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Correct spellings for SVEHCLES

  • sophocles Both in Aeschylus and in Sophocles the light and the gloom cast over the human story are not of this world.
  • Scales But until those scales be lifted it is sufficient to announce the joyful tidings that "Odger is coming."
  • cycles Most popular of all perhaps, on the principle that in novels the flock "likes the savour of fresh grass," seem to have been the pure romans d'aventures-quite unconnected or nearly so with each other or with any of the larger cycles.
  • sequels The Comte de Chabannes was even more upset at seeing the Duc de Guise and Madame de Montpensier together than was her husband, it seemed to him a most evil chance which had brought the two of them together again, an augury which foretold disturbing sequels to follow this new beginning.
  • circles It is found usually in circles, or in the arc of a circle, though few scattered plants not arranged in this way often occur.
  • sickles The hills had already fallen away, and they ran along through a cheerful country, with tracts of forest under white clouds blowing about in a blue sky, and gayly flinging their shadows down upon the brown ploughed land, and upon the yellow oat-fields, where women were cutting the leisurely harvest with sickles, and where once a great girl with swarthy bare arms unbent herself from her toil, and rose, a statue of rude vigor and beauty, to watch them go by.
  • scuffles These pictures caused much laughter and often occasional harmless scuffles between Ulrich and Sanchez, for the latter liked to lay hands on these portraits and turn them into hideous caricatures.
  • suckles The smell of the varnish was stronger than that of the clover-blossoms, or the roses or honey-suckles outside in the fields and gardens, and about the piazzas.
  • speckles
  • gastronomers
  • heavyduty
  • horseplayed
  • hypo-critical
  • out-live
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