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- sapient An s, in the begynnynge of a worde hath his full sounde, as dothe wyse wylde appere by these wordes folowyng, sage, sauuage, sapient, etc. but in the myddes beynge eyther before a consonant or a uowell, shall be sounded I sayde I dyd I brake I holde peace.
- seeping It is thought by some scientists that volcanoes may be started by the water in the ocean seeping down through cracks to hot interior parts of the world where even the stone is melted; then the water, turning to steam, pushes its way up to the surface, forcing dust and stone ahead of it, and making a passage up for the melted stone, or lava.
- seine Alexander determined that the right bank of the Seine should be occupied by the Allied troops, and the left bank by the French; but it was observed that this arrangement would be attended with inconvenience, as it would cut Paris in two, and it was agreed that the line should turn Paris.
- senna Reaching Senna late last night, I heard of the affair, knew it must be you, and determined to send poor Mason on to sign articles, and guided by Masheesh to go to your help.
- sepia It was painted in sepia on the back of one of Dulcie's school drawings, sacrificed for the purpose.
- sopping Over and over again, as they rushed on, the bows were within an ace of diving into some wave, and the keel must often have shown, but by a dexterous turn of the tiller Kenneth avoided the danger just at the nick of time, and nothing worse happened than the leaping in of some spray, Scood silently sopping the gathering water with a large sponge, which he kept on wringing over the side.
- spain A war with Spain was a war of plunder.
- span "Now Oom Jacob had a beautiful span of black oxen that he loved like children.
- spend My day is broke up now, an' I'll spend the rest of it lookin around a bit."
- spent I don't know why they've spent the winter here.
- spin Omphale set him to spin with a spindle as the women did.
- spinal He had a horrible sensation in his spinal column.
- spine Small, icy fingers were working up and down Trigger's spine.
- spiny The ribs are longer, and the whole plant stronger and generally more spiny; though, on the whole, comparatively smooth.
- spurn He'll despise my methods and he'll spurn my money, but he'll have to love me.
- superfine 1 4 0 To Three Superfine Holland Shirts, with Cambric Bosoms, Complete................
- supernal Her accuracy in reading facts, secret and transpiring at a distance, was possibly, on many occasions, so far beyond what common experience or science was able to impute to either luck or skill at guessing, that few, if any, could avoid the conclusion that she was receiving supernal aid.
- Penna For Registers, address the Rev. JOHN M. LEAVITT, D. D., President, Bethlehem, Penna.
- Sapping Concurrently with this drain of the 5-franc pieces, the reserve of silver coins of less value began to be seriously affected by the sapping influence.
- Sipping The old man went to the cellar and brought up a great mug of beer, and they filled their pipes and sat smoking and sipping the beer stolidly.
- Spewing 2:15 Woe unto him that giveth his neighbour drink, that puttest thy bottle to him, and makest him drunken also, that thou mayest look on their nakedness! 2:16 Thou art filled with shame for glory: drink thou also, and let thy foreskin be uncovered: the cup of the LORD's right hand shall be turned unto thee, and shameful spewing shall be on thy glory.
- spins These contrivances being hung from the roof swing freely, and the special excitement is to hold on with both hands, and run round so that the hammock twists into a knot and spins when released, with the baby inside it, in a giddy waltz till the coil untwists itself.
- PENA In the meanwhile Dona Paula talked to Don Rufo about her heart complaint; Cosio took pride in describing to Pena and Pablito all the grandeur and luxury of the Castle of Bourges, where the duke had his famous picture gallery.