What is the correct spelling for SEWERE?
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Correct spellings for SEWERE
- beware Let us beware of speaking or thinking as though friendship for England involved on the part of America any acceptance of English political ideas or imitation of English methods.
- secure I was sure, I felt secure, until love took a detour – The Happening by Diana Ross
- severe If still, with friends averted, fate severe, A glad, untainted cheerfulness be mine To greet the unruly time of year, The Feast of Valentine. – A Valentine's Song by Robert Louis Stevenson
- seward "Seward," Grey said at last, "if I fail in what I am going to attempt, it is probable that you will never hear Alice Vavasor's name mentioned by me again; but I want you always to bear this in mind;-that at no moment has my opinion of her ever been changed, nor must you in such case imagine from my silence that it has changed.
- sewed She sewed thoughtfully for a minute, then looked up, saying, with the smile that always assured Kitty the day was won,- "Get your things together, and we will see what can be done.
- sewer Robert, the sewer cleaner, is the real hero of the play; nay, its true and only savior.
- sewerage Muck, O. Absolute: novelist; of low German extraction; born Rotterdam; educated Muckendorf; escaped to America; long unrecognized; leaped into prominence by writing "The Social Gas-Pipe," a powerful indictment of modern society, written in revenge for not being invited to dinner; other works-"The Sewerage of the Sea-Side," an arraignment of Newport society, reflecting on some of his best friends; "Vice and Super-Vice," a telling denunciation of the New York police, written after they had arrested him; "White Ravens," an indictment of the clergy; "Black Crooks," an indictment of the publishers, etc.
- sower But noon beheld a larger heaven; Beheld on our reflecting field The Sower to the Bearer given, And both their inner sweetest yield, Fresh as when dews were grey or first Received the flush of hues athirst.
- sphere Mademoiselle Brigitte never really liked our sphere ; her total want of education made her ill at ease.
- sowers Like the industrious crow the critic hops after these sowers of beauty, content to peck up in the furrows the chance grains dropped by genius.
- we're And we're all right here for a while.