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Correct spellings for SYSTHEM

  • anthem Every improvement that the world has seen was greeted at its birth by a chorus of select voices sounding the familiar anthem , "The old is better"; and the generation of those, who, in the sturdy phrase of King James's revisers, "give liking unto nothing but what is framed by themselves, and hammered on their anvil," will be always with us.
  • asthma I have suffered a great deal from asthma lately.
  • esteem I esteem you all the more highly since I find that you acknowledge a man to be only complete on horseback.
  • esther Esther never did that.
  • isotherm The southern limit of its distribution approximates the isotherm of forty-five degrees.
  • sachem A wise old sachem , hideously painted, drew a line on the ground at thirty feet, facing the central fire, and with a bony finger picked out a certain number of warriors.
  • scythe If the peasant has no land, horse, water or scythe ; if the bootmaker is without a house, water, or awl, then that means that some one has driven him from the ground, or taken it from him, and has cheated him out of his scythe , cart, horse, or awl; but it does not in any way mean that there can be country labourers without scythe s or bootmakers without tools.
  • seem "None of these things seem to me to matter," she said.
  • seethe He let her hand fall from between his, and a curiously heavy look came slowly into his face as the jealous anger within him began to seethe .
  • sesame The old tie of family was the sesame .
  • seth "Seth may be barking up the wrong tree with me, Ally," she went on.
  • sister And her sister we'll call Wuzzy," continued Peter.
  • slather Ef Mr. Dallas wants to slather his money 'bout so fast that ever' dollar he spends looks to outsiders lak it's ten or twelve, tha's his bus'ness.
  • slither You can slither pine-needles through your fingers as you discuss, too, and it helps you to think.
  • smith James Smith , of Scotland.
  • smother Here they come, in a smother of dust.
  • soothe For a long time he had sat staring while she knelt beside him, crying, murmuring eagerly and tenderly, trying to soothe and to comfort him.
  • southey 37, 119 Southey , Robert, viii.
  • spathe From the spathe a kind of spirit is manufactured, which is fully as strong as our whiskey.
  • steam They heard the scream of the steam -whistle, and the sharp 'ping!
  • stem When I cause one of the pistons to lower, the piston brings the stem down with it.
  • swathe The mowers have begun, and the swathe has fallen before their scythes; there are acres of ground there which we could not touch for weeks; now it is open, and the place is teeming with good food.
  • system I think a cash system would be much better for parties.
  • systemic Orrin's Systemic Arteries: an X-Ray Atlas showing the Systemic Arteries in continuity, and precisely as they exist in situ in the undissected body.
  • systole Wait for the systole , Vernet!
  • theme The old man, having exhausted his theme , sat gazing in silent reverie at the heavens.
  • therm
  • Scythed When Malagrida had retired-"Stubborn madman that you are," muttered the Superior, "you are yet a necessary and useful tool in the hands of those who know how to wield you, though alone you are like a scythed war-chariot, dragged on by wild horses without a guiding hand, carrying havoc and destruction wherever it appears."
  • Them Determined for to find them; She, found them indeed, but it made her heart bleed, For they'd left all their tails behind 'em! It happened one day, as Bo-peep did stray – Little Bo-peep (Mother Goose rhyme) by Unknown Author
  • Soothed
  • Soother "Music," says Burney, "was no longer regarded as a mere soother of affliction, or incitement to hilarity; it could now paint the passions in all their various attitudes; and those tones which said nothing intelligible to the heart began to be thought as; insipid as those of 'sounding brass or tinkling cymbals.
  • Swathed They brought him back to the house, swathed in a mesh of lariats.
  • soothes Where'er he goes he soothes our woes, And, when skill's unavailing And death is near, his words of cheer Support our courage failing.
  • systems 3. Describe the river systems of the State.
  • scythes Fetch all the bags an' brooms an' scythes .
  • seethed If the Torah is a sea, he was Leviathan in the sea-with one twist of his tail he swam through ten treatises, with another he mixed together the Talmud and the codes, so that it heaved and splashed and seethed and boiled, just as they say the real sea does-he made my head go round-but "the heart knoweth its own bitterness," and my heart felt no holiday happiness!
  • seethes Around its grimy foundations there seethes a struggling, toiling race of men-not only from morning till night, but throughout the twenty-four hours.
  • swathes The clothes lay in heavy swathes and folds over the miserable bag of bones that had once been a tall man.
  • deplorings
  • dumbfoundments
  • dumdums
  • highwaypersons

67 words made from the letters SYSTHEM