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Correct spellings for SOURIOUSE

  • curious "It's a little curious that you haven't heard.
  • furious But in him was the fierce furious desire to fight for the boy.
  • rouse She made an observation and he appeared to rouse himself.
  • series This was the first of a series .
  • serious "Nothing really serious , dear.
  • serous According to Foerster, who seems to have made examinations in cases where mumps occurred as one of the accidental complications of other and fatal diseases, the affected gland at first becomes hyper�mic, and is then the seat of serous exudation.
  • sirius We must no longer postpone our homage to the brightest star in the sky, the magnificent Sirius , which shines on the left below Orion: it returns every year toward the end of November.
  • sonorous It had scarce reached its climax, ere it was drowned by the more sonorous counter-cheer that hailed the performance of the black horseman.
  • sourish The place smelt sourish and sickly.
  • sourpuss
  • spurious In this house we submit, though with troubled minds, to that order which has connected all great duties with toils and with perils, which has conducted the road to glory through the regions of obloquy and reproach, and which will never suffer the disparaging alliance of spurious , false, and fugitive praise with genuine and permanent reputation.
  • sucrose
  • sunrise
  • surmise
  • usurious Sure that Charles Haughton would yet redeem his promise, Willy renewed the bill another three months on usurious terms; those months over, he came to town to find your father hiding between four walls, unable to stir out for fear of arrest.
  • sources She believed, indeed, that she had real sources of vexation in the self-will and obstinacy of her husband, and that, had he been otherwise than he was, she should then have been completely happy.
  • sorrows 144, 145. "Sorrows of Werther," iii.
  • soirees However, two immortal books of the Count de Maistre: Soirees de Saint Petersbourg, and the book Du Pape, may give us the secret of that controversy lost to the memory of man, but which we shall one day find in that of God.

133 words made from the letters SOURIOUSE

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