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  • azure The scarlet had been coming back to her lips, and as the first breath of air came to us, straight from the heart of the smiling, sun-lit valley, they parted in a laugh, the light leapt up in the soft azure eyes, the rose-colour under the skin, and she bent forward to me and said, impulsively,- "Victor, if you want to know, I feel perfectly happy!"
  • being awe of
  • cerise He wears a cerise belt round his tunic exactly matching the wine in the goblet he carries.
  • secure "I really do, Mrs. Monck, and I shall think myself very fortunate to secure him.
  • securer The latter were not desirous of surrendering the liberty of the country, believing, on the contrary, that liberty was securer in a union with a stronger power.
  • seizure It is a nervous seizure for which no part of his organization is to blame; he cannot reason it away, he can only crush it by enduring it: "To bear is to conquer our Fate."
  • Seizures But is it sure that Great Britain, by her searches, her seizures, and other measures for harassing us, will permit us to preserve our neutrality?
  • sere "Around and beyond there is nothing but the desert, sere, silent, lifeless, as though Desolation had builded there everlasting thrones to Sorrow and Despair.
  • series The incident was but the first of a series for Lilly.
  • severe "I'm sorry to have to tell you that you have a severe illness.
  • source Dust, a Source of Danger.
  • squire The dead owner, I found, was much in the village mind; and no wonder, since Norton had never been without a squire until he passed away, leaving no one to succeed him.
  • sure I'm sure you would.
  • surer She put up her hands suddenly and covered her eyes with them to make surer.
  • Susie Say, Susie, I think all this nonsense about lovers and sweethearts is silly rot, don't you?
  • suture Pale olive, scales black-edged, on the sides widest; beneath bluish, with a white edged black band across the end of the muzzle; a white band before the front and back of the eyes, and a triangular black spot at the lower hinder angle of the eyes; pupil round; one large and two posterior ocular shields, no loreal shields; nostrils lateral, in the suture between the two nasal shields; scales smooth imbricate, those of the sides larger, of the tail six-sided.
  • SUZUKI Suzuki called his product "Oryzanin."
  • zaire Every morning the retired merchant-every ex-tradesman is a retired merchant-spent two hours in the Rue des Saussayes to attend to business, and gave the rest of his time to Mademoiselle Zaire, which annoyed Zaire very much.
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