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Correct spellings for SPRASE
- accepted apology
- am apposite
- cock a doodle doo
- concurs with
- cooling off periods
- gat angry
- man or woman of learning
- more vitrified
- praise It would be blame to me, and not praise, if I had.
- prose American intellect has expressed itself in other and wonderful ways, but not in great poetry or prose.
- space I just need to walk around and live in this space a little.
- spare I haven't got your spare time, you know."
- SPARES It is not any sentiment of mercy I feel which spares him, but a duty that appeals to me even more strongly than hate."
- spars The order having been given, the torpedo-spars were lowered, so that each torpedo sank ten feet under water.
- sparse They sat silent, motionless, save for the occasional sparse movement of snuff taking.
- Spores They made a series of observations on the bactericidal action of various salts of mercury, the bichloride, the bibromide, and the bicyanide, on the spores of Bacillus anthracis.
- spray The air was thick with the salt spray; and hot with the sunlight-even on this March morning.
- sprays On one side of the road, where the turf had been cut by the spade in a sharp line, the plant had found a rare opportunity to get space and light and had thrust out such a multitude of bowering sprays, projecting them beyond the turf, as to form a close band or rope of orange-yellow, which divided the white road from the green turf, and at one spot extended unbroken for upwards of a mile.
- spree We were beginning to wish, however, that another war would break out, or that we might return into port and have a spree on shore.
- sprees Look'ee here, matey, said one of his fellow-workers to him, in a transient fit of good-fellowship which the prospect of approaching sprees had engendered in him even towards one whom all on board had felt vaguely to be of a different order, and disliked accordingly, you don't seem to like a jolly merchantman-but, maybe, you wouldn't take more kindly to a man-o'-war.
- spruce Only in the deep forests, by the lonely rivers of the far north, where no human ear ever hears, does he greet the sunrise from the top of some lofty spruce.
- surprise I looked up in surprise at my father's words.