What is the correct spelling for SBBEY?
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Correct spellings for SBBEY
- abbey Did not feel in the Abbey one quarter of what I felt on the stand.
- safe "And I was safe enough.
- save We'll save that for another day.
- savvy "You savvy all right,-you son-of-a-gun!
- scope And, secondly, every child's growth in bodily strength and conscious individuality makes him too strong a force of will for so narrow a scope of relation as is afforded by one family.
- shape Shape of the stem.
- sheep He doesn't own a sheep and never will."
- ship Hardly left the ship himself.
- shop Mrs. Despard got out and walked into the shop .
- sip Lady Caroline, however, could not have heard, for she continued to sip , her elbow on the table, and listen to what Mrs. Wilkins was saying.
- skip She took off her hat and let the breeze cool her temples, while Harold, stretched out on the bank beside her, lay for a while resting upon his elbow, and carelessly watching the pebbles, he threw from time to time, skip lightly from ripple to ripple and finally sink from sight.
- soap Not cheap like inferior soap , but like the roses from a full June garden.
- sofa Claire uttered a faint cry of alarm, started from the sofa , and hastily thrust the folded paper into her pocket.
- soup I held out till morning and then I flew to the soup -kitchen.
- spa He thought only of Jenny Greenteeth, the sprite of the Clough, and of the Gin Spa Well, above which she was said to sleep; and on he roamed.
- spy He was somewhat relieved when he heard their feet on the floor of the summer-house, and their voices speaking in tones which showed that they had no suspicion of the presence of a spy upon their actions.
- subway Because sweetie, take it or leave it, what you write about getting lost in the new subway has nothing on finding your way about after dark by yourself in this part of the world.
- successive He was often sold through the failure of his successive owners.
- sweep "I'm going to make a clean sweep here, Slummers.