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  • boo In front of the cave-temples is a flourishing boo -tree, and a small grove of cocoanut palms which have grown to a great size.
  • bozo "I'm trying to warn you that the bozo you're after carries one of those new needle-guns, and the needles are poison-tipped.
  • ceo The declaration set forth that the defendant "porta deux chivals ungovernable en un coach, et improvide, incante, et absque debita consideratione ineptitudinis loci la eux drive pur eux faire tractable et apt pur an coach, quels chivals, pur ceo que, per leur ferocite, ne poientestre rule, curre sur le plaintiff et le noie."
  • coo Overhead a pigeon tries to coo to the end of its sentence and loses the word at the end every time, and a green parrot fights with a crow and finally drives it into another tree, and flies eat my lunch, or breakfast rather, and ants eat me, and I gnaw my pipe with vexation.
  • goo Let him goo an' eat his roost goo se as is a-smellin' up in our noses while we're a-swallering them greasy broth, an' let my boy alooan.
  • loo I well remember one night loo king on, awe-struck at the magnitude of the stakes, at a game of loo .
  • loos Nearly two hundred prisoners were taken hereabout, all Silesian mechanics, like those I met at Loos in September 1915-rather miserable men, with no heart in the war, because, as Poles, it is none of their making.
  • moo Mother and baby often sat on opposite seats, chattering to each other of the things seen out the window-gee-gees, moo -cows, and all the rest that all mothers show their babies.
  • ooze 75. What is the nature of the Atlantic ooze ?
  • oozy There the soft, oozy earth, which can never dry under the trees, is poached into a slough through which even timber carriages cannot be drawn.
  • orzo
  • ouzo
  • sa He told me, "Yes, Sa , I do sa me whole camp one night, sa ddles, horses, bridles, whole lot camp outfit while you sleep."
  • sago When the sago is clear, add the cooked fruit, and one-half cupful of currant-juice.
  • saw He saw he had won.
  • say Come, what do you say ?
  • scow As the sun rose and we neared the shore, there came into view on the near end of the island the rickety outline of a palsied old dock, clutching with one arm a group of piles anchored in the marsh grass, and extending the other as if in welcome to the slow-moving scow .
  • se The next party, of eight sledges, led by Es-se-you, Kud-la, and Me-tek, started on February 5. The object was to carry advance supplies to the head of Flagler Bay, and hunt musk ox to feed the sledge teams as they moved overland.
  • sea It was hard for him to think of a wolf of hunger at the door of any home beyond the sea .
  • see We'll soon see about that.
  • sew Aye, but feeries can't sew up a broken heart, acushla.
  • shoo I shoo 'd to them, but they didn't shoo a inch.
  • si His words, in a Sermon on the Ascension, are, De vitiis nostris scalam nobis facimus, si vitia ipsa calcamus.
  • silo Horace's barn and corn silo are more pretentious by far than his house, but fortunately they stand on lower ground, where they are not visible from my side of the hill.
  • sir William Henry don't think so, sir .
  • sloe But that's because they never tasted sloe -gin."
  • slow Slow signifies moving through a relatively short distance, or with a relatively small number of motions in a given time; slow also applies to that which is a relatively long while in beginning or accomplishing something; a watch or a clock is said to be slow when its indications are behind those of the standard time. Tardy is applied to that which is behind the proper or desired time, especially in doing a work or arriving at a place. Deliberate and dilatory are used of persons, tho the latter may be used also of things, as of a stream; a person is deliberate who takes a noticeably long time to consider and decide before acting or who acts or speaks as if he were deliberating at every point; a person is dilatory who lays aside, or puts off as long as possible, necessary or required action; both words may be applied either to undertaking or to doing. Gradual (L. gradus, a step) signifies advancing by steps, and refers to slow but regular and sure progression. Slack refers to action that seems to indicate a lack of tension, as of muscle or of will, sluggish to action that seems as if reluctant to advance.
  • snow I must tell mother about it as soon as I go home and ask her to help me plan Snow White's costume.
  • so He was angry, violently so .
  • soak Skin and cut up your fowls, and soak them two hours in cold water, to make them white.
  • soap It was a soap box almost full.
  • soar At this season they frequently rise high above the earth and soar , emitting plaintive cries.
  • sock Mr. Everidge waved his sock -capped hands with a gesture of disdain.
  • sod She laughed surrenderingly, and came and sat down upon the porch near him, and tapped a slipper toe nervously upon the soft, green sod .
  • soda It is composed of soda -felspar and hornblende.
  • soho Don't you know where Mrs. Penn went when she left Soho Square?
  • soil The available soil about the home farm in the valley must raise hay and grain for the long winter's use.
  • sol Mr. Sol Smith Russell introducing his laughable specialties between the two plays.
  • solo She was dressed in a fashion perhaps a little more courtly than was usual in the gatherings at Mr Palmer's house, and Frank, as he stood beside her at the piano, could not restrain his eyes from straying every now and then a way from his music to her shoulders, and once nearly lost himself, during a solo which required a little unusual exertion, in watching the movement of a locket and of what was for a moment revealed beneath it.
  • son One day I towld 'er yer mother's story about th' Son ov Maan.
  • soon It was a pity Wantele had come back so soon .
  • sooner For no sooner was He known to have arrived in Galilee than one of the royal household sought Him out to obtain a boon which no royal favour could grant.
  • soot The buildings had the dull, dingy look which soot alone can give.
  • sooth In sooth , I know not whither to be glad, or sad, or mad.
  • soothe One began to soothe him, while the others slipped a leather and iron harness over him.
  • sooty In the morning, with a sooty face, leather apron, a dejected countenance, and a woollen cap, he was generously relieved as an unfortunate blacksmith, whose all had been consumed by fire.
  • sop She was the sop on this occasion thrown to the Grim One of the iron claws, for I would far rather have gone alone.
  • sorrow There were times when sorrow was too deep for tears.
  • sos Well, the So-and-sos have slipped gradually into your life; let this be granted.
  • sot But, although he was not punished according to the severe correction he had formerly received, yet he did not escape the continual railings in his ears for several days after, ever and anon she crying out, "You sot , will you never be wise?"
  • sou He saw my hesitation, and then added: "For that sum, and not a sou less, I am prepared to sign a statement that I have lied, and that there is no truth in the allegation."
  • sough You can imagine, too, the consternation of the peaceful inmates of the open pools, whose laughter had now and then risen above the sough of the wind and splash of the water.
  • soup I hope he comes soon, for we have the good soup to-day, of the kind Mr. 'Arry so well likes.
  • sour Why, they used to call him Sour Snipper.
  • sow When you present detailed plans, you excite controversies and sow divisions; you repeat the mistake of the French socialists, who have scattered their redoubtable forces because they tried to carry formulated systems.
  • soy Monday we drilled soy beans on what Ira calls the "wind mill field."
  • spoor On the following morning he went to the locality where the animal had disappeared, with the intention of taking up the spoor .
  • ss He therefore preferred to extend to Ireland the provisions of ss .
  • sse
  • ssw
  • sue Scarcely had we arrived than a frigate with a flag of truce came to meet us, bringing intelligence that the corsair princes had left the river, and that the king of Portugal had sent an ambassador to England to sue for peace.
  • sw Sw imply a silent agitation, or a softer kind of lateral motion; as sw ay, sw ag, to sw ay, sw agger, sw erve, sw eat, sw eep, sw ill, sw im, sw ing, sw ift, sw eet, sw itch, sw inge.
  • too I know it too well.
  • woo It is one of the evidences of this progressive age that you should woo 'tired Nature's sweet restorer' one night under the roof of my respected brother-in-law, the next under my own.
  • zoo Far from being a zoo or a site of isolated craft or mechanical demonstrations, the farm is operated daily as if agriculture were its only aim.
  • S After a little more talk Leo and Reeve left the squire's house.
  • SSA What ab-about-that-that other one, Ai-ssa?"
  • SSS I now took these remaining letters, placing them side by side: I got aaa, sss, ee, oo, p and i.
  • Soc Reprinted in Browning Soc .
  • Zoe Zoe glanced at him once and looked away.
  • coos "Thou art in sorrow," he coos ; "be of good courage, friend!
  • moos He'd watched the train as carefully as he could, he said, but he couldn't be everywhere at once; and so a couple of Mu Kow Moos had got Smith.
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  • FOO "Why," cried Susy, "how foo-;" but catching Prudy's eye, she added, "you may as well be Young Beauty; Flossy wouldn't mind.
  • SCI Whatever our objectors are in Ireland, they're surely never con-sci-en-tious!"
  • POO Burdened with a secret mission he journeys to Hing-poo, nor does the Mandarin Shan Tien hold another court until the day of his return.
  • SUI The professional digger of those days was a being sui generis.
  • OOH She stepped into the hall and called: Ooh -hooh!
  • SRO B. haltis, konvinkite ke Sro .
  • SONY When the time comes, the president of Sony can take charge.
  • SOSA The La Boca lock and dam have been abandoned, and no Sosa lake will therefore come into existence, the lowest lock being, as I have said, at Milaflores.
  • BOOS But now "boos" mingled with the hisses.
  • OOHS
  • POOS
  • shoos Inside of five minutes they was grinnin' with him, and when I finally shoos 'em out they was formin' a committee to shake each other down for two hundred per towards a weddin' present.
  • sob Creme corn, no cob Bo ho, Bo ho, go sob – Silky (No Homo) by Cam'ron

2 words made from the letters SOOOO

  • 4 letter words made from SOOOO:

    oooo.
  • 5 letter words made from SOOOO:

    soooo.
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