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- score I think, I know the score You say you love me, oh boy I can't ask for more I'll come if you should call – Better the Devil You Know by Kylie Minogue
- scorn Dotty had stopped short in the road, and was looking at her cousin with an expression of mingled pity and scorn.
- scots And finally the fate of the typical Duessa is that of the real Mary Queen of Scots described in great detail-a liberty in dealing with great affairs of state for which James of Scotland actually desired that he should be tried and punished.
- Scarfs We used to notice often the most interesting scarfs, without which no Deephaven woman considered herself in full dress.
- Scars But Robert Strong said kinder low, "He laughs at scars who never felt a wound."
- scorns But if she scorns my never-ceasing pain, Then burst with sighing in her sight and ne'er return again.
- scares The Albatross; for he sweeps triumphantly over all, swoops down, and with a scream scares off the timid little multitude; whilst high above his head he holds his arching wings; and now in pride and beauty he sits upon the waters and, drifting fast astern, gradually fades in the twilight.
- scows Most scows were box-shaped with raking or curved ends in profile; punts had their sides curved fore and aft in plan and usually had curved ends in profile.
- storks About and about the walls she went, peering up at their ragged edge, at the huge crumbling towers, at the storks on steep roofs.
- corks Not merely were the candles burning, but four bottles, with the corks partly drawn, were on the cold cooking stove, while a wooden pail filled with beer, reposed in the embrace of a wash-tub, filled otherwise with ice.
- scoffs "This is the man who tells you that Saint Pierre is in no danger-who scoffs at those who have already gone-who inquires in his paper, 'Where on the Island could a more secure place than Saint Pierre be found in the event of an earthquake visitation?
- soaks Much juice soaks into the paper, which causes a loss of flavor and nutriment.
- SCOOPS Go free; For 'tis with me As when the cup the Child scoops in the sand Fills, and is part and parcel of the Sea.
- scones Missus knocked him up a batch of scones last week."
- scarps That wide view was not without a charm of its own, though its long dull levels grew wearisome to eyes accustomed only to the bold headlands and sharp scarps of Sercq, or to the ever-changing sea. For miles all round were marshes where nothing seemed to grow but tussocks of long wiry grass, with great pools and channels of dark water in between.