Word:

Spoom

Pronunciation: spŌm
v. i.1.(Naut.) To be driven steadily and swiftly, as before a strong wind; to be driven before the wind without any sail, or with only a part of the sails spread; to scud under bare poles.
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spontaneous generation
spontaneously
spontaneousness
Spontoon
spoo
spoof
spoofing
spooge
Spook
spookily
spooky
Spool
spool file
Spool stand
Spooler
SpoolView
-- Spoom --
Spoon
Spoon bait
Spoon bit
spoon bread
spoon food
Spoon net
Spoon oar
Spoon-billed
Spoon-meat
Spoonbill
spoonbill catfish
Spoonbilled widgeon
Spoondrift
spoonerism
Spooney
spoonfeed
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