What is the correct spelling for SCHOOSE?

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Correct spellings for SCHOOSE

  • choose I will choose another.
  • goose No, you little goose ; keep on being as good as you can.
  • school Quite enough, I suppose, to put nonsense into a silly school -girl's head."
  • schooner The constant danger of our position, however, required a close watch for the safety of the schooner .
  • schuss
  • sconce But the appearance of one body of Statistics invariably brought up another; and the strokes and counterstrokes were like a play of quarter-staff on the sconce , to knock all comprehension out of Skepsey.
  • scone
  • scoop
  • scoot Then I must take my books and scoot off.
  • scooter Of course it was not a very big one, but then the Bunkers were not very large children, nor was the scooter Russ had made very long.
  • scope As, however, the grass country of the Heythrop is too far from Cirencester to be reached by road, it hardly comes within our scope .
  • scopes
  • score
  • scores
  • scots
  • scours
  • souse
  • sucrose
  • Scars
  • Schools
  • chokes I can't talk like-like-some men-my heart gets in the way, I guess, and chokes me off.
  • schemes
  • schooners Other people regarded the affair as a joke, and he sat gazing round-eyed one evening at the Two Schooners at the insensible figures of three men who had each had a modest half-pint at his expense.
  • scows The big open scows , or "sturgeon-heads," which are to form our convoy have been built, the freight is all at The Landing, but for three days the half-breed boatmen drag along the process of loading, and we get our introduction to the word which is the keynote of the Cree character,-"Kee-am," freely translated, "Never mind," "Don't get excited," "There's plenty of time," "It's all right," "It will all come out in the wash."
  • coos He dispatched a lieutenant with eight men to Crown Point to acquaint General Amherst with the turn of affairs, and ask him to send provisions to Coos , on the Connecticut, to which place it now seemed that soon or late he must make his way. The only question was, whether he should do so now, or attempt to strike the contemplated blow before his pursuers could overtake him. It was characteristic of the man to decide upon the bolder course, and he marched his men, as enduring as the enemy and as accustomed to such difficult marching, with such celerity that the pursuing force was left well behind when, on the evening of the 4th of October, the neighborhood of the town was reached.
  • scoots
  • CHOCS Don't I bless Dad for those chocs!
  • SCOOPS He is as curious as his name, and scoops out immense quantities of earth to form his home.
  • scones "Do try these scones , Mrs. Bethel," he said; "they are still hot and I can recommend them strongly.
  • succors
  • impartations
  • philologians

48 words made from the letters SCHOOSE