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Correct spellings for SOWWARE

  • aware That wouldn't be giving you any pleasure as far as I'm aware.
  • beware She can both false and friendly be, Beware!
  • scare You know, you rather scare people.
  • seaward Slowly, slowly, the blessed moon stepped out, and lifted him up and delivered to his sight the track of light feet set from seaward-one track only.
  • sewage 4. Sewage Fourth is the dumping of sewage into the ocean.
  • seward Stantin wants to issoo a proclamashin which he thinks will set all things rite, but Seward ses proclamashins are played out.
  • sewer The image of St. Giles had been broken by a mob, and thrown into a sewer; "the impure crowd of priests and monks" had fled, throwing away the shafts of the crosses they bore, and "hiding the golden heads in their robes."
  • snare Such an action would render the liberties of a thousand republics a mockery, a snare, and a delusion, and their names infamous throughout the world.
  • sore It mak's ye sore to-day, but ye'll soon get over it.
  • sower Here the man in whom that word is planted is regarded as the producer of the fruit, by the same natural transition by which, in our Lord's Parable of the Sower, the men in whose hearts the seed was sown are spoken of as themselves on the one hand, bringing no fruit to perfection, and on the other, bringing forth fruit with patience.
  • spare Come along, there is no time to spare."
  • square I'll square that deal some day, Sis.
  • stare She looked up quickly to see what it was, and for a moment her polite intelligent eyes returned his stare.
  • sward But she crept weary up yon hill And crouched upon the sward; I dare not think that she could be Spouse to so great a lord.
  • swarm They will swarm in here like flies, and our days of peace will be over."
  • swear And I swear no harm will come to you."
  • swearer A swearer will lie, and a liar is not to be believed even upon his oath; nor is he believed, when he happens to speak the truth.
  • ware Therewith Sir Launcelot was ware and knew him well, and feutred his spear against him, and smote Sir Sagramour so sore that horse and man fell both to the earth.
  • Wore He watched Nick's heavy hands with eyes that wore a troubled look.
  • Swore And so I've won-as I swore I would!"
  • swears A new book, "L'Homme Machine," has just appeared, and every man swears it is your production, though your name is not affixed to the title-page.
  • sorer But now I cast that finer sense And sorer shame aside; Such dread of sin was indolence, Such aim at heaven was pride.
  • sowers The field hears my salutation to the sowers and bows a million heads to me.
  • payware
  • deposals
  • swimming-pool
  • swimming-suit

73 words made from the letters SOWWARE

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