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Correct spellings for TSAK

  • ask
  • bask Then he remained long before the warmth that he had kindled; even lying full length upon the soft rug, to bask in the generous heat that permeated and seemed to thaw his stiffened limbs.
  • cask Fortunately a cask of hooks had been saved from the Dutch ship, as also a box of seeds.
  • mask That young lady having dropped the mask, of course Beauchamp made no mystery of the fact that they lived close to each other and had been friends from childhood.
  • osaka Then in Osaka they sing the same idiotic songs.
  • sac Etherington expressed pleasure at the suggestion, and told the chiefs who waited on him that he would back his friends the Chippewas against their Sac opponents.
  • sack I took my leave of him upon the quarter-deck with a bottle of sack, my Lord being just set down to dinner.
  • sag Deserted by his fleet, and reduced to a hand-me-down suit of clothes and a two-year-old plug hat, he wrote a poetic wail addressed to Cleopatra and sent it to the Alexandria papers; then, closing the door and hanging up his pantaloons on a nail so as to reduce the sag in the knees, he blew out the gas and climbed over the high board fence which stands forever between the sombre present and the dark blue, mysterious ultimatum.
  • sake "I must and will, for the sake of his pretty daughter.
  • saki And whether on the streets of knowledge, or in the open courts of love, or in the parks of freedom, or in the cellars and garrets of thought and devotion, the only saki that would give me a drink without the asking was he who called himself Patience....
  • soak Robbed o' what, y' soak?
  • stack He even put himself behind a stack of wood that lay piled up in his corner, like one who does not despise, in a sudden emergency, an artificial protection.
  • stag "I think if you found yourself riding along this strath some night about eight or nine o'clock, knowing that away up among the hills you had left a stag of ten or twelve points to be sent for and brought down the next morning-then I think you wouldn't be reflecting on the discomforts you had gone through, or, if you did, it would be with pride.
  • stake Then- "Say, what's your stake?"
  • stark And for one stark, insane second, I felt that, after all, you had got the way out and that was why the world hated you.
  • steak Right now Pop and Ma would be sitting down to Ma's special steak and onions.
  • tack She usually rode the three miles on her bicycle, but she had met a tack on the road the day before, and must now wait a day or two till the injured tire could be mended.
  • tag "Guten Tag," he said, nodding to them; and "Guten Tag," replied the children, as they had learnt to do by this time to everybody they met.
  • take
  • talk
  • tank
  • task
  • tax
  • teak
  • tick
  • track
  • trek
  • tuck
  • turk
  • tusk
  • tweak
  • Took
  • teaks
  • tasks
  • TASS
  • TS
  • TSP
  • SK
  • SKA
  • TEAS
  • SASK
  • airheadedness
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