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Correct spellings for SURPRIZEING
- gave new lease life
- most caviling
- Prizing "I felt all I have described; and yet, and yet, I lingered on, prizing too dearly the happiness of the present hour, to risque it by any avowal of sentiments, which might have banished me from your presence for ever.
- Satirizing Arrived at Mourzuk at about 4 P.M. I here thought of a squib which had been published in a rival paper at Malta, representing me as "The Consul of the Blacks at Mourzuk" in allusion to and satirizing my anti-slavery propensities.
- snarling up
- springing Strictly speaking, it was not a lamp, but only a gorgeous lamp-stand, with one perpendicular shaft, and six branches, three springing, one above another, from each side of the shaft, and all curving up to the same height.
- Sprucing After breakfast, as Bart was sprucing up the room, and Frank was vainly trying to prepare himself for the first recitation, but simply sat staring in a bewildered way at the book he held, the former said: You don't know what a slick trick you did last night, Merriwell!
- summarizing 6. Use a summarizing word, in general, to collect the parts of a long complex sentence.
- Suppressing Far more often we find the ruler occupied in suppressing the wise man and his wisdom.
- surpassing This was surpassing the almost forgotten Richard Wagner.
- surprise Marjorie cried out in surprise.
- surprised Won't she be surprised?
- surprises His grandfather had been the King, he the Heir Apparent, of a kingdom full of infinite delights and happy surprises to an imaginative and highly-strung little boy.
- surprising By way of reply, Helen did the most surprising thing.
- surprisingly Inasmuch as Lyon, before it welcomed the art of printing, had established some reputation for the manufacture of playing-cards, the number of rude and badly cut illustrations is indeed surprisingly large.
- uprising No page of history is more crowded with thrilling interest than that which records the uprising of the Hungarians, in 1848-49, in a gallant attempt to recover their constitutional rights.