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Correct spellings for SUDON
- don "You appear to me to be perfectly awake, Don Luis; nor do I wish you on any account to believe otherwise.
- sadden At the distance their joy did not sadden him,-he marvelled why; and thus, in musing revcry, thought to explain the why to himself.
- scion The scion of the Wintermill family sat next to Anne and there was nothing in his manner to indicate that he had resigned himself to defeat in the lists.
- sedan He arrived there just in time to meet the long gray sedan as it drove up.
- seton Pretty name, Helen Seton.
- siding Her influence over her uncle had never yet failed, and she was firm in the conviction she could gain him to her side, since he had everything to win and nothing to lose by siding against Gale, whom he disliked and distrusted, anyway.
- sodden But in the street I plunged in an atmosphere of sodden heat and refused to obey the instinct that usually leads me to walk whenever I am not pressed for time.
- son What would you, my son?
- soon "I'm coming back some day soon.
- stone Through another door they went, and came upon stone steps.
- stony "No," he said, with a stony calmness.
- stun She passed from him-passed away from the flowers and the starlight; and when Graham,-recovering from the stun of her crushing words, and with the haughty mien and stop of the man who goes forth from the ruin of his hopes, leaning for support upon his pride,-when Graham re-entered the room, all the guests had departed save only Alain, who was still exchanging whispered words with Valerie.
- sudden Then a sudden fear came upon me.
- suds So he mixed the foaming suds and dabbled in them up to his elbows, and when his sister witnessed the general frolic into which his leadership suddenly transformed the dishwashing she no longer objected.
- summon Barbara read her letter through once and a second time; then, without a word to Fontelles, aye, not so much as bidding him be seated, she called a servant and sent him to the inn to summon Carford to her.
- sun Henley looked at the sun and then at his watch.
- sundown So Little Sweep flung down her broom, although it was but two o'clock in the afternoon and she had yet to work until sundown, unless she wished a beating.
- Sutton I told him Mr. Sutton had chartered me, and that I had belonged to Mr. James Grandy, but had bought myself.
- Stan Would Stan ever have offered that for her?
- Steno He pulled a little steno pad out of his pocket and started jotting down a note to himself.