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Correct spellings for SEQULE

  • equal She found it necessary to dress equal to her place.
  • joule The accepted measurement of the conversion of heat into work is known as Joule 's equivalent; Joule having determined that the amount of power exerted in raising 772 lbs.
  • sale I mean the wheat sale , not the I.W.W. deal," replied Kurt.
  • samuel "We have got them, and we must take them at once to Sir Samuel Hood.
  • saul Saul scratched his chin with a new doubt.
  • scale According as a country is improved in her roads, so will she stand in the scale of civilization.
  • schedule Moreover, at the hotel, before the arrival of Philip, he had consulted a schedule of trains posted up in the office, and knew that one would leave precisely at ten o'clock.
  • scull I asked three of our best modern heavy-weight oarsmen to tell me the reason why they could not scull .
  • sculler The General discovered that he was an excellent sculler .
  • seagull Above the boy's head a seagull dipped and sailed.
  • seal "Bit torn out by the seal .
  • sealer Sealer of weights and measures, Eliakim R. Ford.
  • seclude These certainly can have no claims to exemption from direct control, whenever the United States shall see fit to extend its laws over them, either to incorporate them in the body of its citizenship, or to seclude them for their own good.
  • secular Nevertheless, he retained one knight who was well spoken and learned in the law, not so much upon the score of relationship, but on account of his usefulness, he being well practised in secular suits.
  • secure We should not want him to do it now because his duty now is to secure his education and to make himself strong and well so that he'll be a vigorous and intelligent man.
  • sedge I see him by thy shallow edge Wading knee-deep amid the sedge ; And lost in thought, as if thy stream Were the swift river of a dream.
  • segue
  • sell If I'd as much money as I could tell, I never would cry young lambs to sell; – Young Lambs To Sell (Mother Goose rhyme) by Unknown Author
  • seller I can tell you 'bout now I'm not a fortune teller Grab a treat from Yosi my muffin seller – Now Get Busy by beastie boys
  • senile
  • seoul We will not forget South Korean children gathering to pray outside our embassy in Seoul , or the prayers of sympathy offered at a mosque in Cairo.
  • sequel But is there no sequel at the heels of this mother's admiration?
  • sequin At a station called Sequin , I obtained lots of cotton seeds, and gathered some cotton in the fields as we went along.
  • sequoia He's been away from Sequoia for quite a while, I believe."
  • serge Poor Pauline had not the most remote idea that the thimble was still in the pocket of the blue serge dress.
  • settle It is very difficult to find a place to settle down in."
  • sickle By noon and midday what will be thy plight If now, so soon, thy sickle fails to bite?
  • skulk Now all are gone, save two, who skulk behind, Of the younger son; and, if I am not blind, A couple of bright girls I failed to mention, Are not quite unaware of their intention.
  • skull Skin tight, drumlike, against the skull .
  • slue
  • sole
  • soul
  • speckle He git de paw in, en den he beg fer ter git de yuther paw in, en den w'en he git dat in he beg fer ter git he head in, en den w'en he git he head in, en he paws in, co'se all he got ter do is ter shove de do' open en walk right in; en w'en marters stan' dat way, 't wa'n't long 'fo' he done make fresh meat er Speckle Pig.
  • spicule
  • squall
  • squally
  • squalor
  • square
  • squaw "That will I gladly, my Brother, when thou leavest it like a squaw without her brave.
  • squeal
  • squire
  • steele I say to a man as I look up at sign-boards,' 'Where is that writing "M'sieu' Charles Steele ," and all the res'?
  • suckle It was almost dusk and on the little vine-clad porch the shadows of the honey-suckle shifted idly from Dorothy's chair to the block of sunshine that was trying so bravely to keep the lonely girl company-every other ray of sunlight had vanished, but that gleam seemed to stay with Dorothy.
  • sulk Don't sulk away from our sight, Like a common, contemptible fowl; You bird of joy and delight, Why behave like an owl?
  • Schuyler
  • Raquel
  • sequels
  • SEQ Bulwer, "Life of Palmerston," I., 153 et seq.
  • segues
  • segued
  • horseplayed

23 words made from the letters SEQULE

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