What is the correct spelling for SIITIN?
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Correct spellings for SIITIN
- satin But she grieved in secret, for never a good word had he for her now, and her flaxen hair lost its shimmer of satin , and her cheeks their dainty bloom. Playin like a King, on sheets of satin Me and Shorty smack in, her crib in Manhattan – Big Ole Butt by diddy
- seton Miss Seton laughs, but her color rises and she objects no more.
- setting It is like a setting .
- siding You're siding with Hugh and you are both conspiring to wreck the household budget a second time.
- sifting It is best to cover all small flower-seeds, by sifting fine mould upon them; and if the weather does not do it, use artificial means to keep the soil suitably moist until the seeds are fairly up.
- sighting One sighting of English sail and they'll put to sea like those flying fish around the island.
- sitting "We were sitting here waiting-" "Waiting?"
- sorting He was engaged in sorting this.
- stain How many kinds of boundary are there here between the stain which ends in a sharp edge against the gold, and the sweep in which the purple and red mingle more evenly than they do in shot-silk or in flames?
- stein His mother's heart is broken, but Bear-boy goes on his adventures, and associates with himself three companions, one of whom is Stein .
- sting That takes away one keen sting which is common to all ordinary men.
- stun The movement was so sudden, and the stun it occasioned so utter, morally as well as physically, that a minute or more elapsed before Tom Bowles picked himself up.
- suiting Suiting action to words, he climbed up the small trunk of the air root, and swung over into the hollow where he had piled the reeds.
- Citing Padre Irene, Padre Fernandez, the Countess, a merchant who expected to sell the materials for the new academy, and the high official who had been citing royal decree after royal decree, were about to triumph, when Padre Sibyla, wishing to gain time, had thought of the Commission.