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  • salem Very soon after this I took him away with me to Salem, where he remained in our family for a year or more, I think.
  • save But I had to save my eyes.
  • saved It would be something saved.
  • saver The poor woman had paid the price of a cow for the bottle of water, but the priest had declared that it was an effectual soul-saver, and they never doubted its efficacy.
  • seam "He's so curious he could burst a seam.
  • sebum
  • seem The truth was, he did seem different.
  • serum The blisters should be opened as soon as formed, to allow the escape of the serum, followed by a wash composed of chlorid of zinc, 1 dram to 15 ounces of water.
  • serve No, no, little one, you are not going to serve me like that!
  • server Before dishes are put on, the Steward enters first, then the Server.
  • seven Tell me, Tonelli, as a true friend, how long have you been forty-seven?
  • sever If a man should not exactly be tied to his mother's apron-string, he should all his life remain tied to her by that other mysterious cord which no knife can sever.
  • severe She is very big and most healthy, and delightful to look at; even sea-sickness does not make her look plain, and that, you will admit, is a severe test; and what is more, her nature is as healthy and sweet as her face.
  • severn At present the Severn clubs confine their rowing very much to contests among themselves, and do not try their luck on the Thames in the leading regattas.
  • sieve She could not forget that he had left England to "put Europe through his sieve" for a composer who could stand up against Jacques Sennier.
  • stem When the pipe was filled, the old chief lighted it and pointed the stem to the east, to the south, to the west and to the north, then up to the sky, and then down to the ground.
  • Served This knowledge only served to make us still more miserable.
  • Soever No longer can it be said; as Addison quaintly puts it in the Spectator, that "they are so used to be dazzled with riches that they pay as much deference to the understanding of a man of estate as of a man of learning; and are very hardly brought to regard any truth, how important soever it may be, that is preached to them, when they know there are several men of five hundred a year who do not believe it."
  • Sven But didn't you tell Sven Zetterberg?
  • Selim On either side the road there were fine houses situated in beautiful gardens, and they had not proceeded far before a guard met them, sent by Selim Sadek, the king.
  • serves The imitation serves every purpose, one must freely admit, provided only the imitation be correct.
  • saves But these pretty women serve rather to accentuate the ugliness of all his other women, when they should have been most beautiful; while elegance is with him a virtue that very rarely saves.
  • severs Apr 20-Turkey severs relations with United States.
  • sieved
  • sieves
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