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  • sprites Half-an-hour after breakfast he was in the billiard-room; he never quitted it until he dressed for dinner; and he generally contrived, while the world were amused or amusing themselves at the comedy or in the dance, to steal down with some congenial sprites to the magical and illumined chamber, and use his cue until bedtime.
  • spurious This notion or mystical hope took increasing root during the fifteenth century, and is to be found in many respects embodied in the spurious constitutions mentioned, which bore respectively the names of the Emperors Sigismund and Friedrich.
  • surprise Imagine my surprise When I raised my eyes – And There He Was by Unknown Author
  • Prices
  • Spices Huches were needed also for silver and gold state dishes, and the spices, preserved fruits and other luxuries needed for state feasts.
  • spruces Grass and box cling to all the slopes; pines and spruces shoot upward wherever they have won footholds.
  • sprees And to Billy Goat, who sometimes sang in the choir of a church not a hundred miles away-for people agreed to forget his occasional sprees-there came, he knew not why, the words of a hymn he had sung only the preceding Sunday: "As pants the hart for cooling streams, When heated in the chase-" The words kept ringing in his ears as he listened to the conversation inside the room-the partition was thin, the door thinner, and he heard much.
  • surprises "This world is full of surprises," thought the Monkey.
  • prizes They who produced the best were to obtain the prizes.
  • sunrises Sunrises are very trying.
  • surplices While it dropped a shaft of light tore through it and smote flashing on the vane high above Taffy's head, turning the dark side of the turrets to purple and casting lilac shadows on the surplices of the choir.
  • SPIRES To be sure, its cathedral, by reason of its open situation and the charming quality and effect produced by its spires and its one hundred and thirty windows of coloured glass, at once places it at the very head amongst the great "show pieces" of France; but it is in connection with Le Mans, scarcely eighty miles away and so little known, that it ought really to be studied and considered; which as a matter of fact it seldom is.
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  • confitures
  • conflagrated
  • de-ducting
  • pastings