What is the correct spelling for SCOTTHALL?

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Correct spellings for SCOTTHALL

  • cecal
  • scalar
  • scapula He then passed his hand over Dr Hodgson's left shoulder, placed his finger under the left shoulder-blade scapula , on the exact spot where the pain had been, and said it must have been caused by a draught, which was probably true.
  • scathing "Judges, a little more competent than you are, have said as much before," I observed, scathing him through and through with my eyes.
  • scathingly "Ordinary decent ideas, that's all," said his son, scathingly .
  • scholar
  • scholarly The book was a scholarly work, and also a fascinating romance.
  • scofflaw
  • scowl "No." The scowl returned to Frank's forehead.
  • scrawl Throw the scrawl into the fire!
  • scuttle The very day after we left Kamtschatka, one of our best sailors fell from the mast-head into the scuttle , and immediately expired.
  • seconal
  • sketchily Therefore as my views don't happen to provide a place, at all, for Mr. Densher, much, in a manner, as I like him"-therefore, therefore in short she had been prompted to this step, though she completed her sense, but sketchily , with the rattle of her large fan.
  • skill The other part was his skill .
  • skittle There was also a skittle alley attached to the pub and no charge was made for the use of it.
  • skull But he would learn when he should dash his horse's skull and his own against the shell that remained.
  • smoothly She must sacrifice herself to Claude, must regulate her life so that his might glide smoothly , without any friction, to the appointed goal.
  • southerly William Clark, when, weary and sore-footed, he and his little party has crowded on up along the great bend of the Missouri and into the vast southerly dip of the Continental Divide, now animated the members of the little pack train, which followed as nearly as they could tell the "old Indian road" which Clark had followed.
  • squall The next day, while sitting in the parlour at work, I heard a dreadful squall , and rushed to the rescue.
  • squally As the day was squally with snow, and a heavy wind was kicking up a sea on the lake, we decided to remain in camp another day and smoke the fish a little more.
  • squeal Then the attendant gave a little squeal , and she bit him on each ear and kissed his neck and wept down into his back, and said that it wasn't true and that it was.

260 words made from the letters SCOTTHALL