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Correct spellings for SAWTHE

  • bathe She had a sort of memory of always hearing the rushing liver, and of sometimes lying down to bathe her face and drink.
  • lathe As soon as he rang the bell the lathe stopped working, and next moment the Baptist pastor came to the door.
  • sate They are in short destined to command, and nothing can sate their appetite for spiritual conflict.
  • saute Chicken Saute a la Creole: Clean, singe and cut in joints two spring chickens, dividing the breasts lengthwise, and cutting drumsticks from thighs.
  • scythe Why he did it no one to this day can tell; but certain sure his body was found on the bank, with his bloody scythe beside him, but his head was gone.
  • seethe I stir and seethe .
  • seth Then we hung about fidgettin'-picking things up and putting them down, and looking up to Seth all the time.
  • sooth Because from our coffers of hope and youth, Where we kept life's gold, He has stolen our treasures all, in sooth , From their sacred hold.
  • soothe "It's okay," Bartlett said reaching to soothe Knickers.
  • south There was no east, no west; no north, no south .
  • southey 36. April Day Mrs. C. A. Southey .
  • spathe The projecting ledge overhead prevents them from using their wings; the passage between the ledge and the spathe is far too narrow to permit flight.
  • swath It was a wide swath in the forest.
  • swathe Montferrat hid his guards behind the Tower, crossed himself, drew his sword to hack a way through the monstrous flies, and so came swishing forward, like a man who mows a swathe .
  • Saith There is one price for ling, and one price for saith.
  • Soother It was small, but a masterpiece of Greek art, and the statues of Sleep and of A Dream, at the entrance, with the marble group behind the altar, representing Asklepios with his sister Hygeia and his wife Epione the Soother , was reckoned by connoisseurs as among the noblest and most noteworthy works of art in Alexandria.

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