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Correct spellings for SOURCCE

  • affording a view
  • armbands
  • coerce Didn't they say they wouldn't fite to coerce the South?
  • course Of course he could see nothing.
  • gets one's face
  • give an account
  • holds bay
  • more declined
  • pleasureunpleasure principles
  • sauce One girl had contributed a little booklet of choice apple recipes, a jar of apple butter and another of home-made apple sauce.
  • scarce Scarce a man of then had ever seen a President, and it was worth riding far to look upon a man who even hoped for so exalted a position.
  • scourge Even those most friendly to Him may have felt a little jarred as they saw Him with uplifted scourge and flaming eyes violently driving before Him men and beasts.
  • scours For all they need is procured for them by Thessala, who searches and scours and purveys for them.
  • soccer The game was neither Rugby nor "Soccer," but there seemed to be a good deal of tackling in it.
  • SOCKS If you were to get an order for twenty dozen socks of a particular colour, size, and price, you would not be able to get that number of socks alike in Shetland.
  • source Is nature the source of all this suffering, or is it man that is to blame for it?
  • sources Whether Mrs. Nightingale got at other sources of information we cannot say.
  • Sours Our last news sours the taste of the wine, and steals the sleep from my couch.
  • souse When Archy was in that benign mood incidental to his return from a souse, there was nothing in the world to prevent him walking on water or ascending into the air, should he deem it a dignified thing to do.
  • SUCKS One of our northern species sucks in silent darkness for seventeen years, and then, for a single summer, breaks all American long-distance records for insect voices.
  • sucre This little aside was secretly conducted, while Dr. Reasono was drinking a glass of eau sucre; but he soon returned to the subject, with the dignified gravity that never forsook him.
  • surface But people must look beneath the surface.
  • surge And then, before I could realise what had come to pass, there was a surge of dark and stealthy figures, there was a hand on my shoulder and a low voice was in my ears.
  • surges So have we seen the crag beat back the blast, So has the shore the surges backward cast.
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