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Correct spellings for SOCUILA

  • jocular And with a jocular laugh he turned away and left him.
  • ocular The roar of London, with its flight of ocular visions, sank behind him, and without any further sense of mental travel, he found himself perceiving his own home, whether in memory, imagination, or fact he did not know.
  • saucily And how saucily after school would Lilly plant herself down in the subterranean depths of the kitchen.
  • scalar Sometimes a chiral multiplet (whose highest component is a spinor) can be referred to as a scalar multiplet.
  • scale You might as well insist on a faithful representation of the household furniture of the burgomaster of Zoetenaeg, which is the smallest village in Belgium, in drawing the map of Europe to scale .
  • scaly The sole has a scaly , laminated aspect.
  • scholar Everybody says what a fine scholar Mr. Henry is,-even in the servants' hall!"
  • scowl He thought the time had come, when Caracalla looked up from the brooding reverie into which he had again sunk, and with an ominous scowl asked Timotheus whether his wife, under whose protection Melissa had been seen the day before, had known that the false-hearted girl had given herself to another man while she feigned love for him.
  • scuba The City of Bangor wreck site is now part of the Keweenaw Underwater Preserve, established in 1991, along with the nearby wrecks of the Altadoc and the Scotia, and can be visited by scuba divers.
  • scull Her posture was so graceful, that though he was making straight for the weir, he dared not dip a scull .
  • sculler In the evening we went home through the rain by water in a sculler , having borrowed some coats of Mr. Sheply.
  • scylla It was there, we say, looking northward to the straits, that Ulysses tossed between Scylla and Charybdis; there, turning towards the flank of Etna, that he met with Polyphemus and defied the giant from his galley.
  • secular There is among them no separation into lay and secular .
  • skill A high degree of skill in a given trade brings little advantage in the matter of wages.
  • skull Flowers and vines are planted here to beautify this shrine, and every pole has a bear-skull on it.
  • social At first even cigar-smoking was confined to comparatively few persons, and the social prejudice against tobacco continued unabated.
  • soil The trampled soil was hidden beneath splashes of red.
  • somalia St. Helena St. Kitts and Nevis St. Lucia St. Pierre and Miquelon St. Vincent and the Grenadines San Marino Sao Tome and Principe Saudi Arabia Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands Soviet Union Spain Spratly Islands Sri Lanka Sudan Suriname Svalbard Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syria
  • soul After that, in bitter repentance he heard the galling words that penetrated his inmost soul .
  • sourly The old man surveyed him sourly .
  • squeal Yes, sir, said Newman; he never squeal ed, he wouldn't squeal , and three minutes before he died he nearly killed me with a swing of his trunk.
  • stockily He could surmise the cause; the stockily -built man-his pursuer-was asking questions; he had learned what had become of the fugitive and was presumably looking around for a "taxi."
  • suckle At no time in the life of a dairy cow should she be allowed to suckle her calf longer than the third day of its existence.
  • sulla In 86 B.C. Sulla , the Roman dictator, besieged and captured Athens, and among other prizes conveyed the library of Apellicon to Rome, and thus many of the most important works of Aristotle for the first time were made known to the Roman and Alexandrian schools.
  • sculls He should, when laying himself out for pace, swing back so far that his sculls come out just as his hands touch his ribs.
  • soggily But he didn't try; he just set there soggily drinking champagne to drown the memory of his lost watch.

133 words made from the letters SOCUILA

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