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Correct spellings for SUFICE
- face So let him shun me in disgust Let him flee this cursed face If I must hide from him I must Yet shall he be my saving grace – The Phantom Confronts Christine by Unknown Author
- safe "Come-this isn't safe enough, even here.
- sauce The eldest son of the King, who was a Prince, came where we were, and the King told him to sit down near us, which he did; then two dishes were brought, one of fish, with its sauce, and the other of rice, and this was done for us to eat with the Prince.
- service Come, gentlemen, I am at your service."
- size His head was rather small for the size of his body, short and rather round.
- slice They imagine that every kindness, every ordinary courtesy shown them, is merely a bid for a slice of the cake.
- sluice So he crossed the bridge and shut the sluice gate.
- source Yet here, at its source, it's gatherin' trouble for itself.
- spice If he should marry a cold-hearted, selfish woman, with a spice of petty, teasing malice in her nature, she could sit down quietly at his hearth and torture to death this overgrown man, with whole libraries in his brain.
- suffer "How it troubles her to see any one suffer!
- suffice "A wish-that I cannot expect-would suffice to keep me," he replied.
- suffix 42. "One or more letters added to a word is a Suffix."
- suffuse True, he at times felt a return of the old feeling of shame; the blush would occasionally suffuse his face; but such fits were rare, and he was able to carry them off more easily with joke and laughter.
- surface The old, bright look was there on the surface, the ready, laughing speech, but there was also, with it, something that approached a dignified phase, and suggested a new reserve.
- Since You have been very different since.
- Sufism With reference to Omar, FitzGerald had first to decide whether his quatrains were to be interpreted literally, or as the utterances of a mystic Sufism, in which the wine so frequently sung of really meant Deity, and all the sensual images covered a spiritual meaning.
- beating the drum
- de gradation
- de gradations
- earns wings
- most tabulated