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Correct spellings for SAVINS

  • saving He thought that he was saving me for you.
  • savings "Madame," said the woman's friend solemnly, "she worked six months and put all her savings into that frame!
  • sevens He was a jovial poet and a keen observer who loved his country, and when he saw its inhabitants all at sixes and sevens he would willingly have brought them back to what he called a boa diligencia.
  • Sans If you have a mind to rat, rat sans phrase, and run over to the Jewish side.
  • Savants Gaston Paris in "Journal des Savants", 1902, pp.
  • Stains By now the stains of his child's blood were washed away in his own.
  • saviors On the gray and sullen waters Floated logs and trees uprooted; On the trunks and in the branches Cowered creatures of the forests, Then the people prayed the Spirit- Prayed the Father in the Heavens- That he save his tribe, the Tamals, Ere the waters rise above them; And the Spirit heard their pleading, Sent the Albatross and Beaver, Giant messengers from Heaven, As the Saviors of the Tamals.
  • saves Well, this saves your gallantry-good night."
  • shavings He lit a cigarette and threw the match into a pile of shavings.
  • sins You know how great are my sins, do you really think that they can ever be forgiven?
  • savannas Some birch-trees scattered here and there over the savannas, sometimes blending, according to the caprice of the winds, with the background, seemed to surround themselves with a pale gauze-sometimes rising up again from their chalky foundations, hidden in the darkness, formed, as it were, islands of floating shadows on an immovable sea of light.
  • swains He has tried at least fifty of these gentle swains since I came back from Dresden-red hair and a temper, black hair and an excellent opinion of one's self, fair hair and stupidity.
  • servings
  • departings
  • dis-approbations
  • dis-bodied
  • dis-cord
  • dis-corded
  • dis-courtesies
  • dis-courtesy
  • dis-cover
  • interdepended
  • interestingnesses
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