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  • ascent Accompanied by a couple of natives, who soon left them, they began to make the ascent.
  • assent Amy gave him her hand with a glad assent, and Helen was left alone.
  • cent I don't scare worth a cent."
  • resent What the sheriff said was not said as an insult; but under the circumstances it became necessary for Terence Hollis to resent what he had heard.
  • saint My dear Jack, you would not have me be a saint all at once!
  • scent It seemed as if a thrill went over every nerve among them, at the cry of the excited hound, as he fully caught the scent, and "opened on it."
  • secant
  • send S.O.S. is all I need to send Just a little text, I'm calling all our friends F.Y.I., you know it's not the end Don't take it lying down, no crying now, it's your world – S.O.S. (Let The Music Play) by jordin sparks
  • sent WHen my abodes prefixed time is spent, My cruell fayre streight bids me wend my way: but then fro[m] heauen most hideous stormes are sent as willing me against her will to stay. – SOnnet XLVI by Edmund Spenser
  • siesta Its teamsters take their siesta, reposing in full confidence.
  • silent The night is silent How the stars are vibrant – Always Christmas by Heather Nova
  • sonnet "Here is a sonnet of her ladyship's," said Cardinal S. C. I took it respectfully, and I prepared to read it, but the amiable marchioness told me to put it in my pocket and return it to the cardinal the next day, although she did not think the sonnet worth so much trouble.
  • soonest He sat in the dark between fire and ice, chiefly wondering how he could soonest win through the trap-door and earn a bullet in his brain.
  • sound Do you ever really crash, or even make a sound When you're falling in a forest and there's nobody around – Waving Through a Window by Unknown Author
  • sousing Julien dressed himself hurriedly, and descended to the courtyard, where the first thing he saw was the cabriolet, which had been brought in the early morning and which one of the farm-boys was in the act of sousing with water in the hope of freeing the hood and wheels from the thick mud which covered them.
  • spent I only see that the million dollars man spent Hadn't avoid him to feel the ill – Because I by White Skull
  • sunset Mississippi sunset She was standing like a candle That hasn't been burned yet The wind was blowin' – Then Came the Night by Trace Adkins
  • zest His eyes sparkled with eagerness and zest in life; the wrinkles on his forehead rose up and down, and what she had mistaken for a cloud of wrath was, after all, only the expression of his brain's boiling activity.
  • Docent
  • sanest Not only was he a great creative genius, equally the first modern sculptor and the sanest, but he was himself tall and comely, open-handed, a warm friend, humorous and of vigorous intellect.
  • doesn't
  • isn't
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