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Correct spellings for SERCET

  • am an adjunct
  • am an element of
  • Cermet
  • cert It's a dead cert that it's somebody's.
  • circe "Yes, yes-the old Circe; I could tell her in a thousand....
  • deceit It means years of deceit and lies to me....
  • erst Soon the quaint and moss covered church, where Vesper, Matin and Mass had erst been said, chanted and sung, gave place to the "meeting house" of another creed and faith.
  • fiercest
  • from bottom of heart
  • reset "He had bought it for me, or, rather, had had the diamond reset for me-it had been his mother's.
  • sachet He approved of the sachet that Allie used, and he became acutely conscious of the jewels resting in the palm of his left hand.
  • sauce Take it away, as I told you, and wipe that sauce off!
  • Sauced
  • scat Ann and I hitched up quicker'n scat and she put right out with Prince up toward Woodford and I took Jessie down this way; thought maybe I'd get trace of ye somewhere here.
  • scent The scent of the garret fascinated Barrie, and made her heart beat heavily, as if she were on the threshold of a mystery.
  • scot The Scot nodded energetically.
  • Searched
  • seared Life has seared me, and put a shameful kiss upon my brow.
  • seat Will you not take a seat and explain this matter to me?"
  • secede She was bound to furnish her tale of troops, and thus belie her principles; or to secede at once, and reject with a clean conscience the President's mandate.
  • secret I do-oh, I do hope you are going to tell me a great secret!"
  • sect I know no narrower sect or club, in spite of their excellent authority in the lines of fact they have explored, and their splendid achievement there.
  • SECY
  • sedate Roger, you stolid boy, you sedate old gentleman, why don't you get up more enthusiasm?
  • seder
  • seduce
  • seduced
  • seducer Be sure, if you are still free, that you can only recover your honour by marrying your seducer."
  • seed
  • sees
  • seize
  • seized
  • semite
  • senate
  • sent
  • sept
  • serrate
  • Served
  • serviced
  • set
  • sett There was on the Table by the Beddside a Bible of the small size, in which my Friend-punctuall as in Matters of less Moment, so in this more weighty one-used nightly, and upon his First Rising, to read a sett Portion.
  • seurat
  • sexed
  • sleet
  • society
  • socket
  • somerset
  • sorbet
  • sorest He was too proud to come to an understanding with his persecutors, even had it been possible; and now, at his sorest need, his whole scheme of life was failing him; his love of success was turning into ashes in his mouth; he felt much more disgust than pleasure at his triumphs over other men, and yet the habit of striving for successes, notwithstanding its irksomeness, was too strong to be resisted.
  • sort
  • source
  • sourced
  • Stacey
  • stet
  • suet
  • surest
  • surety
  • sweet
  • zest "I can stand up with the most of them," he said, with an ill humor to which hunger lent a zest; "and them that beat me, I can disgrace with their poor relations.
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