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  • curry Miss Wade, will you take Bombay ducks with your curry?
  • cursory Morrow made it a point to visit and investigate the little shop at an hour when he knew Brunell would not be there, and found in the cursory examination possible at that time that its purpose seemed to be strictly legitimate.
  • gory With a sweeping gesture he gave them to understand what manner of man he was, one who had no fatherland of his own, but carried his gory dream of fraternity hither and thither regardless of frontiers.
  • juror If so, such juror bribed and the defendant who bribed him shall each pay ten times the amount of the bribe to the plaintiff and be imprisoned not more than six months without release on bail or surety.
  • scurry I'll never forget the luik o' the man whan first I saw him, nor the hurry an' the scurry, the rinnin' here, an' the routin' there,'at there was whan the face o' 'm came in at the gett!
  • slurry Upon impact the E61 would detonate releasing an aerosol of its anthrax spore laden slurry into the air of its target area.
  • sorry "Very sorry, I'm sure.
  • sugar Each, after his breakfast of coffee and sugar, took his own course into the woods, while I had my accustomed ill luck of seeing no game.
  • sugary Bulb five or six inches in diameter, nearly spherical, sometimes flattened, and usually very smooth and symmetrical; skin yellow, the upper surface of a bright purple; flesh yellow, firm, and sugary; leaves large.
  • surge White foam'd the surge around her!
  • surgery He was trying to imagine the cousin of an Emperor riding a bicycle along a country road, staggering into his surgery at midnight, covered with dust, inarticulate, pointing only to the wounds beneath his cheap clothes!
  • surrey "I want to speak to you, Mr. Turnbull," she said, "about that place down in Surrey.
  • surer "You are surer with the gun than I am.