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 sabaoth
 
1001    
hosts, armies
 sabbatism
 
1000    
rest, intermission of labor
 sabine
 
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savin
 sable
 
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zibelline, marten
 sabulous
 
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sandy, gritty
 saccharine
 
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sugary, sweet
 sacerdotal
 
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priestly
 sacerdotalism
 
1000    
priest-craft
 sachem
 
1000    
american indian chief, sagamore
 sack
 
1000    
bag, pouch
 sacrament
 
1000    
rite, ceremony, solemnity
 sacred
 
1000    
hallowed, holy, consecrated, divine
 sacredly
 
1000    
inviolably, strictly, religiously
 sacredness
 
1000    
holiness, sanctity
 sacrifice
 
1000    
immolate, offer up
 sacrilege
 
1000    
profanation, desecration, violation
 sacrilegious
 
1000    
irreverent, impious, profane, desecrating
 sacrist
 
1000    
sacristan, sexton
 sacristan
 
1000    
sexton, sacrist, vestry-keeper
 sacristy
 
1000    
vestry, vestry-room
 sad
 
1000    
close, firm, cohesive
 sad-hearted
 
1000    
sorrowful, melancholy
 sad-iron
 
1000    
flat-iron, smoothing-iron
 saddle
 
1000    
put a saddle on
 saddle-cloth
 
1000    
housing
 saddle-horse
 
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palfrey
 sadly
 
1001    
sorrowfully, mournfully, miserably, grievously
 sadness
 
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sorrow, despondency, sorrowfulness, mournfulness, melancholy, depression, dejection
 safe
 
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unharmed, undamaged, unscathed, unhurt
 safe-conduct
 
1000    
escort, convoy, safeguard, protection
 safe-keeping
 
1000    
preservation, guardianship
 safeguard
 
1001    
defence, protection, security
 safely
 
1000    
in safety
 safety
 
1000    
security
 safety-belt
 
1000    
life-belt, life-preserver
 saffron
 
1000    
yellow
 sag
 
1000    
bend, settle, swag, give way
 saga
 
1000    
scandinavian legend, tradition, tale, history
 sagacious
 
1000    
quick-scented, quick of scent
 sagaciousness
 
1000    
sagacity
 sagacity
 
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sagaciousness, quickness of scent
 sage
 
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wise, sagacious, sapient, discerning, shrewd, acute, intelligent, sensible, prudent
 sagittary
 
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centaur, archer, bowman
 sail
 
1000    
make sail, put to sea, get under way, set sail, begin a voyage
 sail-cloth
 
1000    
duck, canvas
 sailor
 
1000    
seaman, mariner, seafarer, seafaring man
 saint
 
1000    
holy person
 saint-simonianism
 
1000    
fourierism, phalansterianism, humanitarianism, socialism
 sainted
 
1000    
consecrated, sacred, holy, hallowed
 saintly
 
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holy, devout, pious, religious, godly, heavenly-minded
 sake
 
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reason, purpose, end, final cause
 sal-ammoniac
 
999    
chloride of ammonium, hydrochlorate of ammonia, muriate of ammonia
 sal-soda
 
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carbonate of soda
 sal-volatile
 
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sesqui-carbonate of ammonia, carbonate of ammonia, smelling-salts, salt of hartshorn
 salable
 
1001    
vendible, marketable, fit for sale
 salacious
 
1001    
lewd, lustful, carnal, lecherous, lascivious, wanton, libidinous, lickerish, concupiscent, lewd, loose, prurient, unchaste, incontinent
 salamander
 
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eft
 salary
 
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stipend, pay, wages, hire, allowance
 sale
 
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demand, market, vent, opportunity to sell
 salient
 
1001    
leaping, bounding, jumping
 saline
 
1000    
briny, salt
 saliva
 
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spittle
 sallow
 
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yellow, yellowish; pale, of a pale, sickly color
 sally
 
1001    
sortie
 salmagundi
 
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medley, olio, miscellany, mixture, farrago, jumble, hodge-podge, hotch-potch, mish-mash, gallimaufry, pot-pourri, mã©lange
 salmis
 
1000    
jugged hare, ragout
 salmon-trout
 
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sea-trout, hirling
 saloon
 
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spacious room, reception room
 salsafy
 
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oyster-plant
 salt
 
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chloride of sodium, muriate of soda, common salt
 salt-cake
 
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sulphate of soda
 salt-pan
 
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salt-pit, salt-mine, salt-work
 salt-water
 
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sea-water
 salt-wort
 
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glass-wort, marsh-samphire
 saltation
 
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leaping, jumping, hopping, springing, bounding, vaulting
 saltatory
 
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leaping, jumping, skipping, hopping, dancing
 saltish
 
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brackish, somewhat salt
 saltpetre
 
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nitre, nitrate of potash
 salubrious
 
1001    
healthy, healthful, salutary, wholesome, salutiferous
 salubriousness
 
1000    
healthiness, healthfulness, salutariness, wholesomeness
 salutariness
 
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salubrity
 salutary
 
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healthy, healthful, salubrious, wholesome, salutiferous, helpful, safe
 salutation
 
1001    
greeting, salute, address
 salutatory
 
1000    
greeting
 salute
 
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greet, hail, address, accost, welcome, congratulate
 salutiferous
 
1001    
healthy, healthful, salutary, salubrious, wholesome
 salvation
 
1001    
preservation, deliverance, rescue, escape from danger
 salve
 
1001    
healing ointment, cerate
 salver
 
1000    
waiter, tray
 salvo
 
1000    
exception, reservation, excuse, saving
 sambucus
 
1000    
elder-tree
 sameness
 
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identity, identicalness, oneness
 samiel
 
1000    
simoom, simoon, khamsin, harmattan
 samiot
 
1000    
samian, inhabitant of samos
 sample
 
1000    
specimen, illustration, exemplification, instance
 sampler
 
1000    
pattern
 sanability
 
1000    
curableness, sanableness
 sanable
 
1001    
curable, remediable, healable
 sanableness
 
1001    
curableness, sanability
 sanative
 
1001    
healing, curative, curing, remedial, therapeutic

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