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  • sassy He was like a girl by nature, and so "sassy" that we two were never on good terms, and had to fight it out about once every ten days.
  • seats Dinner was served just then, and we took our seats at the table in silence.
  • stagy Every minute or so he would reach forth his hand and give the Italian a couple of staccato pats in the region of his shoulder, pulling back his hand as quickly, and beaming the while with a radiance of stagy friendliness.
  • stairs The girl sprang up in alarm, while Dorris hurriedly ran down stairs and into the yard.
  • stash It was his stash for periods of loss and he monitored what he took according to the dictates of his third of a teaspoon rule for self-rations.
  • stay "You will stay here," said her father.
  • stays He stays in the same cottage on the same farm all his life, his descendants remain and work for the same tenant family.
  • sty He would carry his gun across to the Home Farm, and knock over a rabbit on the way; then spend two hours looking at the Alderney cow, the roof of the pig-sty, and the poultry, and presently stroll across a corner of the wood, and shoot a pheasant.
  • sudsy Seated just within, she could look down upon a narrow causeway, into which the water came tumbling through an aperture in the rocks much like a roughly shaped gothic window, and, having tumbled in, tumbled out again, with much curling and confusion, leaving its angry foam in sudsy heaps along the rocky edges which opposed its farther advance.
  • Stacy Thence leading her to the Hall, I took coach and called my wife and her mayd, and so to the New Exchange, where we bought several things of our pretty Mrs. Dorothy Stacy , a pretty woman, and has the modestest look that ever I saw in my life and manner of speech.
  • Stacey Stacey down there sent it back to me.
  • Staci
  • SITS Say she thought she'd prefer a stroll with me for a change, and if he sits still after that it's odds against Miss Buffkin being Lady Quorn.
  • stars My gaze is among the stars .
  • sets "Look at how still she sets .
  • stabs I always see him and speak to him, and every smallest word and thought and gesture of his returns to my mind, and stabs my heart.
  • sates Each hard-sought dainty that never failed to please, All delicacies, wines, from east, west, north or south, Are plenty here-for Sultan Zizimi drinks wine In its variety, trying to find what never sates .
  • stags Hunters came with their bows and arrows to hunt the stags .
  • says "I believe you," says 'e.
  • strays Although, where'er thy devious current strays , The lap of earth with gold and silver teems, To me thy clear proceeding brighter seems Than golden sands, that charm each shepherd's gaze.
  • STA From the Latin root "sta-" meaning to stand.
  • SOTS We don't mean to intimate that men of genius must necessarily be sots and spendthrifts-we merely speak of the fact that very many of them have been both, and in some instances much worse than both.
  • sitars
  • satay
  • acceptabilities
  • dissuadable
  • allineating

15 words made from the letters STASY