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  • customs I long to learn of strange folk and different customs."
  • stem They had bet the ranch on the stem cell research at Gerex.
  • stomp He got your brothers to help him stomp on you."
  • stops My love will die only with me-when my poor heart stops beating.
  • storm "I suppose we must stay here, now, till the storm is over," she sighed, when she met Manley at dinner.
  • stormy She had let it go at that at the time, although she wondered that a business call should have been so stormy.
  • tums Then outside, in the distance at first you understand, you begin to work up the sound of the advancing mob-rattles, shouts, tum-tums, groans, tin plates and all that one mortal man can do with hands, feet and mouth.
  • Tomas His eldest son, Tomas, was now twelve years old, and able to help him in the care of the garden.
  • SIMS Sims was working at his trade, but was not making more than a bare living.
  • stows He grins and stows it away the kale.
  • sums 6076. I see from your pass-book that you have got a number of sums of cash paid to you.
  • storms When wind and storms come, the temperature quickly rises.
  • stamps He recognised the bold black handwriting, the large square envelopes, the blue Indian stamps.
  • atoms The atoms are borne through space, either by their own weight, or by contact with one another, with a rapidity of motion far beyond that of any visible bodies.
  • stems Walking beneath them, you see between their stems part of some slow-sailing cloud or glimpses of the distant plain; as you descend, the gardens, village, and river near below.
  • tomes Under his arm he carried several tomes and pamphlets; and so, bowing first to one financier, then to the other, he stood there on the threshold, awaiting his masters' pleasure.
  • TAMS It will be full of other Jocks and Andrews and Tams, on their way back to France, like him, and he will nod to some he knows as he settles down in the carriage.
  • TOMS Incantations of the most extravagant character are the principal means used by the priests, who are also called doctors, and who pretend to relieve sickness and pain by barbarous means, such as hideous dances, beating of tom-toms, blowing of horns, wearing hideous masks, and other devices.
  • SODS It rose abruptly from the prairie, without sheltering tree or fence or garden; but near it there was a pile of straw and two shapeless structures, which seemed to be composed of soil or sods.
  • SOTS I will tell your maid what food to buy for me every day, and she shall have six sots a week for her pains."
  • SITCOMS
  • STOMPS The others just stomps,' he thought.
  • steams 4. Stir in the milk and heat it until it steams, but do not boil it.
  • stymies I believe it is the law that there are no stymies in a three-ball match.
  • strums She strums to me of evenin's.
  • dissuadable
  • afroamericans
  • demystifications
  • denatures
  • devilings
  • devilishment
  • girl-friday
  • in-grains
  • inter-courses
  • inter-crossed
  • inter-playing
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