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Correct spellings for SPEAN

  • aspen The bark of the aspen, and of the large willow poles, looks as if cut with the point of a knife, the cut having widened and healed with a rough scar.
  • paean Hippocrates had got half through the army with his exhortation, when the Boeotians, after a few more hasty words from Pagondas, struck up the paean, and came against them from the hill; the Athenians advancing to meet them, and closing at a run.
  • pan The boat was then unloaded of its cargo of wood and barrels of tar, which were placed under and upon the scaffold, he being surrounded by faggots, and a pan of sulphur placed beneath him.
  • peen "That man hass peen det a hundert years," said Morgan.
  • pen But the boy Hod had picked up the ball-point pen Gail had needed to show Zani the use of.
  • penn "There's an old lady in Wardour Street who used to know Mrs. Penn," she said; "a Mrs. Beaton.
  • peon However, they looked affairs manfully in the face, sold their animals, bought a couple of plows and draught bullocks, hired a peon or two, and set to work with a will.
  • sedan The door of the sedan-chair was opened, and a female form was led forward.
  • seen 1967. You have seen that done?
  • sen So on the last day of the Old Year the Japanese who is behind in his payments looks among his belongings for something to sell, and carries it to the market in order that he may gain a few sen to settle with his creditor.
  • sepal
  • sewn We go it sewn The firm art of war is unknown – Affirmative Action (International Remix) by Nas
  • spa
  • spain He said it as one might have said, "I am the King of Spain."
  • span Her days of bodily life were numbered; of mental life there remained to her a still shorter span.
  • spank He gwine ter fix de house up spank new, fum top ter bottom, en git de ol' 'fo'-de-wah style back ergin.
  • spar He has indeed follow'd his original pretty close, and taken in several little incidents that might have been spar'd in a Play.
  • spawn But these vagrant questions were the spawn of a colorless spirit of social expediency which fastens itself on weak natures, and in Claire's case they died still-born.
  • spay
  • speak
  • spear
  • spend
  • spent
  • spew
  • spin
  • spine
  • spiny
  • spleen
  • spoon
  • sprain
  • spurn Hide, then, from careless hearts thy sad but precious store, And if life's struggle should thy thoughts beguile, Quicken the pulse, and tempt the cheerful smile, Should worldly shadows cross that form unseen, And duty claim a place where grief hath been, Spurn not the balm by toil o'er suffering shed, Nor fear to be disloyal to the dead.
  • Sean
  • Spun
  • San
  • spans
  • PENA
  • co-ached
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