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Correct spellings for SWORES

  • scores
  • stores Her hand cast it amongst the stores!
  • wares A newspaper boy some way off is calling his wares.
  • wires You see, the man is down and out; though Mr. Ledgard always declared he had any amount of mysterious wires to pull.
  • Stories The other midshipmen, telling stories or staring out over the water, paid little heed.
  • Swore I confess I swore to myself a bit softly when I heard Prissy fly out like that.
  • Spores Between these, and continuing downward level by level, was spread an infinity of tiny specks, seed-shapes, spores.
  • sires Sons succeed sires as we pass into trade.
  • snares The Kingdom of Heaven O World that holds me by the wings, How shall my soul escape your snares?
  • swarms This was two years and a half after the commencement of the mosquito campaign, and the officers of the ship congratulated themselves upon the absence of the swarms of mosquitoes which formerly attacked them at night on their vessel.
  • sores The traveller had travelled far, and his feet were footsore, and his ankles chafed and bleeding; his great shoes, stuffed with leaves and grass, had been heavy to drag over the many long leagues, and his clothes were chafed into holes, as he himself was into sores.
  • swipes You may tell me, as if I were Mr. Swipes, who says that he never lost his temper in his life, because he is always right, and other people wrong."
  • scares It makes such a fearful bubbling sometimes that it scares all the fish away, so that, while there are fish in plenty in the other lakes, there is none in this.
  • swirls But in general the steep plunges, the white swirls, green and tawny pools, the gliding hush of waters between the meadows and the mesas afford little fishing and few flowers.
  • swords "Your Majesty," Captain Barker began, his voice trembling slightly, "we have come to offer you, and to beg that you will accept, our swords and our service."
  • swerves As I came I learnt, past question, that Bavaria Swerves on the very pivot of desertion.
  • stares My poor love stares at me in the starlight.
  • shores The shores of the lagoon-like channel within the barrier-reef at Vanikoro have a similar structure.
  • snores Two hours later Sir Langham's snores grievously disturbed the occupants of adjacent cabins.
  • swoops Her heart a shoot the chutes for sheer swoops of joy, her eyes full of confetti points, the surf creaming no higher than her vitality.
  • SABRES The Tiger was, in fact, ordering the shooting squad, when through the open door glittering helmets and excited French and clanking sabres flooded the room.
  • SPARES A friend is a friend in the "Hills," and rare is the man who spares his enemy.
  • SPIRES What the press meant to say was that the wealthy section of the city within the shadow of St. Patrick's twin white spires and north of Fifty-ninth Street was as empty and silent as an abandoned gold-mine.
  • whores This anecdote, which had no other foundation than in Banter's own invention, afforded a good deal of mirth to everybody present, and provoked Mr. Medlar beyond all sufferance; so that he started up in a mighty passion, and, forgetting that his mouth was full, bespattered those who sat next to him, while he discharged his indignation in a volley of oaths, and called Banter insignificant puppy, impertinent jackanapes, and a hundred such appellations; telling the company he had invented these false and malicious aspersions, because he would not lend him money to squander away upon rooks and whores.
  • scorers
  • Swedes
  • swearers
  • sowers
  • swards
  • storeys
  • accepting a loans
  • am an adjunct of
  • am anxious
  • am apathetic
  • am applicable to
  • am apposite
  • am at fault
  • am attached
  • am down in mouth
  • are sensible of
  • art open
  • art operation
  • cock a doodle doo
  • cracked whip
  • de barred
  • deporting oneself
  • deposals
  • didst one's utmost
  • didst one's volition
  • dis infections
  • dis-enchants
  • dis-encumber
  • dis-figured
  • dis-please
  • dis-praising
  • held sway over
  • hotelkeepers
  • in-temperate
  • inter folded
  • inter folding
  • man or woman of learning
  • more euphoric
  • un shut
  • best girl
  • owner's-manual
  • pleasant receptions
  • radio range stations
  • radio telegraphies
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