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- shoes Suppose him with a family, where would their boots and shoes come from?
- shred His suspicions in regard to Pinto had become stronger, but as yet he had not a shred of actual proof against the man.
- shrew Miss Nugent looked down again hastily, and all the shrew within her clamoured for vengeance.
- shares I would ask them who was to pay for it, and they would tell me that some of the men to whom the boat was to belong were not able to pay for then, although others might be able to pay their share; and it was better for the whole of them to pay their shares at the end of the season, because the men who had the money would have got no advantage by paying it at the time.
- Chris This was the day, he remembered, when the wealthy rancher of Ruxton was to look over old Chris Dorn's wheat-fields.
- sires From sires of noblest line, And treasured for the Highest the golden rain.
- sores One tie still linked me to my fellow-men, that of charity, the dressing, relieving, and perhaps, in the long run, healing, of wounds and sores; but that last cable has now been severed.
- shrews Crocodiles show an occasional cannibalistic tendency, while water-shrews are very pugnacious and oftentimes fight until one is killed.
- Shires The churches of Bunbury and Danbury have lost some good screen-work since 1860. In Derbyshire screens suffered severely in the nineteenth century, and the records of each county show the disappearance of many notable examples, though happily Devonshire, Somerset, and several other shires still possess some beautiful specimens of medieval woodwork.
- shreds Our clothing was splitting to shreds.
- shores For choice I like the beach in the morning, the wide sweep of ocean, the full sun on the endless sandy shores, and the solitude.
- chores So he called the feller in putty bad close, who does chores around the White House, and asked him if he'd seen it?
- SHES When I said so had I forgotten the church of All Saints at Lydd, which is known as the Cathedral of the Marshes.
- sharers And if you should walk along the breezy, magnificent, rugged Yorkshire coast for twelve miles, from Whitby northward to the top of Bowlby Cliff, you would find it quite easy to believe that it was there amongst the high sea-cliffs that Beowulf and his hearth-sharers once lived, and there, on the highest ness of our eastern coast, under a great barrow, that Beowulf was buried.
- she's "Ah, she's there, quite safe.