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Correct spellings for SOONES

  • bones
  • jones Smith said, in despair, "There's no making things pleasant in this house, Jones."
  • sens
  • sense
  • sinus
  • snooze
  • soon
  • sooner
  • soonest Still he drew her fondly to him, and kissed her hair and brow and cheeks with eager haste, in a vehemence of feeling which came over him like a revulsion after the shock he had gone through; and when they parted he had given her leave to negotiate for little Katharina's hand on his behalf, and she had promised in return that it should be not on the morrow but the day after at soonest.
  • sourness
  • Ones
  • Sans
  • Stones
  • Moons The attack may be immediate, or it may not be made for some moons to come, but one thing is certain, that when the Blackfeet think you are off the watch, they will try to surprise you, and having resolved on a deed they seldom change their minds."
  • SINEs
  • Sons
  • soothes
  • sores
  • zones
  • boons Nor is this the worst of it; for while much of the civil list of a monarch is usefully employed in cherishing the arts, and in fostering industry, to say nothing of its boons to the dependent and meritorious in the shape of pensions, not a dollar of the millions that are wasted every fourth year among ourselves in the struggles of parties, can be said to be applied to a purpose that has not a greater tendency to evil than to good.
  • loons
  • signs
  • scenes
  • spines
  • nooses
  • singes
  • spoons
  • tones
  • songs
  • cones
  • sins
  • hones
  • sings She felt like a young wife of whom a child is born, and the voice of her heart sings to her in soothing tones: "It lives, it is mine, I am the providence of a living soul, I am a mother."
  • SUNS Suns rise and set; the straining clasp The shortened links resist, Yet flashes in a bracelet's grasp The diamond, on her wrist.
  • GOONS
  • SINEWS It was re-echoed by every Scot; those that were flying returned; they who sustained the conflict hailed the cry with braces sinews; and the terrible thunder of the word, pealing from rank to rank, struck a terror into De Valence's men, which made them pause.
  • SOSES
  • Zions
  • snoozes
  • scones
  • sonars
  • loonies
  • senors
  • seines
  • pones
  • boonies
  • sonnets
  • seiners
  • scions
  • snows
  • sinners
  • allinclusive
  • dis-encumber
  • dis-junctures
  • dis-relations
  • disco-loring
  • fumblings
  • saliences
  • un-fulfillments
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