What is the correct spelling for SCOTSDALE?
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Correct spellings for SCOTSDALE
- castle When we returned to the castle, Sidonia met the bridemaidens again with joyous smiles. How unstable we bolt with the horse Setting music to muscle All the fallers who litter the course As we run to the castle – Lenny by Buggles
- citadel On the north-west rose the royal citadel.
- coastal There are boys to-day in the city slum and the home of wealth and pride Who'll have one home when the storm is come, and fight for it side by side, Who'll hold the cliffs 'gainst the armoured hells that batter a coastal town, Or grimly die in a hail of shells when the walls come crashing down.
- costly They cover over eight acres, contain one hundred stair-cases, eleven hundred apartments, and cost $15,000,000. They are perhaps the most costly national structure in the world.
- jostle Before them was a jostle of blue backs.
- scandal He was about to strike her, to break objects around him, to call forth a terrible scandal.
- schedule The hotel clerk had made out a kind of schedule for us of things we'd ought to see while we was in New York, and so fur we'd took in the zoological menagerie and the picture museum, and Central Park and Brooklyn Bridge.
- sidesaddle She was a pitiful creature in her long white dress, for she had ridden in on an old sidesaddle, and she shook out the crumpled folds in a wistful attempt to look proper.
- skedaddle "Well, you just turn that car around an' skedaddle for home, Eva Crow," was his command.
- scooted Little green lizards scooted underfoot and vines scratched at their ankles.
- SCATS Most of the scats probably were deposited within a few days of the time they were collected, because scats disintegrate and disappear rapidly in the field where they are exposed to rain, wind and dung-feeding insects.