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  • beet The coffee mixed with this, and sweetened with that sparkling beet -root sugar which ornaments a French table, is the celebrated cafe-au-lait, the name of which has gone round the world.
  • chat Conway came frequently to talk with Martin, to remain for supper, to chat with Wanda and her mother.
  • cheat My father won, and I proceeded to call him a cheat and to laugh."
  • cheer Read it aloud; it will cheer me up."
  • cheetah My favourite hunting cheetah , O!
  • chert The terrane gradually approached the continental margin and began to include sediments derived from the continent, such as sandstone, siltstone, argillite and shale as well as chert bands.
  • chest So he pulled his stool up to a great chest full of gypsum to get a little repose by leaning against it.
  • chit "Uncle Stoddart has no business to be talking about such things to a chit like you," returned the grandmother.
  • chute I was not pulling over four or five miles an hour myself, but that smooth, steep, unobstructed chute must have been spilling through its current at close to twenty.
  • heat Heat the first part until it is blood warm, then put in the second, boil 3 minutes and it is done.
  • heed As Lopez stood still with folded arms, paying no heed to his command, he turned the spear, to strike him with the handle.
  • meet Meet her anywhere, sir?"
  • seat Effie rose slowly from her seat .
  • seed Catalogues should be obtained soon after New Year's and, after examining their merits, the best varieties of seed and fruit for the district should be selected.
  • set Gabriel, why did you set your heart on me?"
  • sett Those captains under him at the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801 he described as "a very distinguishd sett of fine fellows".
  • shad This night we cooked as many shad as we could all eat; but were careful to carry, far out into the river, the scales and entrails of the stolen fish.
  • shade A girl's face from the shade of the sitting-room was looking out at him, half smiling, but with heightened color and a suppressed agitation.
  • shaft His mouth twitched with laughter as he bent over the shaft .
  • shear In testing fire brick for boiler purposes such a method might be criticised, because such a test is a compression test and subject to errors from unequal bearing surfaces causing shear .
  • sheath The savage has lost his assegai in the fall, and the white man is groping hungrily, eagerly, for his sheath knife.
  • shed Stand all aloof; but, uncle, draw you near To shed obsequious tears upon this trunk.
  • sheen Now we could see the sheen of spears, as the impi, looking like an immense mass of black ants, appeared in the far distance.
  • sheeny
  • sheep
  • sheer
  • sheet
  • sherbet
  • shevat
  • shew
  • shi'ite
  • shift
  • shiite
  • shirt
  • shirty
  • shoat
  • shod
  • shoe
  • shoot
  • short
  • shot
  • shout
  • shred
  • shunt
  • shut
  • sleet
  • suet
  • sweet
  • whet
  • Feet He was no more than a hundred feet away.
  • Shalt Thou shalt not be afraid of the terror by day, nor of the arrow that flieth by night, nor for the pestilence that walketh in darkness, nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday.
  • Shan't I shan't like that part.
  • She And this is how she did it.
  • Shied
  • Shea Coast to Coast is a 1987 comedy thriller starring Lenny Henry, John Shea , with cameos from Peter Vaughan, Pete Postlethwaite and Cherie Lunghi.
  • Sheena
  • Sheree
  • sheds It was day without, but dark within the sheds .
  • sheets
  • SHES
  • SHPT
  • shiest
  • shorty
  • shooed
  • sheers
  • shier
  • she'd My opinion is she'd come to me jumping.
  • she's "Oh, she's going to have a very good time now," replied Mr. Evringham.
  • shewed

22 words made from the letters SHEET1

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