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  • sadat
  • scat
  • staccato First a big, booming voice; then a sharp, staccato-quick voice; thereafter a high-pitched, querulous utterance, nervous and irritable.
  • stack I stack to the boddom o' a whumled boat a haill nicht whan I was but fifeteen.
  • stacked He wants to know where th' cards are stacked an' why he can't holler 'Keno,' an' I'm goin' to find out if I can.
  • stacks Large amounts of bismuth pass out of the stacks of smelters treating other western ores, and while it would not be cheap nor easy to save the bismuth thus lost, it could probably be done in case of necessity.
  • staged In spite of Republican institutions, there is deep down in every Frenchman's heart a respect and awe for official pageants, sumptuously staged and costumed as this one was.
  • stagnate Where there are hills, there is much rain, and the torrents pouring down into the intermediate spaces, seldom find so ready an outlet, as not to stagnate, till they have broken the texture of the ground.
  • start We have a half hour's start.
  • state Doesn't your father take you around the state?
  • statute Paul tells us expressly, that the principle which we have named, lies at the bottom of the statute.
  • stoat "I canna weel gang till Stoat comes hame," answered Malcolm.
  • stockade At the part of the stockade at which they now were standing a ladder, used in some repairing job, still leaned against the high, wooden fence.
  • stocked The cave was already well stocked but he could not guess now how long he must lie hidden there.
  • stockton The Project Gutenberg eBook, A Bicycle of Cathay, by Frank R. Stockton This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
  • stucco The decoration consisted of fluted pilasters, five feet apart from centre to centre, enclosing a plain square surface, in the middle of which there were medallions, also in stucco-work, two feet in diameter.
  • tact He has no manners, no tact, no grace.
  • Staked But the sister had sacrificed everything to the brother; she had staked her all upon his heart; she lived by him only.
  • Strata A sphere composed of uniform material, or of materials arranged in concentric strata, can be shown to attract external bodies as if its mass were concentrated at its centre.
  • STAT
  • staccatos
  • defying danger
  • didst one's bit
  • ill-at-ease
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