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- forth 'Twas pity Nature brought ye forth, Merely to show your worth, – TO BLOSSOMS by Robert Herrick
- mouth His mouth opened but nothing came out for a long time.
- north "He is to be your body-servant on your journey to the North.
- seth Seth Jepson has told the Britishers all he knows, and your name has been put down with the others.
- sooth The King my father"- "In sooth, you forget, sir, her low degree.
- soothe He went to her and tried to soothe her, but failed.
- sort What a nice sort of a son you must be!
- sough One and another sough of the wind had bowed the tree-tops with a token of what was coming; one and another bright flash of lightning had illumined the woody wilderness; and now, just as the chair stopped, drops began to fall which seemed as large as cherry- stones, mingled with hail a good deal larger.
- sought It would not have been believed, had I sought it.
- sour Is our native wine so sour as all that?
- source His protracted absence was the source of grave uneasiness to Barnes, who, having been summoned to St. Elizabeth, returned at six o'clock primed and eager for the night's adventure.
- sourly She eyed Chester sourly when he went in, expecting some request to be allowed to go with Henry, and prepared to refuse it sharply.
- south Do you not feel a sympathy for the South?
- southey This poem, the Joan of Arc, was the earliest work of much pretension amongst all that Southey wrote; and by many degrees it was the worst.
- worth Why, you are worth twenty of him, and he'll know that later on.
- youth You stood here first, glad, proud, strong in your youth; but a few short weeks, and I had turned all to ruin.
- Saith At length he fixed his eyes upon her-eyes moistened by a tear, and in a low, deep voice that seemed to indicate an inward struggle, he uttered, "Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord!"