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Correct spellings for SECIN

  • casein
  • resin Smoking the mic and leaving nothing but resin Making the spots, pop like pots full of wesson – Back to the Essence by blackalicious
  • sabin He addressed a series of philosophical questions to Ibn Sabin, a Moslem doctor.
  • satin Manhattan women are dressed in silk and satin, Or so the fellas say; There's just one thing that's important in Manhattan, When you have just one day; – New York! New York! by Unknown Author
  • scan Or lent a lustre to the earnest scan Of manhood, musing what and whence is man ! – Garden Of Boccaccio, The by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • scene Even now she decks for me a distant scene, (For dark and broad the gulf of time between) – An Evening Walk, Addressed to a Young Lady by William Wordsworth
  • scion
  • season And never out of season. Blackened pride still burns inside This shell of bloody treason Here's my gun for a barrel of fun – 2 Minutes To Midnight (Live) by iron maiden
  • sedan That he is his own double man, And sick still carries his sedan: – Another by Richard Lovelace
  • seeing O,'tis the first; 'tis flattery in my seeing, And my great mind most kingly drinks it up: Mine eye well knows what with his gust is 'greeing, And to his palate doth prepare the cup: – Shakespeare's Sonnet CXIV. by Unknown Author
  • seen A prettier bird was no where seen, Along the beach among the treen. – In Reference to her Children, 23 June 1659 by Anne Bradstreet
  • seine Que vienne le temps, du vin coulant dans la Seine ! Les gens, par milliers, courront y noyer leur peine. – Le Vin by georges brassens
  • seize Just a son or a mother to seize! No such booty as these. – Instans Tyrannus by Robert Browning
  • seizing She's tellin' me I'm just seizin' She do whatever I tell her as long as it's with reason – Happy Bar Exam 2 by Royce Da 5'9"
  • sen We did the last Smokin' Grooves, but did it all with Sen and the old chemistry, just reared it's head again – Kronologik by cypress hill
  • senna
  • sens
  • sensing
  • sequin
  • seton
  • seven "O Master! we are seven." "But they are dead; those two are dead! Their spirits are in heaven!" 'Twas throwing words away; for still – We are Seven by William Wordsworth
  • sewing Another dice you're throwing Every seed you're sewing – Broken Man by Danger Radio
  • sewn And this day I hit 'em off I'll have America sewn Rich plat', rims chrome, spin (?) to your dome I entered your home, lick you down, strictly to bone The hit that I'm on got Spanish mamis singin my song – Ay Papi by run-dmc
  • sign There may not have been the ghost of a sign Of them anywhere under the shade of the pine, – Blueberries by Robert Lee Frost
  • sin The priests have got a book that says But for Adam's sin Eden's Garden would be there And I there within. – John Kinsella's Lament For Mr. Mary Moore by William Butler Yeats
  • sine Sine wave Cosine wave – Mathletics by foals
  • sing
  • sis He treats me like his little sis' I gotta let him know I want more than this – Luv Eyes by Shania Twain
  • sizing
  • skein It will be most kind if you will hold my skein of yarn."
  • skin However, all good things must have an end, and so had the wine-skin.
  • slain Mercy:-I work at these things for the good of those for whom I do them; and more than this, to do the will of Him who was slain on the cross for me.
  • slicing In two minutes again they'd have been in the camp slicing us up as we lay.
  • sn Sn, Pb, and Zn are somewhat soluble in vegetable acids.
  • son They were mother and son.
  • spacing Besides, they usually learn the lesson of not doing intellectual work close to their meals, and of spacing their work better.
  • spain "Nor yet of Spain," replied Cartoner, knowing that it is good to speak the truth at times.
  • spin I cannot dance-I cannot spin: And why these promised shoes to win!
  • stain Two months later, the window-my work-still shows through and makes a dark stain against the dead-white of the fabric.
  • stein You think he will issue a manifesto against Metternich, as he did against the Prussian minister Von Stein?
  • sun "Well, then, sit in the sun," he said, still laughing.
  • sunni She forbade Sunni mullahs even to attend the wedding.
  • swain His head swain round, and he felt that in another instant he might faint.
  • xci 5. St. Teresa was commanded by our Lord to ask Father Baltasar Alvarez to make a meditation on Psalm xci.
  • zen Zanovitch had refused to make one of Lord Lincoln's bills of exchange payable to Zen, because he did not wish to make himself liable in case the Englishman refused to pay.
  • Saucing
  • Sean
  • Seceding
  • Seducing
  • Seiner
  • Spicing He muttered, spicing his comments with profanity.
  • Suing
  • Cecil
  • Sven
  • Susan
  • San
  • sins
  • SECY
  • CINE
  • sexing
  • Sourcing
  • seines
  • seeings
  • syncing
  • scions
  • adieuxes
  • adinfinitum
  • art patient
  • as thinks best
  • being infuriated
  • de biting
  • de flowers
  • de fog
  • de tach
  • pricefixings
  • pricemarked
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