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  1. sacrificev.To make an offering of to deity, especially by presenting on an altar
  2. sacrificialadj.Offering or offered as an atonement for sin
  3. sacrilegen.The act of violating or profaning anything sacred
  4. sacrilegiousadj.Impious
  5. safeguardv.To protect
  6. sagaciousadj.Able to discern and distinguish with wise perception
  7. salaciousadj.Having strong sexual desires
  8. saliencen.The condition of standing out distinctly
  9. salientadj.Standing out prominently
  10. salineadj.Constituting or consisting of salt
  11. salutaryadj.Beneficial
  12. salutationn.Any form of greeting, hailing, or welcome, whether by word or act
  13. salutatoryn.The opening oration at the commencement in American colleges
  14. salvagen.Any act of saving property
  15. salvon.A salute given by firing all the guns, as at the funeral of an officer
  16. sanctimoniousadj.Making an ostentatious display or hypocritical pretense of holiness or piety
  17. sanctionv.To approve authoritatively
  18. sanctityn.Holiness
  19. sanguinaryadj.Bloody
  20. sanguineadj.Having the color of blood
  21. sanguineousadj.Consisting of blood
  22. sapidadj.Affecting the sense of taste
  23. sapiencen.Deep wisdom or knowledge
  24. sapientadj.Possessing wisdom
  25. sapientialadj.Possessing wisdom
  26. saponaceousadj.Having the nature or quality of soap
  27. sarcasmn.Cutting and reproachful language
  28. sarcophagusn.A stone coffin or a chest-like tomb
  29. sardonicadj.Scornfully or bitterly sarcastic
  30. satiatev.To satisfy fully the appetite or desire of
  31. satiren.The employment of sarcasm, irony, or keenness of wit in ridiculing vices
  32. satiricadj.Resembling poetry, in which vice, incapacity ,or corruption is held up to ridicule
  33. satirizev.To treat with sarcasm or derisive wit
  34. satyrn.A very lascivious person
  35. savagen.A wild and uncivilized human being
  36. savorv.To perceive by taste or smell
  37. scabbardn.The sheath of a sword or similar bladed weapon
  38. scarcityn.Insufficiency of supply for needs or ordinary demands
  39. scholarlyadj.Characteristic of an erudite person
  40. scholasticadj.Pertaining to education or schools
  41. scintillan.The faintest ray
  42. scintillatev.To emit or send forth sparks or little flashes of light
  43. scopen.A range of action or view
  44. scoundreln.A man without principle
  45. scribblen.Hasty, careless writing
  46. scriben.One who writes or is skilled in writing
  47. scriptn.Writing or handwriting of the ordinary cursive form
  48. Scripturaladj.Pertaining to, contained in, or warranted by the Holy Scriptures
  49. scruplen.Doubt or uncertainty regarding a question of moral right or duty
  50. scrupulousadj.Cautious in action for fear of doing wrong
  51. scurrilousadj.Grossly indecent or vulgar
  52. scuttlev.To sink (a ship) by making holes in the bottom
  53. scythen.A long curved blade for mowing, reaping, etc
  54. seancen.A meeting of spirituals for consulting spirits
  55. searv.To burn on the surface
  56. sebaceousadj.Pertaining to or appearing like fat
  57. secantadj.Cutting, especially into two parts
  58. secedev.To withdraw from union or association, especially from a political or religious body
  59. secessionn.Voluntary withdrawal from fellowship, especially from political or religious bodies
  60. secludev.To place, keep, or withdraw from the companionship of others
  61. seclusionn.Solitude
  62. secondaryadj.Less important or effective than that which is primary
  63. secondlyadv.In the second place in order or succession
  64. second-rateadj.Second in quality, size, rank, importance, etc
  65. secrecyn.Concealment
  66. secretaryn.One who attends to correspondence, keeps records.or does other writing for others
  67. secretiveadj.Having a tendency to conceal
  68. sedateadj.Even-tempered
  69. sedentaryadj.Involving or requiring much sitting
  70. sedimentn.Matter that settles to the bottom of a liquid
  71. seditionn.Conduct directed against public order and the tranquillity of the state
  72. seditiousadj.Promotive of conduct directed against public order and the tranquillity of the state
  73. seducev.To entice to surrender chastity
  74. sedulousadj.Persevering in effort or endeavor
  75. seern.A prophet
  76. seethev.To be violently excited or agitated
  77. seigniorn.A title of honor or respectful address, equivalent to sir
  78. seismographn.An instrument for recording the phenomena of earthquakes
  79. seizev.To catch or take hold of suddenly and forcibly
  80. selectiveadj.Having the power of choice
  81. self-respectn.Rational self-esteem
  82. semblancen.Outward appearance
  83. semicivilizedadj.Half-civilized
  84. semiconsciousadj.Partially conscious
  85. semiannualadj.Recurring at intervals of six months
  86. semicirclen.A half-circle
  87. seminarn.Any assemblage of pupils for real research in some specific study under a teacher
  88. seminaryn.A special school, as of theology or pedagogics
  89. senileadj.Peculiar to or proceeding from the weakness or infirmity of old age
  90. sensationn.A condition of mind resulting from spiritual or inherent feeling
  91. sensen.The signification conveyed by some word, phrase, or action
  92. sensibilityn.Power to perceive or feel
  93. sensitiveadj.Easily affected by outside operations or influences
  94. sensoriumn.The sensory apparatus
  95. sensualadj.Pertaining to the body or the physical senses
  96. sensuousadj.Having a warm appreciation of the beautiful or of the refinements of luxury
  97. sentencen.A related group of words containing a subject and a predicate and expressing a complete thought
  98. sentiencen.Capacity for sensation or sense-perception
  99. sentientadj.Possessing the power of sense or sense-perception
  100. sentineln.Any guard or watch stationed for protection
  101. separableadj.Capable of being disjoined or divided
  102. separatev.To take apart
  103. separatistn.A seceder
  104. septennialadj.Recurring every seven years
  105. sepulchern.A burial-place
  106. sequaciousadj.Ready to be led
  107. sequeln.That which follows in consequence of what has previously happened
  108. sequencen.The order in which a number or persons, things, or events follow one another in space or time
  109. sequentadj.Following in the order of time
  110. sequesterv.To cause to withdraw or retire, as from society or public life
  111. sequestratev.To confiscate
  112. sergeantn.A non-commissioned military officer ranking next above a corporal
  113. sergeant-at-armsn.An executive officer in legislative bodies who enforces the orders of the presiding officer
  114. sergeant-majorn.The highest non-commissioned officer in a regiment
  115. servicen.Any work done for the benefit of another
  116. serviceableadj.Durable
  117. servituden.Slavery
  118. severancen.Separation
  119. severelyadv.Extremely
  120. sextetn.A band of six singers or players
  121. sextupleadj.Multiplied by six
  122. sheeradj.Absolute
  123. shiftlessadj.Wanting in resource, energy, or executive ability
  124. shrewdadj.Characterized by skill at understanding and profiting by circumstances
  125. shriekn.A sharp, shrill outcry or scream, caused by agony or terror
  126. shrinkagen.A contraction of any material into less bulk or dimension
  127. shrivelv.To draw or be drawn into wrinkles
  128. shufflen.A mixing or changing the order of things
  129. sibilancen.A hissing sound
  130. sibilantadj.Made with a hissing sound
  131. sibilatev.To give a hissing sound to, as in pronouncing the letter s
  132. sidelongadj.Inclining or tending to one side
  133. siderealadj.Pertaining to stars or constellations
  134. siegen.A beleaguerment
  135. significancen.Importance
  136. significantadj.Important, especially as pointing something out
  137. significationn.The meaning conveyed by language, actions, or signs
  138. similaradj.Bearing resemblance to one another or to something else
  139. similen.A comparison which directs the mind to the representative object itself
  140. similituden.Similarity
  141. simplifyv.To make less complex or difficult
  142. simulatev.Imitate
  143. simultaneousadj.Occurring, done, or existing at the same time
  144. sinecuren.Any position having emoluments with few or no duties
  145. singev.To burn slightly or superficially
  146. sinisteradj.Evil
  147. sinuosityn.The quality of curving in and out
  148. sinuousadj.Curving in and out
  149. sinusn.An opening or cavity
  150. sirenn.A sea-nymph, described by Homer as dwelling between the island of Circe and Scylla
  151. siroccon.hot winds from Africa
  152. sisterhoodn.A body of sisters united by some bond of sympathy or by a religious vow
  153. skepticn.One who doubts any statements
  154. skepticismn.The entertainment of doubt concerning something
  155. skiffn.Usually, a small light boat propelled by oars
  156. skirmishn.Desultory fighting between advanced detachments of two armies
  157. sleightn.A trick or feat so deftly done that the manner of performance escapes observation
  158. slightadj.Of a small importance or significance
  159. slothfuladj.Lazy
  160. sluggardn.A person habitually lazy or idle
  161. sociableadj.Inclined to seek company
  162. socialismn.A theory of civil polity that aims to secure the reconstruction of society
  163. socialistadj.One who advocates reconstruction of society by collective ownership of land and capital
  164. sociologyn.The philosophical study of society
  165. Soln.The sun
  166. solacen.Comfort in grief, trouble, or calamity
  167. solaradj.Pertaining to the sun
  168. soldern.A fusible alloy used for joining metallic surfaces or margins
  169. soldiern.A person engaged in military service
  170. solecismn.Any violation of established rules or customs
  171. solicitorn.One who represents a client in court of justice; an attorney
  172. solicituden.Uneasiness of mind occasioned by desire, anxiety, or fear
  173. soliloquyn.A monologue
  174. solsticen.The time of year when the sun is at its greatest declination
  175. solubleadj.Capable of being dissolved, as in a fluid
  176. solventadj.Having sufficient funds to pay all debts
  177. somberadj.Gloomy
  178. somniferousadj.Tending to produce sleep
  179. somnolencen.Oppressive drowsiness
  180. somnolentadj.Sleepy
  181. sonatan.An instrumental composition
  182. sonnetn.A poem of fourteen decasyllabic or octosyllabiclines expressing two successive phrases
  183. sonorousadj.Resonant
  184. soothsayern.One who claims to have supernatural insight or foresight
  185. sophismn.A false argument understood to be such by the reasoner himself and intentionally used to deceive
  186. sophisticaladj.Fallacious
  187. sophisticatev.To deprive of simplicity of mind or manner
  188. sophistryn.Reasoning sound in appearance only, especially when designedly deceptive
  189. sopranon.A woman's or boy's voice of high range
  190. sorceryn.Witchcraft
  191. sordidadj.Of degraded character or nature
  192. souvenirn.A token of remembrance
  193. sparseadj.Thinly diffused
  194. Spartanadj.Exceptionally brave; rigorously severe
  195. spasmodicadj.Convulsive
  196. specializev.To assume an individual or specific character, or adopt a singular or special course
  197. specialtyn.An employment limited to one particular line of work
  198. specien.A coin or coins of gold, silver, copper, or other metal
  199. speciesn.A classificatory group of animals or plants subordinate to a genus
  200. specimenn.One of a class of persons or things regarded as representative of the class
  201. speciousadj.Plausible
  202. spectatorn.One who beholds or looks on
  203. spectern.Apparition
  204. spectrumn.An image formed by rays of light or other radiant energy
  205. speculatev.To pursue inquiries and form conjectures
  206. speculatorn.One who makes an investment that involves a risk of loss, but also a chance of profit
  207. sphericityn.The state or condition of being a sphere
  208. spheroidn.A body having nearly the form of a sphere
  209. spherometern.An instrument for measuring curvature or radii of spherical surfaces
  210. spinousadj.Having spines
  211. spinstern.A woman who has never been married
  212. spontaneousadj.Arising from inherent qualities or tendencies without external efficient cause
  213. sprightlyadj.Vivacious
  214. spuriousadj.Not genuine
  215. squabblev.To quarrel
  216. squalidadj.Having a dirty, mean, poverty-stricken appearance
  217. squattern.One who settles on land without permission or right
  218. stagnantadj.Not flowing: said of water, as in a pool
  219. stagnatev.To become dull or inert
  220. stagnationn.The condition of not flowing or not changing
  221. stagyadj.Having a theatrical manner
  222. staidadj.Of a steady and sober character
  223. stallionn.An uncastrated male horse, commonly one kept for breeding
  224. stanchionn.A vertical bar, or a pair of bars, used to confine cattle in a stall
  225. stanzan.A group of rimed lines, usually forming one of a series of similar divisions in a poem
  226. statecraftn.The art of conducting state affairs
  227. staticadj.Pertaining to or designating bodies at rest or forces in equilibrium
  228. staticsn.The branch of mechanics that treats of the relations that subsist among forces in order
  229. stationaryadj.Not moving
  230. statisticiann.One who is skilled in collecting and tabulating numerical facts
  231. statuesqueadj.Having the grace, pose, or quietude of a statue
  232. statuetten.A figurine
  233. staturen.The natural height of an animal body
  234. statuten.Any authoritatively declared rule, ordinance, decree, or law
  235. stealthn.A concealed manner of acting
  236. stellaradj.Pertaining to the stars
  237. steppen.One of the extensive plains in Russia and Siberia
  238. sterlingadj.Genuine
  239. stiflev.To smother
  240. stigman.A mark of infamy or token of disgrace attaching to a person as the result of evil-doing
  241. stiletton.A small dagger
  242. stimulantn.Anything that rouses to activity or to quickened action
  243. stimulatev.To rouse to activity or to quickened action
  244. stimulusn.Incentive
  245. stingyadj.Cheap, unwilling to spend money
  246. stipendn.A definite amount paid at stated periods in compensation for services or as an allowance
  247. Stoicismn.The principles or the practice of the Stoics-being very even tempered in success and failure
  248. stolidadj.Expressing no power of feeling or perceiving
  249. straitn.A narrow passage of water connecting two larger bodies of water
  250. stratagemn.Any clever trick or device for obtaining an advantage
  251. stratumn.A natural or artificial layer, bed, or thickness of any substance or material
  252. streamletn.Rivulet
  253. stringencyn.Strictness
  254. stringentadj.Rigid
  255. striplingn.A mere youth
  256. studiousadj.Having or showing devotion to the acquisition of knowledge
  257. stultifyv.To give an appearance of foolishness to
  258. stupendousadj.Of prodigious size, bulk, or degree
  259. stuporn.Profound lethargy
  260. suasionn.The act of persuading
  261. suaveadj.Smooth and pleasant in manner
  262. subacidadj.Somewhat sharp or biting
  263. subaquaticadj.Being, formed, or operating under water
  264. subconsciousadj.Being or occurring in the mind, but without attendant consciousness or conscious perception
  265. subjacentadj.Situated directly underneath
  266. subjectionn.The act of bringing into a state of submission
  267. subjugatev.To conquer
  268. subliminaladj.Being beneath the threshold of consciousness
  269. sublingualadj.Situated beneath the tongue
  270. submarineadj.Existing, done, or operating beneath the surface of the sea
  271. submergev.To place or plunge under water
  272. submergencen.The act of submerging
  273. submersibleadj.Capable of being put underwater
  274. submersionn.The act of submerging
  275. submissionn.A yielding to the power or authority of another
  276. submittaln.The act of submitting
  277. subordinateadj.Belonging to an inferior order in a classification
  278. subsequentadj.Following in time
  279. subserviencen.The quality, character, or condition of being servilely following another's behests
  280. subservientadj.Servilely following another's behests
  281. subsidev.To relapse into a state of repose and tranquillity
  282. subsistv.To be maintained or sustained
  283. subsistencen.Sustenance
  284. substantiveadj.Solid
  285. subtendv.To extend opposite to
  286. subterfugen.Evasion
  287. subterraneanadj.Situated or occurring below the surface of the earth
  288. subtleadj.Discriminating
  289. subtrahendn.That which is to be subtracted
  290. subversionn.An overthrow, as from the foundation
  291. subvertv.To bring to ruin
  292. succeedv.To accomplish what is attempted or intended
  293. successn.A favorable or prosperous course or termination of anything attempted
  294. successfuladj.Having reached a high degree of worldly prosperity
  295. successorn.One who or that which takes the place of a predecessor or preceding thing
  296. succinctadj.Concise
  297. succulentadj.Juicy
  298. succumbv.To cease to resist
  299. sufferancen.Toleration
  300. sufficiencyn.An ample or adequate supply
  301. suffragen.The right or privilege of voting
  302. suffusev.To cover or fill the surface of
  303. suggestibleadj.That can be suggested
  304. suggestiveadj.Stimulating to thought or reflection
  305. summaryn.An abstract
  306. sumptuousadj.Rich and costly
  307. superabundancen.An excessive amount
  308. superaddv.To add in addition to what has been added
  309. superannuatev.To become deteriorated or incapacitated by long service
  310. superbadj.Sumptuously elegant
  311. superciliousadj.Exhibiting haughty and careless contempt
  312. superficialadj.Knowing and understanding only the ordinary and the obvious
  313. superfluityn.That part of anything that is in excess of what is needed
  314. superfluousadj.Being more than is needed
  315. superheatv.To heat to excess
  316. superintendv.To have the charge and direction of, especially of some work or movement
  317. superintendencen.Direction and management
  318. superintendentn.One who has the charge and direction of, especially of some work or movement
  319. superlativen.That which is of the highest possible excellence or eminence
  320. supernaturaladj.Caused miraculously or by the immediate exercise of divine power
  321. supernumeraryadj.Superfluous
  322. supersedev.To displace
  323. supineadj.Lying on the back
  324. supplantv.To take the place of
  325. suppleadj.Easily bent
  326. supplementaryadj.Being an addition to
  327. supplicantn.One who asks humbly and earnestly
  328. supplicatev.To beg
  329. suppositionn.Conjecture
  330. suppressv.To prevent from being disclosed or punished
  331. suppressibleadj.Capable of being suppressed
  332. suppressionn.A forcible putting or keeping down
  333. supramundaneadj.Supernatural
  334. surchargen.An additional amount charged
  335. suretyn.Security for payment or performance
  336. surfeitv.To feed to fullness or to satiety
  337. surmisev.To conjecture
  338. surmountv.To overcome by force of will
  339. surreptitiousadj.Clandestine
  340. surrogaten.One who or that which is substituted for or appointed to act in place of another
  341. surroundv.To encircle
  342. surveyorn.A land-measurer
  343. susceptibilityn.A specific capability of feeling or emotion
  344. susceptibleadj.Easily under a specified power or influence
  345. suspensen.Uncertainty
  346. suspensionn.A hanging from a support
  347. suspiciousadj.Inclined to doubt or mistrust
  348. sustenancen.Food
  349. swarthyadj.Having a dark hue, especially a dark or sunburned complexion
  350. Sybariten.A luxurious person
  351. sycophantn.A servile flatterer, especially of those in authority or influence
  352. syllabicadj.Consisting of that which is uttered in a single vocal impulse
  353. syllabicationn.Division of words into that which is uttered in a single vocal impulse
  354. syllablen.That which is uttered in a single vocal impulse
  355. syllabusn.Outline of a subject, course, lecture, or treatise
  356. sylphn.A slender, graceful young woman or girl
  357. symmetricaladj.Well-balanced
  358. symmetryn.Relative proportion and harmony
  359. sympatheticadj.Having a fellow-feeling for or like feelings with another or others
  360. sympathizev.To share the sentiments or mental states of another
  361. symphonicadj.Characterized by a harmonious or agreeable mingling of sounds
  362. symphoniousadj.Marked by a harmonious or agreeable mingling of sounds
  363. symphonyn.A harmonious or agreeable mingling of sounds
  364. synchronismn.Simultaneousness
  365. syndicaten.An association of individuals united for the prosecution of some enterprise
  366. syneresisn.The coalescence of two vowels or syllables, as e'er for ever
  367. synodn.An ecclesiastical council
  368. synonymn.A word having the same or almost the same meaning as some other
  369. synopsisn.A syllabus or summary
  370. systematicadj.Methodical

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