“The title sped about; it was repeated, commented on.”
“We see the weeping of the 7 million who lined the tracks as the train sped past.”
“Like every other night, I sped from the sea to drift along the road that winds its way beyond the Baptism Pool and the Reservoir high into the hills behind the town.”
“The train sped up on a slight decline and June curled her arm around her siblings, spooning them tightly.”
“Our insta-friend peeled off, and Frida -- the Westfalia van that accompanies us everywhere during our months of Mexico and whose hero is the art maven Frida Kahlo - tooted an appreciative adios as we sped from the cobblestones to the pavement leading south.”
“This presidential race was no contest: John McCain sped to the finish while Barack Obama was reluctant to leave the starting point.”
“Three days after the meeting I called the sped director.”
“Drop the catalogues in the can before the mail deliverer has sped from the mailbox.”
“The word sped like magic through the crowd, breaking the tension.”
“Her name sped from his lips as he reached the top step.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘sped’.
I marvel at the amazing variety of four-letter words in the English language. And that's not even counting really common (to me) words like fuck.
This list was generated by first taking a letter from the alphabet, or any of the initial cluster set of phonesthemes compiled by the ingenious Benjamin Shisler) and then sticking one of the suffix...
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