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Correct spellings for SEESICK

  • airsick
  • carsick
  • cisco
  • sack "You will find the sack with the bread in the passage," said I to one of the boys.
  • scenic The drama now moved forward in majestic measure upon a scenic background as full of warmth and color as the language and characters of the piece.
  • scsi
  • seasick The coolies will have but one night to pass on the troubled sea, but it will be for them a wretched one,-seasick, ill-fed, and poorly sheltered creatures.
  • seaside I have a way of my own of being in Paris, namely, being at the seaside , which does not keep me informed of what is going on.
  • seek It was evening then and I heard mother calling, so I went into house like a dumb thing, for I couldn't think what I should do without Jan; and I minded the words that he had said, that I must come and find mun if I wanted to see him more; and I lay awake all night a-crying to think that I couldn't tell where to seek for mun, for find mun I must.
  • seersucker He went on, and told the story in unsparing detail, while his chance for the boat passed unheeded, and the clerks in the outer office hung up their linen office coats and put on their seersucker or flannel street coats.
  • seesaw So in life, what is it that sets up this slow gentle explosion that makes the machinery of our vital economies go-that draws new matter into the vortex and casts the used-up material out-in short, that creates and keeps up the unstable condition, the seesaw upon which life depends?
  • seismic He was seeking, in his mind, a connection between the seismic tremors and the cessation of the advance of the sea.
  • sick "I am sure," she said, "you do feel sick ."
  • slick In Nova Scotia the "Sayings and Doings of Sam Slick , of Slick ville"-truly a remarkable original creation in humorous literature-first appeared in a Halifax paper.
  • snick The snick of the key came next and they came into the hallway.
  • sock I didn't say nothin', for I wuz engrossed in my knittin', I wuz jest turnin' the heel of his sock and needed my hull mind.
  • speck But none of these accredited appeals to heaven put a speck upon the sea where the boats ought to have been, or cast upon the clouds a shade of any sail approaching.
  • stick "So, you stick to this fellow still!
  • Jessica Jessica: And I this necklet of beads.
  • Seiko
  • sues
  • seeks
  • seesaws Naturally the writer has much to say on the laying out and stocking the available space to the best advantage, choosing the most suitable positions for the house, where the teacher must live, he says, to supply the atmosphere of a home; for animal hutches, for sand-heaps and seesaws ; for the necessary shelter, for the children's gardens, and for the lawn, for even on his smallest plan, a "twenty-five-foot lot," we find "room for a spot of green."
  • sews He takes, let us say, a sack-needle, threaded with a good length of twine; he steps into the sack and pulls it up over his head; he then reaches above his head, holding the mouth of the sack together with one hand while he sews with the other hand.
  • sees
  • seas
  • SECS
  • SASK
  • SEC'S
  • Schick
  • sicko
  • adieuxes

51 words made from the letters SEESICK