What is the correct spelling for SCEAWNY?

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Correct spellings for SCEAWNY

  • same "You must know, then, my father, that the Captain and I, though we follow the same business and with degrees of success we are too amiable to dispute about, yet employ very different methods.
  • scrawny "I do not need help," she said, coldly, and brushed past him into the little sitting-room, which swarmed with excited, scrawny, tired, and tearful women.
  • season Very amiable he looked, and exceedingly interested in the boats, and therefore it was not surprising that the man who let them out on hire readily answered his questions as to the best season of the year, the approximate number of customers, etc., all leading up to the main question, had a boat with a lady and gentleman gone out that day?
  • seem She wanted to say that she would like Rhoda to come to Woodcote; but she saw how strange such a wish would seem, both to Rhoda and to Tom and Rose.
  • seen You have kept your secret well, Stafford-though once or twice I have fancied, when I have seen you together-but it was only a fancy!
  • some I thought with some intensity.
  • someone
  • son