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  • chief When you went to Khinjan, what was your chief object?" But the only one's you're cheatin' are just you and the Chief It ain't just a belief He'll be back like a thief – Behind Closed Doors by pillar
  • hereof I am very glad to find your Royal Highness so sensible hereof, and shall humbly and earnestly leave it to your thoughts.
  • share He had a gun by the time he was ten and he killed his share of rabbits, prairie dogs and rattlesnakes. We made a home that we could always share Just to know that someone would be there – The Two Of Us by Barry Manilow
  • shared They all shared, from Beals down."
  • sharer Ought I to make him a sharer of my suspicion, which had been aroused by nothing but a chance encounter?
  • sheaf That proved to be the cap-sheaf, for Bruno could stand no more.
  • shelf In Charley's day this gate had been often used, for it gave upon four steep wooden steps leading to a narrow shelf of rock below.
  • sheriff One man I would like to see is that sheriff, Druel, who let Sassoon get out.
  • shiraz In Persia the fortifications were of mud, even those of Kasvin, Teheran, Ispahan, and Shiraz; those of Simbamwenni are of stone, pierced with two rows of loopholes for musketry.
  • shire Until it turned the corner by the Shire Gardens, Laura let her handkerchief fly from the window.
  • shirr
  • shiver The tree began to shiver and then to shake.
  • shivery The day was bitterly cold; and the boy's shivery look showed how greatly he suffered.
  • shore There, ahead of me, not on the shore, but on the sea, was Barbara.
  • shred Her grace of ease was perfect, but it was all grace of ease, not a single shred of it grace of uncertainty or of difficulty-which meant, when you came to see, that, for its happy working, not a grain of provision was left by it to mere manners.
  • shrew At last, embittered by her responsibilities and disappointments, she had lost faith in human kind and had become a shrew.
  • shrewd A shrewd fellow, Roden."
  • shriek The landlady came on the scene and began to shriek, and Santis asked me to give him a few words apart.
  • shrift Lindsay gave them short shrift.
  • shrive I'll drop in this evening and you can shrive me before I go to bed.
  • Shirred
  • Shored
  • shares Will you go shares?
  • Sharif Presently there entered behind him Sharif Bey, whose appearance was the signal for a fresh demonstration.
  • Sheree
  • shrews
  • Shires
  • shores
  • shirrs
  • Shrek
  • sheriffs
  • revisers To this the Lords object; wherever it is concerned, they are not impartial revisers, but biassed revisers.
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