What is the correct spelling for SENUIOR?

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Correct spellings for SENUIOR

  • junior I think Mr. Bruce, junior , Mr. Urnphray, and I are the only proprietors in the country who carry on the fishing to any extent.
  • renoir This versatility, amazing and incontrovertible, has perhaps clouded the real worth of Renoir for the public.
  • seignior "In rejecting a council to the president," said he, "we are about to try an experiment on which the most despotic government has never ventured; the Grand Seignior himself has his Divan."
  • sen 1. By William Jansen and Nellie B. Allen.
  • senator Bernardo de Vasconcellos reaped at length a personal reward for his years of labour and intrigue, and became the ruling force in the Chamber, and Prime Minister, though a wealthy senator , Araujo Lima by name, had been elected regent.
  • senior "The honor of the senior class was at stake, and I knew that I had to get that money somehow.
  • senor I looked to see you again, Senor ."
  • senora But the astounding intelligence soon reached Senora de Soto, that her husband was the person captured for this startling crime.
  • sensor
  • sneer The bitter sneer spread all over the woman's face, leaving it cold and white.
  • snow He says the Lord made Sunday, and the Lord sent the snow , and we needn't worry about it.
  • suitor Her next suitor was a worthy young man who was studying law in the town.
  • Seiner De ordine in audiendis philosophicis per triennium academicum quaedam praefatus acroases proximae aestati destinatas indicit Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten (1738) Metaphysica (1739) Ethica philosophica (1740) Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten eröffnet Einige Gedancken vom vernünfftigen Beyfall auf Academien, und ladet zu seiner Antritts-Rede [.
  • Lenoir Months went by,-months of sad anxiety to Mother Moreau and Marie Lenoir , for they heard very unfrequently from Jean, and knew that he was always in danger.
  • seniors One youth admits over a trembling signature that he was "admonished by the Master, before the Seniors , for keeping strangers in my chamber till twelve o' the clock, and disturbing the Master by knocking at his gate in an irreverent manner at that hour for the keys of the gate."
  • senors
  • sunnier

209 words made from the letters SENUIOR

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