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Correct spellings for SEWEN

  • owen (Fuzzy Owen) Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens – I Want to Live Again by Merle Haggard
  • seen 2.41 Such Soldiers, and such Captains never seen, 2.42 As were the subjects of our (Pallas) Queen: – In Honour of that High and Mighty Princess, Queen Elizabeth by Anne Bradstreet
  • seine
  • sen David, John, and Peter, sons of Peter Whitmer, Sen.
  • serene His tone drove a little higher colour into her face, but she kept the serene indifference in her half-smile.
  • seven Out of seven we're only four left.
  • severn Where does one cross the Severn?
  • sewed In the next house there were two little girls who sat and sewed from daylight to dark, and had no Saturday even, the age of Owen and Bess.
  • sewer I told him I had never thought of making my home in a sewer."
  • sewing There was a meeting of the sewing society at Mrs. Daggett's.
  • sewn The thread is sewn carefully over the braid in passing from one spot to another.
  • sower Perhaps this morning as He looked over the lovely plain of Gennesaret, He saw a sower casting seed into a brown and furrowed field, for it was the time of the year for sowing the winter wheat.
  • sown Perhaps the seed was cultivated, not sown, eh?"
  • swain The swain in barren deserts with surprise, Sees lilies spring and sudden verdure rise; And starts, amidst the thirsty wilds, to hear, New falls of water murmuring in his ear.
  • swan Near them lay their swan-plumages: they were Valkyriur.
  • sweden Her father had come across the sea from Sweden when a boy.
  • sweep Who is not impressed with the strength and sweep of 'Cristina'?
  • sweet She wanted to go and kiss Judith and say sweet things to her, but her feet seemed unable to move.
  • swine There are pearls of the heart, which cannot be thrown to swine.
  • swing And since then it's been pretty steady, right at the top of the swing.
  • swoon For Mr. Spokesly had of late discovered that a man can, in some curious subconscious way, keep his head in a swoon.
  • sworn If she had sworn a vow never to speak, how was she to do this?
  • wen Plant 'em there, and they'll get nourishment from the government, he said, turning to Cruchot, and giving a slight motion to the wen on his nose, which expressed more than the most ironical of smiles.
  • Sawing Members of the Belgica expedition owe their lives to Dr. Cook, as it was through his ingenious plan of sawing the channel through the pack-ice to open water, thus releasing the ice locked ship, that saved the entire party from death."
  • Sean
  • Ween
  • Sowing
  • Sven
  • Sweeney
  • Gwen You know me, Gwen.
  • Selena
  • Serena We'll be goin' through Serena presently.
  • sewers
  • seamen
  • SWED
  • tween
  • deports oneself
  • dis-locates
  • re acquired
  • re activate
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