of the wickedness of people not confessing their sins.
- swains Ribbons from girls' smart hats fluttered against the Sunday coats of their swains, each of whom appeared to think himself an indispensable master of the revels.
- Syrians Philistines and Syrians to thee came tributary.
- scions The woman who nurtured me as my mother was rather capricious than kind, and my infancy passed away, like that of more favoured scions of fortune, in alternate chastisement and caresses.
- salinas This place, he has told me, lies a mile or two south of the Salinas promontory, which would partly account for its escaping notice, for the road from Huaura, as we see on the map, skirts the foot of the hill, and goes straight on to Chancay and Ancon, and there is no earthly reason why anyone should go out to the promontory.