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Correct spellings for SULPRUS
- am apposite
- cock a doodle doo
- cyprus Not to mention the very insufficient accounts which we possess of this constitution, it was only to the oldest settlements of the Phenicians in Cyprus that the monarchy passed, at least it was only in these that it was able to maintain itself.
- gat angry
- gave weight
- gave word of honor
- had one nose grindstone
- inter mediates
- is out line
- leprous The sight of a leprous man, or of a demon-distressed man, moved Him.
- man or woman of learning
- more daedalean
- most emanate
- pursuit of game animal
- slaps Plunge, scoundrel, rogue, monster-for such I take thee to be-plunge, I say, into the mare magnum of their histories; and if thou shalt find that any squire ever said or thought what thou hast said now, I will let thee nail it on my forehead, and give me, over and above, four sound slaps in the face.
- SLOPES Near-by was a great wild meadow, with dense hiding-places on the slopes beyond, where deer were numerous.
- slops As Dickens's humorous characters tend perpetually to run into caricatures and grotesques, so his sentiment, from the same excess, slops over too frequently into "gush," and into a too deliberate and protracted attack upon the pity.
- SPARES If I return without her, he enters the celestial city, and spares not man, or woman, or child."
- sprees He complained much of their sprees and quarrels.
- spruce On clearing a bluff of spruce, around which her course lay, in the full radiance of the moon's high noon, she suddenly beheld a horseman riding towards her, a ghostly figure moving soundlessly over the high grass.
- sulphurous It must be remembered that the transit is rapid, so that there is no irritating sense of wasted time: and that the cars are brilliantly lighted, and, on the whole, well ventilated, so that there is no fog, smoke, or sulphurous air to get on the nerves and strain the temper.