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Correct spellings for SOOON

  • boon So little is known of the private history of Shakespeare, conceive the boon it will be to mankind.
  • goon Blue Bottle Coffee, coffee roaster based in Oakland, California Bluebottle (character), in The Goon Show Bluebottle OS, computer operating system written in the Oberon programming language Fizzy Blue Bottles, A type of sour sweets Police officer in outdated British slang
  • loon The call of Quiquingus, the loon, sounded somewhere behind him.
  • moon Sintram went back to the Rocks of the Moon.
  • noon She only recovered her senses at noon the next day.
  • salon The attitude was suspicious enough to satisfy Stanislas; he turned sharply round upon Chatelet, who stood at the door of the salon.
  • saloon He left his seat and walked once or twice up and down the saloon.
  • scion Therefore it is the woman, my Aunt Carola, who must bear the whole reproach of the folly which I shall forthwith confess to you, since she it was who put it into my head; and, as it was only to make Eve happy that her husband ever consented to eat the disastrous apple, so I, save to please my relative, had never aspired to become a Selected Salic Scion.
  • scorn I burst out, with a scorn that must have puzzled her.
  • seen They had seen nothing of him since their trip to Norway, and they greeted him now with unaffected heartiness, glad of the distraction his appearance afforded them.
  • sen "Does yer mean ter sen' me away from yer, Mass Cap'n?"
  • seton By G. A. HENTY, KIRK MUNROE, JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY, ERNEST THOMPSON SETON, and Others
  • sewn Perhaps the way these boats are tied and sewn together may have given rise to the legend alluded to by Sir John Maundeville when he saw them at the Isle of Hormuz.
  • sign To be perfectly open with you, however, I had heard that was the sign she was coming!
  • simon "Simon, are you sleeping?
  • sin Wolf nor sin could touch me!
  • sn
  • snood
  • snoop
  • snoot
  • snow
  • soho
  • solo
  • solon
  • son
  • sonny
  • soon
  • sooner
  • soot
  • sown
  • spoon
  • sun
  • swoon
  • sworn
  • zion
  • Sean Jennifer Batten – guitar, guitar synthesizer, programming, spoken vocals (tracks 2, 4), sound effects (track 10), production Ann Marie Crouch – vocals (track 4), spoken vocals (track 4) Leah Santos – vocals (track 6) Herman Begay – vocals (track 8) Michael Jordan – drums (track 10), percussion (track 5), sound effects (track 10) Sandin Wilson – bass (track 2) Andre Berry – bass (track 3) Skip Vonkuske – cello Nelly Kovalev – violin Betsy Hamilton – Native American flute Jon Clark – spoken vocals (track 1) Debbie Schepps – spoken vocals (track 3) Sean Dailey – spoken vocals (track 4) Bret Helm – spoken vocals (tracks 4, 9) Kari Helm – spoken vocals (track 4) Nel Gerome – spoken vocals (track 4) Nick Moon – mixing Chris Bellman – mastering
  • Sloan How is your patient, Doctor Sloan?
  • San It was then your official duty to go from Los Angeles to San Francisco and hold court there.
  • SONY
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