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Correct spellings for SOURESE

  • affording a view
  • am apathetic
  • am apparent
  • am applicable to
  • give devil
  • inter laced
  • sires By twelve o'clock scarcely one left of all those joyous youths, those jolly sires and grandsires, those happy children, matched in size with their ponies, as the elders were in their different mounts, remains to distract the eye from the occupants of the two rows of penny chairs and the promenaders between them.
  • soiree "We will make our visits at once, as I will, for the first time, open our large house for a soiree to-morrow evening," she added.
  • soirees He was very kind and patient to his ailing, delicate wife, giving up parties and soirees to sit with her, but never able to guess why Dora's dark eyes looked so strangely upon him.
  • sores One is surprised to find that sores from bruises do not generally heal quickly.
  • sorest While thus in the sorest need he was addressing himself to the Lords of Heaven, a tall Egyptian suddenly appeared in the midst of the struggle and turmoil of the battle, seized the reins, and sprang into the chariot behind the king, to whom he bowed respectfully.
  • source Indeed, it is the chief source of amusement I have," answered May.
  • sources Whatever her sources of information may be, Lottie is always correct.
  • soured After several pretended Delays in the Proceedings, finding Mr. Blandy's temper very much soured against me, I thought it necessary to hasten my Project to a Conclusion.
  • sourer It had been a hard day for the poor woman, for the cook had gone off in a huff; the chamber girl been detected in petty larceny; two desirable boarders had disappointed her; and the incapable husband had fallen ill, so it was little wonder that her soul was tried, her sharp voice sharper, and her sour temper sourer than ever.
  • sourest Fifteen or twenty minutes of it can wipe out the sourest memory of the day's business, and trivial irritations sink to their proper place in the scheme of things.
  • sourness One large group of bacteria produces the well-known souring of milk; and while this in itself is not especially desirable, yet the milk is still wholesome and practically harmless, and its sourness prevents the growth of a large number of other bacteria whose growth would quickly make it dangerous and poisonous.
  • Sours Of course, he sours.
  • souse And how ridiculously would they have stood themselves beside the brawn, pudding, and souse!
  • souses
  • surest
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