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- force Nature's strongest force Will always take it's course – Call It Love by crystal bernard
- suffice Nothing else will suffice Pay the price – Descendents by descendents
- suffuse Whether the absence of the imaginative warmth and vigor which suffuse a work of art with the glow of something that can not be fully expressed, and kindle the thoughts of the hearer to take hitherto unknown flights, is fully compensated for by that repose and symmetry of style which know exactly what it wishes to express, and, being perfect master of the means of expression, puts forth an exact measure of effort and then stops as if shut down by an iron wall-this is an open question, and must be answered according to one's art theories.
- suffused Indeed, a strange sensation of tenderness suffused him as he walked by her side to the door, supporting her a little with his hand.
- suppose "You are old," said the youth, "one would hardly suppose That your eye was as steady as every; Yet you balanced an eel on the tend of your nose -- What made you so awfully clever?" – You Are Old Father William by Lewis Carroll
- surface You cannot tell, by lookin' at the surface, What is lurkin' there beneath it! See that face! Now, I'm prepared to bet you, – Facade by Unknown Author
- Sufism Sufism, in some form or another, could not possibly be confined to Asia.
- sores He gave up his garden to the growth of vegetables for the poor, and kept an ungrateful leper whose sores he dressed with his own hands.
- saviors If there be any right better founded and stronger than that of conquest, such right belongs unquestionably to the saviors of Rome.
- safes The burglar-proof safes have to be watched to keep burglars away from them.
- suitors She was so gentle in her speech and so winning in her manner that the king forgot his vexation and busied himself with seeking suitors for his younger daughters.
- suffuses She had that dark warmth of complexion which suffuses, and her hazel eyes were soft and velvety.
- savors To us it savors sorrowfully of that which one of your prophets foreshadowed, 'Despair, baying as the poet heard her, in the ruins of old Rome'."
- succors In this document Arista declared that our fort was surrounded by forces adequate to its capture, while a numerous division, encamped in the neighborhood, was able to keep off all succors that might be expected.