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  • acth
  • goth "Nothing for myself," answered the Goth , smiling.
  • kith "And so, sir, don't you see, I must be what they-all, my kith and kin, couldn't be?
  • sac "I am proud to make your acquaintance, M. de Marsac," said I, offering my band.
  • sack 12,665. Did you get another sack from Mr. Adie at the same time?
  • sc I've half a mind to chuck my D.Sc.
  • scar Something that would scar your heart and your soul.
  • scat "And mind 'ee, don't go off the road, sur," shouted Maggot, a few seconds after the young man had left him, "if 'ee don't want to fall down a shaft and scat your skull."
  • scot Here, there is a glove left on the line by the editor of "Murray's Guide," to be picked up by some Scot or Irishman; I have not time just now.
  • scotch It is sometimes called Scotch wool too.
  • scott General Scott will be at liberty in a few minutes, and Crawford must see him."
  • scow In the head scow only the boss and the three women remained awake.
  • scuba The speedboat was there, and so was the Scuba cart, but the rowboat wasn't.
  • scud "Papa's unfortunate barometer will prove correct, I fear," said Miss St. John, following them out on the piazza, for a thin scud was already veiling the stars, and there was an ominous moan of the wind.
  • scuff Yet in the midst of her excitement and haste, she stepped carefully on the tips of her shoes so that she would not scuff them.
  • scull 29 Reft was his scull of hair, and no fresh bloom Of chearful mirth sate on his visage hoar: Sometimes he rais'd his head, while deep-drawn groans 115 Were mixt with words that did his fate deplore.
  • scum Mix well, then take off the surface scum .
  • scurf The house on the beach had been posted where it stood, one supposes, for the sake of the sea-view, from which it turned right about to face the town across a patch of grass and salt scurf , looking like a square and scornful corporal engaged in the perpetual review of an awkward squad of recruits.
  • scythe A young wife, with an infant on her arm, had brought her husband his midday meal, and he had flung down his scythe to kiss her under the trees.
  • sec Distance from Chicago 100 miles, and from Saint Louis 230. The territory embraced within the corporated limits, is Sec .
  • sect He could well understand some new upstart sect being persecuted, but not the old Religion.
  • seethe They seethe with admiration for Captain Kettle's amazing manoeuvres, while the shipping offices are papered with lists of those who are too indolent or too forgetful to claim their service medals from the Government.
  • seth The sudden report of a revolver would cause that cottage door to fly open; Seth Woods at work in his cage-like shop across the street would run directly over to see what had happened.
  • sic Did ye ever see sic a change?
  • sick I am sick of the thing, and I don't want any more talk about it."
  • sixth He started the roll-call with the head of the school and the sixth form ...
  • sketch On back wall near door is a rough pencil sketch of a man hanging from a tree.
  • sleuth 111. Wi' his sleuth dog sits in his watch right sure.
  • sloth "Vulgarity is, then, almost always the sign of mental sloth .
  • smith 6891. And you get your supplies now from Mr. Smith ?
  • sock She began to knit on a gray wool sock she found.
  • sooth "Come awa', lassie, come awa'; a' didna ken ye at the moment, but a' heard ye hed been veesitin' in the sooth .
  • soothe For him whom they all loved-whose last hours they were were to soothe .
  • south Down south , is it?
  • squat They were square and squat , as destitute, most of them, of paint as they were of any attempt at adornment; and in hot weather the newer ones were permeated with a pungent, resinous smell.
  • succor Again came the prompt succor of the Indian.
  • such Why, I never heard of such a thing!"
  • sucre There we put him to bed, one of the gentlemen recommending a tumbler of eau-sucre as the best medicine we could give him.
  • swath It's a very heavy swath .
  • Quoth "And you will want more pay," quoth Gaston with a sneer.
  • Saith "A fact," saith Spottiswoode, "detested by all honest men, and the gentleman's misfortune severely lamented, for he was a man full of wisdom and courage."
  • Soc See other carols on the Boar's Head, in Songs and Carols, Percy Soc .
  • SGT
  • SUCKS This time of year sucks So I take my numchucks – Davey's Song by Adam Sandler

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