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Correct spellings for YOU'CE

  • bursting bubble
  • deuce But how the deuce was I to know?
  • douse Douse the lights again.
  • force I'll force 'em to take me.
  • house "Bein' in your house," she said, "is like bein' somewheres else.
  • joyce He still didn't know why he and Joyce couldn't have made a go of it.
  • louse When he reached his house he made Ayo louse him.
  • luce With a loud cry Luce summoned to the room both Mr. and Mrs. Middleton, the former of whom on seeing how matters stood, exclaimed, "So ho!
  • mouse One was a bay, the other a strongly-built mouse-coloured pony of about fourteen hands.
  • puce So free from sauce, and sloth, and sin, The best of pages Whatever their ages, Since first that singular fashion came in- Not he like those modern and idle young gluttons With little jackets, so smart and spruce, Of Lincoln green, sky-blue, or puce- A little gold lace you may introduce- Very showy, but as for use, Not worth so many buttons!
  • rouse She tried to rouse herself.
  • Royce I have mentioned it only to Royce, and will mention it to no one else.
  • sauce But now what happens is that I put a dozen apples in a big sauce-pan and let them simmer while I am eating.
  • source It will be readily understood that the second gable may be a source of some confusion to those who are ignorant that there is more than one, and from some points may disguise or altogether conceal the tower.
  • souse It beats the dickens how things break, for if it wasn't for the souse, I'd 'a' croaked long ago."
  • voice "And they tell me your voice will be all right too.
  • yoke The bull which can not be turned out to pasture may sometimes be utilized in the yoke or tread power, or he may be kept a part of his time in a field or paddock chained by the ring in his nose to a strong wire extending from one side of the lot to the other and attached securely to two trees or posts.
  • yore Plum proverdenshul, I draps into my room des as yore paw wus sayin', 'Twenty thousand dollars goin' down to the Fort on the stage to-day?
  • You How do you do, Mr. Wilks?
  • you'd "You'd like to hear from me?...
  • you'll You'll not make it up as soon as you think, young man.
  • you're "Why do you say you're old?
  • You've You've got me, you know."
  • Your "Ah, yes, your mother!
  • Yours After all, she was yours before she was mine."
  • YOUS When, a few minutes later, she rose to go, Lady Cicely held her hands in a clasp that was very comforting to the weary girl, and said gently- I am not going to worry you with more thank-yous; but I want you to come and see me again in a day or two.
  • youth You have the advantage of youth, and you haven't as much to carry as I have.
  • Yuck
  • yule "I'm on my way to the King's Palace to sing him a song this merry Yule morning," answered Robin, hopping down to the ground, and keeping one eye fixed on the bread and butter.