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  • assure I assure you, it won't be a day before you will be ashamed of having known me."
  • censure It is not that we wish to censure them.
  • desire Did you desire it, Annie?"
  • fissure With a twist to the left they swung back of a face of rock, turned sharply to the right, and found themselves in a fissure Melissy had not at all expected.
  • leisure You'd better put in us men at once; and then you can draw in the ladies and the game and the luncheon at your leisure."
  • measure The poems taken from Greek life are in a large measure filled up with matter taken from the life around him.
  • saussure That celebrated naturalist, M. de Saussure, attributes Goitres not to the water, but to the heat of the climate, and to the stagnation of the air, and he informs us, he has never seen Goitres in any place elevated 5 or 6,000 toises above the level of the sea, and that they are most common in valleys where there is not a free circulation of air.
  • secure What good is it having a 'security guard' if you're still not secure."
  • securer Hence we advance with securer steps when we begin with the study of the geological records of later times, proceeding from the newer to the older, or from the more to the less known.
  • seizure That show of grief, and that seizure of the pocket-handkerchief were admirably done."
  • sere Up and do somewhat, ere thy limbs are sere.
  • sesame He knew well that the name of Somerled would be no "Open Sesame" to this door, and he rather enjoyed the knowledge.
  • severe The severe task of bearing her over long miles of trail became at last a joy.
  • sierra He had a project for the colonization of the Sierra Morena Mountains in Spain, a third for the introduction of a new and more practical method of providing the army with the necessary supplies; then there were innumerable minor schemes for the improvement of agriculture, commerce, industry, and things generally in Spain.
  • siesta However accustomed we may be to this extraordinary sight, it still at times happens when wandering alone, during the hours of the siesta, in this sort of infinite cathedral, with its irregular and endless architecture, through this forest of lofty columns, massive or in close formation, displaying in turn the most diversified and grandiose styles, Egyptian, Greek, Byzantine, Arab, Gothic, and reminiscent of all the vanished and venerated floras and faunas, when it is not above all profoundly original ...
  • sincere The sincere artist will carefully consider every detail.
  • sire "We had quite a time bringing you back, Sire.
  • sister He has seen his sister.
  • sure "I'm not at all sure that I did, my dear.
  • suture He lived to an old age, as the traces of every suture are effaced.
  • Seizures The terms were as follows:- "That which we require, which is the payment of the remainder of the money, the restitution of certain ships taken and kept without any colour or pretence, and the taking of arrests and seizures which were made in that kingdom against our subjects contrary to treaty, being of right and due.
  • being awe of
  • home-cooking
  • more unprotesting
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