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Correct spellings for SPOAKEN

  • bespoken If he cannot be said to have effectually restored learning, at least he laboured with so much earnestness at the task that he may be said to have bespoken an ultimate though delayed success.
  • soaking His arms were soaking wet up to the elbows; his legs were in a like condition from the knee downward.
  • spain Hardly was the advance begun, when news was received that peace between Spain and Portugal had been signed.
  • span It is a lonely arch, of the same form with all the rest, having a span of fourteen feet.
  • spawn The whale brings forth its young alive; while most fishes lay eggs or spawn.
  • speak When she was here to-day, she would not speak to me.
  • speaker Mr. Oppner wrinkled up his eyes and scrutinised the speaker with a blank astonishment.
  • speaking No one was speaking.
  • spike From the centre of the table rises a tall spike, apparently of iron, to which is attached a horizontal arm, bearing a lighted lantern.
  • spock
  • spokane From its point of junction with the Spokane, the Columbia makes a big bend in its course until the Snake River is reached, when it turns once more westward, and flows on to empty into the Pacific Ocean.
  • spoke I told you I spoke to her.
  • spoken Carlin had spoken again!
  • sponge When Mr. Sponge found himself in good quarters, no hint however strong, no looks however cold, no manner however unpleasant, would move him, until he had provided himself with others to his liking.
  • spoon Lilly's spoon dropped from her fingers.
  • Spake And as he spake he came upon him, and smote him from his saddle to the ground, and so passed on to other knights.
  • sparking Driving around is all right for-for young couples that are sparking, and even for fresh-married ones, but there comes a time when all sensible folks ought to settle down to the-the enjoyment of home life."
  • spooked
  • spooking
  • spokes
  • co-ached
  • de-codes

214 words made from the letters SPOAKEN

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