What is the correct spelling for SOARCES?

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Correct spellings for SOARCES

  • am applicable to
  • art positive
  • art possessed of
  • art regular
  • being punished
  • being put by
  • co workers
  • create fiction
  • de-lightful
  • dominators
  • farces Who does not know the farces of primary assemblies, composed of a president, of a secretary, and of some assistants, whose day's work was paid for?
  • for a minute
  • forces Forces had pressed themselves in upon her mind.
  • give an account
  • give devil
  • no
  • sarges
  • sasses An' we wus punished putty bad iffen we complains, sasses or 'fuses ter wuck lak we should.
  • saucers The sight made her so uneasy that she fidgeted the cups upon their saucers.
  • sauces Not all the sauces in Christendom could have made it so piquant and appetizing.
  • scarce Here, for several marches, game was scarce.
  • searches No amount of coaxing or of anxious fear on her part will bring them back, till she searches diligently to find them.
  • smooths way
  • soars She soars a flight that is more than mortal!
  • solaces What but spiritual solaces could assist me to live, after the degradations I have had heaped on me?
  • sores This organic matter is used in the mud-baths for the cure of sores and tumours.
  • source The baby had grown to be a constant source of surprise and delight to us.
  • sources It seems to me that no one need do more than go to the best sources for his facts, and tell his readers where he got them.
  • souses
  • spaces High in the air as her flat was, some beams from the morning sun reached her even in November, striking straight at curtain, chair, and carpet, and painting there three bright, true spaces of green, blue, and purple, upon which the eye rested with a pleasure which gave physical warmth to the body.