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Correct spellings for SUPPRIES
- am apposite
- cock a doodle doo
- man or woman of learning
- more daedal
- most caviling
- SPARES Markelov spares us both, gives us the opportunity of being happy, does not part us...
- SPIRES Neat, painted houses on each hand are seen, And tin-clad spires say, "Here Religion's been!"
- Spores This dark color of the gills is due to the dark color of the spores, which are formed in such great numbers on the surface of the gills.
- sprees If young Charlie were here, I'm pretty sure he'd be in for some of their sprees, and laugh at me for wearing my eyes out as I'm doing.
- superiors During this time he asked us what we thought of the muchachas, or girls of the village, whether they would compare with those of our country, and, still sipping his chocolate, made an address to the Indians, telling them that, although they were great in respect to the other Indians, yet in respect to the principal alcaldes they were but small men; and, after much other good advice, he concluded by telling them that they were to execute the laws and obey their superiors.
- suppliers And, by the way, one of the principal uses made of these lines of rails is for the conveyance of the ancient deposits of sabbakh or coufri from district to district-the rich fertiliser to the comparatively barren lands-the old-world traces of civilisation to the new, to parts of Egypt which have been written down for ages as desert, but which are now found to become great suppliers of produce that can be easily consigned to the many markets opening up at home and abroad.
- supplies 6609. And if they want supplies they get them at your shop?
- supposes Are we to form our opinion of things by the romantic notions of a girl, who supposes that to be the greatest which is the slightest of evils?
- suppress "I have had, sir, from my earliest remembrance, to suppress a deadly and bitter hatred.
- surprise "Mr. Hudsley, you surprise me!
- surprises I always have thought of you, and I always think and say, that you are truthful and candid in a supreme degree, and therefore it is not your candour about Wordsworth which surprises me.
- with ones nose in air
- with ones nose in the air