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Correct spellings for SPEEKERS
- speakeasy The stranger who met him in a speakeasy and drugged his drink took good care that he would not have a convincing one to tell.
- speaker The speaker glanced at them, and then added hastily to me,- "Do you know him?"
- specks Mrs. Dennison was standing in the middle of the room, white with rage, and with specks of foam on her lips.
- spikes The sun shone with a fine white frosty brilliance in the north-east; some of these spikes and figures of ice reflected the radiance in several colours.
- speakers The speakers were in a dip of the trail just ahead of her, and the voice of the first she recognized as belonging to the man Boone.
- specters They affirmed that "they saw the ghosts of several departed persons," and they did "discourse with the specters as with real persons."
- seekers It attracted a good deal of attention, and a number of curiosity seekers were beginning to trail behind us.
- speaks And yet, when she speaks to me like that!
- spellers Two small boys were late at noon and Miss Brown set them all to writing long lists from their spellers as soon as the other children filed out.
- peckers Word-peckers, paper-rats, book-scorpions, Of wit corrupted the unfashion'd sons.
- spokes The two on the lounge were asleep; the other was playing with the spokes of Bess's wheel.
- sneakers It has been estimated that in the trunks of returning vacationists, taking this section of the country as a whole, the following articles will be pulled out during the next few weeks: Sneakers, full of sand.
- speeders Clay brought Beulah to a halt a dozen yards directly to the rear of the stalled car, the great bulk of the patrol vehicle with its warning lights serving as a shield against any possible fuzzy-headed speeders that might not be observing the road.