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  • cagoule
  • juggle This troupe will scatter when the season ends: My clown is going, and the Tricksey Three Who juggle and do turns, have split with me; And now, to-day, my wife's too ill to dance, And all my music ask for an advance.
  • scale This is precisely what one finds on a smaller scale when two ice packs come together.
  • schedule According to a new schedule of reduced rates from Portland to Walla Walla, two hundred and seventy miles, twenty-four cents is the rate for a bushel of wheat, against two to four cents a bushel for greater distances on Eastern roads.
  • scheduler
  • school "That sounds more like the school of Wetmore.
  • scourge We feel like hiding our faces in shame, for it is the same man scourge that for many hundreds of years has been destroying the forests, the animals, and the birds of many other countries.
  • scuffle If I was by myself, I might scuffle for myself.
  • scull With his large oar he will scull rapidly, while his assistant uses a long pole.
  • sculler As the sculler becomes more used to his action, he will find his boat keep more even.
  • scuttle After that, they talked about other matters for at least an hour, while the Tillicum, with engines throbbing softly, crept on through the darkness, and Acton, who happened to notice them as he lounged under the companion scuttle with a cigar in his hand, smiled significantly.
  • seagull Moreover, they will furnish you with a letter of credit which can be transmuted into bacon and beans and blankets, sturgeon-head boats, guides' services, and succulent sow-belly, at any point between Fort Chimo on Ungava Bay and Hudson's Hope-on-the-Peace, between Winnipeg-on-the-Red and that point in the Arctic where the seagull whistles over the whaling-ships at Herschel.
  • smuggle It's the lookout of the other members of the club that they don't smuggle, and more's the shame of them who does.
  • smuggler Could you find the cove where the smuggler is hidden?
  • smugly "Nothing could have been done without me," Cindy said smugly.
  • snuggle The dog came and slid his nose along her dress until he managed to snuggle into the cap between her hands.
  • snugly In fact, the Van Boompjes real estate was snugly fitted once more to the mainland, and again in the niche it had left.
  • squiggle The only difference between the two numbers was an extra squiggle in the upper line of the three.
  • squiggly When you talk quick, he said at length, in a serious meditative voice, your nose sort of goes all squiggly.
  • suckle The woman, of course, has to droop a bit more to the savage, because she has to produce the babies and suckle them, and so forth, and a man hasn't.
  • Scapulae The scapulae are large, longer than the clavicles, and bicapitate proximally.
  • Schuyler When Craig Schuyler, after several years' absence, returns home, and without any apparent reason fastens on Nell Sutphen an iron bracelet.
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