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  • dock They'd dock me of a week's pay if they found out."
  • dork Now I knew we were on the forty-eighth parallel of latitude, for I had looked that out on the chart, so I said to Captain Dork,- "'Now, sir!
  • duck The leg of a young duck had been broken by an accident.
  • ducky An' that child hain't got a thing on but that white ducky dress and maybe a hat.
  • dug The Bedouins surmised that he must have dug deep holes at the bottom of the ravines, and in this manner reached water which he scented under the ground.
  • duke How d'you do, duke?
  • dusk He struck his stick upon the earth, and stared through the dusk at the shape of the country.
  • dusky Clouds of dust hid the sky, hid the sun, and the earth became dusky.
  • sad The story I am about to tell you is a very sad one.
  • sadhu I will illustrate this from a living example: that of the Sadhu Sundar Singh.
  • saudi The government of Saudi Arabia can demonstrate its leadership in the region by expanding the role of its people in determining their future.
  • scour When improperly treated the cattle scour and hove, the stomach getting deranged.
  • scout That very evening a man, tall and lean, but with the shrewd and kindly eye of a scout, came into the sitting-room with the Colonel and handed a letter to Mrs. Colfax.
  • scud He too would turn and scud into his hiding place.
  • sd The two other lethals, lethals sc and sd, which came up in the course of these experiments by Miss Stark, are treated in other sections of this paper.
  • seduce I must conquer the first quality, and seduce the second, and the battle was won.
  • skua The skua in this way commonly takes part in the plundering of every eider island.
  • soak He was not a drinking man at any time, and the professional soak was a mystery to him.
  • soaked The earliest form of bread consisted of grain soaked in water, then pressed, and afterwards dried by means of the sun or fire.
  • sock He fell asleep, chuckling and with one sock on.
  • socket Then she twisted it to the side and there was a sickening snap as it came out of its shoulder socket He groaned lightly but did not speak.
  • sod From the minute the sod was scraped off they watched every stick that went into it.
  • soda Suppose a husband had to go to church with a dirty shirt, and he would say to his wife, 'You might have had a clean shirt for me to-day, my dear, to go to church with;' and she would reply, 'My butter and my eggs were not sufficient to get soap and soda; and therefore you must go to church with the shirt you have on,' that shows a separate interest between them.
  • sodden The weather was very bad and the ground became wet and sodden.
  • soddy "The idea that a peculiar 'vital force' acts in the chemistry of life," says Professor Soddy, "is extinct."
  • sodium As a matter of fact, they are far more conspicuous with the sodium flame than without it.
  • sodom "The good company, though with less money;" and referred to Lot's desire for riches taking him to live in wicked Sodom, where he lost all that he had.
  • sot And thus, in Italy, and in the eighteenth century, where no one had found any fault at a girl of nineteen being married by proxy to a man who turned out to be a disgusting and brutal sot; no one also could find any fault at a young man of twenty-eight seeking, and obtaining, the love of a married woman of twenty-five.
  • souk And like the present Souk-Ahras, Thagaste must have been above all a market.
  • stack She had an inch-thick stack of midgit-idgit cards in her hand.
  • stake "Well," he said in answer to her question, "they have, anyway, some interest to a farmer who has a good deal at stake."
  • stark The truth is simple and stark.
  • steak Fry brown and crisp, drain, and serve with broiled steak.
  • stick But we don't stick entirely to that.
  • sticky The tube of the trumpet leading down from the surface of the ear to the drum is lined with skin; and this skin is supplied with glands, which pour out a sticky, yellowish fluid called ear wax, which catches the bits of dust or insects that get into the ear and, flowing slowly outward, carries them with it.
  • stock They "don't take much stock in it."
  • stocky She was short, stocky, fifty-two years old and the widow of a fabulously wealthy interstellar investment broker.
  • stodge I'm with Sir Stodge, 0 Glugs of Gosh!
  • stodgy It was the kind of day when one must ride off the beaten trail, when the sun is warm, the air cool and sparkling; even Lakota seemed like a stodgy animal riveted to the earth, and the only proper motion was that of an eagle soaring.
  • stoke Mrs. Davis, the landlady of the Angel, and Robert Stoke, the officer who took the prisoner into custody, said that Miss Blandy did not then appear to them to be attempting night.
  • stoker You forget that it's my week to be Stoker.
  • stork The bear stork had arrived.
  • stuck Within was stuck another card.
  • stud His smart, well-cut clothes, and big emerald shirt stud, and sleeve links, suggested the successful impresario.
  • sulk "But, by George, you sulk so much, and you crab so much, that I'm darned if I see it any more!
  • sunk Jerry appeared to have sunk against the wall.
  • vodka The chief means of intoxication is the drinking of Vodka, brandy made from grain.
  • zodiac Bolder speculators affirm twelve apostles because there are twelve signs of the Zodiac.
  • Kodak As it was my first visit to Soissons I regretted not having brought my kodak, but when I spoke of this to Madame Macherez she expressed her delight at my admiration of her native city, but was extremely glad that I had not ventured out alone with a camera.
  • Soc Layardi, Deshayes, P.Z. Soc.
  • Stunk As a matter of fact, I noticed that our friend the cook, who had made a goose out of a hog, was placed next to me, and he stunk from sauces and pickle.
  • Sid What do you weigh now, Sid?"
  • Doug Doug is a professor.
  • Stu Him, you and Stu In the nude Being lewd with two dudes with food Well, that's if Stu's into it, too – If You're Into It by flight of the conchords
  • SDI
  • SODS
  • SODAS
  • SUZUKI
  • sodded
  • dorky
  • sudoku

26 words made from the letters SODUKU

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