What is the correct spelling for SWEAQR?
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Correct spellings for SWEAQR
- scare You don't mean to say the scare has reached this place, too?"
- scary But the rattles do make a big scary noise.
- secure This condition could secure it, and this alone.
- sewage If the agriculture of China is so perfect; if the sewage is utilised; if every man has his plot; if the population cannot possibly become too great, why on earth are the Chinese labourers so anxious to get to America or Australia, and to take the white man's wages?
- sewerage It is necessary, of course, to have an ample water supply, to maintain sanitary conditions through sewerage of some description, to provide a method of heating the home during cold weather and to provide storage facilities for food during the dormant season.
- square Doesn't that make it square ?"
- sugary Pledge her now a cup to the snatching of the veil, and bethink you of a fitting verse, a seemly compliment,-something sugary .
- swag Our pilgrimage was a painful one; my swag was heavy, and the straps galled my unaccustomed shoulders.
- swagger They all wore braces, and though they tried to swagger a little in imitation of the English seaman's roll, they had in appearance a very slight similarity to their intended originals.
- swear "Swear it in your heart!
- swearer I will go on then; and though I hold it a sufficient thing to abstain from ill-natured remarks, yet I propose to use a remedy, which I am told was employed by a great swearer , who repenting of his bad habit, made it a practice to pinch his arm, or kiss the ground as penance, whenever an oath escaped him; but he continued to swear for all that.
- swig I've took to the brandy swig myself.
- sacra 18th, and still more particularly, consult Selecta Sacra Braunii, a work formerly referred to.
- swags I shall never forget my wolfish sensations as we flung down our swags at Stopforth and Bowman's eating-house and called for breakfast.