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Correct spellings for SKATEPARKS
- stacks He could not read the inscription above it; but the window was crowded with bulbs and roots of all kinds and bags of seed in small stacks.
- sparks His eyes burn; his tread strikes sparks from the stone.
- scatters Indeed I seldom miss, because I putt in such a 'eavy charge, and the 'buss scatters so fearfully that it's all but impossible to miss-unless you fairly turn your back on the game and fires in the opposite direction."
- skeptics Columbus picked out a road to America and assured the skeptics that there was no danger of his sailing 'over the edge.
- storks Like the storks and the swallows, I yearn for the distant land, and where should the human eye be more likely to be permitted, at least in fancy, to discern the remote goal than from the summit of a mountain?
- speaks Hugh always speaks to the point.
- streaks The afternoon was far gone and the sky was overcast with sinister streaks of clouds that did not move, but hung like vast Zeppelins over the harbour beyond: long, blue- black clouds with white bellies.
- skippers Skippers do that, you know, Bos'."
- skylarks One season a friend in England sent me a score of skylarks in a cage.
- steppers "High-steppers," remarked a very large-eared commercial traveler to another.
- skaters The first ladies who at that time distinguished themselves as skaters were the wife and daughter of the celebrated surgeon Dieffenbach-two fine, supple figures, who moved gracefully over the ice, and in their fur-bordered jackets and Polish caps trimmed with sable excited universal admiration.
- skates Hetty turned to the second letter-and with that looked up swiftly as her ear caught the ringing sound of skates, and a young man descended, as it were, out of the sun's disc and came flying down the long alley on its ray.
- steaks Not raw beef-steaks this time, is it?