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Correct spellings for SURRISE

  • am ambitious
  • am antsy
  • cerise I could have talked for an hour after I had met Cerise, if I had not been interrupted: as it was, I cut the matter short."
  • curries The Sinclairs and the Bromptons and the Curries are to dine here tonight.
  • droop over
  • drops like hot potato
  • Hurries A rain cloud sweeping along the distant hills has hidden them from sight, and the rack hurries overhead driven before the stormy wind.
  • ideating
  • identicals
  • inter laced
  • saris A week-end visit to the Metropolis for a round of shopping was a common habit of the ladies of Muktiarbad, with its handy train service; and if it added considerably to the cost of living, what would you, when the bazaar sold only Manchester goods in bales, and saris for feminine apparel?
  • scurries As he rolls in over the gunwale a heavy splash is heard, and some cumbrous body scurries from the slimy bank into the water, whilst at the same moment the foremost hound, a magnificent creature, as big and as lithe as a panther, springs boldly after the receding boat.
  • series It would be, in his opinion, a series of perfect days.
  • sucrose During storage some apples appear to undergo further ripening, resulting in partial inversion of the sucrose, and there is a slight loss of weight, due to the formation of carbon dioxide.
  • sunrise This was soon after sunrise on the 12th of April, when our fleet was standing to the northward, about five leagues north-west of Prince Rupert's Bay, with a light breeze.
  • surmise In a great many instances there does not seem to be any plausible explanation for an outbreak of the disease and one can only surmise as to its origin.
  • surprise He stared at her in surprise.
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