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  • Section 19: Words Starting with S. sack s . a . c . k . sack. sack means a bag

  • made of paper or plastic for holding customer's purchases. You can buy a big sack of carrots

  • at the farmer's market for only $3. sad s . a . d . sad. sad means experiencing

  • or showing sorrow or unhappiness. They were able to infer from her sad look that she didn't

  • get the job. sadly s . a . d . l . y . sadly. sadly means

  • in an unfortunate way. Sadly he died before he could see his grandchild.

  • sadness s . a . d . n . e . s . s . sadness. sadness means emotions experienced when not

  • in a state of well-being. There was a touch of sadness in his voice.

  • safe s . a . f . e . safe. safe means free from danger or the risk of harm. You will

  • be safe here. safely s . a . f . e . l . y . safely. safely

  • means with safety; in a safe manner. We are safely out of there.

  • safety s . a . f . e . t . y . safety. safety means the state of being certain that adverse

  • effects will not be caused by some agent under defined conditions. The reciprocal of safety

  • is risk. sail s . a . i . l . sail. sail means traverse

  • or travel by ship on a body of water.He sailed the Pacific all alone.

  • sailing s . a . i . l . i . n . g . sailing. sailing means the work of a sailor. There

  • was swimming and sailing down on the lake. sailor s . a . i . l . o . r . sailor. sailor

  • means someone who works on a ship or sails a boat. We were both experienced sailors.

  • salad s . a . l . a . d . salad. salad means food mixtures either arranged on a plate or

  • tossed and served with a moist dressing; usually consisting of or including greens. A salad

  • of tomato, onion and cucumber. salary s . a . l . a . r . y . salary. salary

  • means money that someone is paid each month by their employer. He wasted his salary on

  • drink. sale s . a . l . e . sale. sale means the

  • general activity of selling. They tried to boost sales.

  • salt s . a . l . t . salt. salt means white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride

  • used to season and preserve food. Most snacks have either a high salt content or a high

  • sugar content. salty s . a . l . t . y . salty. salty means

  • containing or filled with salt. I don't like to mix sweet and salty flavored foods in

  • the same mealsame s . a . m . e . same. same means closely

  • similar or comparable in kind or quality or quantity or degree. Mother and son have the

  • same blue eyes. sample s . a . m . p . l . e . sample. sample

  • means items selected at random from a population and used to test hypotheses about the population.

  • Their research is based on interviews with a random sample of over 500 teenagers.

  • sand s . a . n . d . sand. sand means a loose material consisting of grains of rock or coral.

  • I couldn't see because the wind had blown sand in my eyes.

  • satisfaction s . a . t . i . s . f . a . c . t . i . o . n . satisfaction. satisfaction

  • means the contentment you feel when you have done something right. The chef tasted the

  • sauce with great satisfaction. satisfy s . a . t . i . s . f . y . satisfy.

  • satisfy means fulfil the requirements or expectations of. The pace of change has not been quick

  • enough to satisfy everyone. satisfied s . a . t . i . s . f . i . e . d

  • . satisfied. satisfied means filled with satisfaction. We are not satisfied with these results.

  • satisfying s . a . t . i . s . f . y . i . n . g . satisfying. satisfying means giving

  • pleasure or satisfaction. I found wood carving satisfying.

  • Saturday S . a . t . u . r . d . a . y . Saturday. Saturday means Saturday is the day after Friday

  • and before Sunday. There is a handicraft market downtown every Saturday morning.

  • sauce s . a . u . c . e . sauce. sauce means flavorful relish or dressing or topping served as an

  • accompaniment to food. Vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce.

  • save s . a . v . e . save. save means to keep up and reserve for personal or special use.

  • She saved the old family photographs in a drawer.

  • saving s . a . v . i . n . g . saving. saving means an act of economizing; reduction in

  • cost. There was a saving of 50 cents. say s . a . y . say. say means express in

  • words. Let us say that he did not tell the truth

  • scale s . c . a . l . e . scale. scale means an ordered reference standard. Judging on

  • a scale of 1 to 10. scare s . c . a . r . e . scare. scare means

  • cause fear in. The stranger who hangs around the building scares me.

  • scared s . c . a . r . e . d . scared. scared means made afraid. The scared child cowered

  • in the corner. scary s . c . a . r . y . scary. scary means

  • so scary as to cause chills and shudders. The most terrible and scary. Tales of murder

  • and revenge. scene s . c . e . n . e . scene. scene means

  • the place where some action occurs. The police returned to the scene of the crime.

  • schedule s . c . h . e . d . u . l . e . schedule. schedule means a temporally organized plan

  • for matters to be attended to. plan for an activity or event. I've scheduled a concert

  • next week. school s . c . h . o . o . l . school. school

  • means an educational institution. A building where young people receive education. He walked

  • to school every morning. science s . c . i . e . n . c . e . science.

  • science means a particular branch of scientific knowledge. The science of genetics.

  • scientific s . c . i . e . n . t . i . f . i . c . scientific. scientific means of or relating

  • to the practice of science. Many animals die an agonizing death in the name of scientific

  • progress. scientist s . c . i . e . n . t . i . s . t

  • . scientist. scientist meansa person with advanced knowledge of one or more sciences.

  • Scientists have collected more data than expected. scissors s . c . i . s . s . o . r . s . scissors.

  • scissors means and edge tool having two crossed pivoting blades. He told me to get some scissors.

  • score s . c . o . r . e . score. score means a number or letter indicating quality (especially

  • of a student's performance). What was your score on your homework?

  • scratch s . c . r . a . t . c . h . scratch. scratch means cause friction. cut the surface

  • of; wear away the surface of. My sweater scratches. scream s . c . r . e . a . m . scream. scream

  • means utter a sudden loud cry. She screamed with pain when the doctor inserted the needle.

  • screen s . c . r . e . e . n . screen. screen means a white or silvered surface where pictures

  • can be projected for viewing. Who has been putting their dirty hands on the computer screen?

  • screw s . c . r . e . w . screw. screw means a simple machine of the inclined-plane type

  • consisting of a spirally threaded cylindrical rod that engages with a similarly threaded

  • hole. I had to screw the bolt in with my fingernail because I didn't have any tools.

  • sea s . e . a . sea. sea means a division of an ocean or a large body of salt water

  • partially enclosed by land. All transport operations, whether by sea, rail or road,

  • are closely monitored at all times. seal s . e . a . l . seal. seal means fastener

  • consisting of a resinous composition that is plastic when warm; used for sealing documents

  • and parcels and letters. Veronica sealed the envelope, and put a stamp on it.

  • search s . e . a . r . c . h . search. search means the activity of looking thoroughly in

  • order to find something or someone. A thorough search of the ledgers revealed nothing.

  • season s . e . a . s . o . n . season. season means a period of the year marked by special

  • events or activities in some field. He celebrated his 10th season with the ballet company.

  • seat s . e . a . t . seat. seat means a space reserved for sitting as in a theater or on

  • a train or airplane. He booked their seats in advance.

  • second s . e . c . o . n . d . second. second means one of the sixty parts that a minute

  • is divided into. An indefinitely short time. It only takes a second.

  • secondary s . e . c . o . n . d . a . r . y . secondary. secondary means being of second

  • rank or importance or value; not direct or immediate. The stone will be hauled to a secondary

  • crusher. secret s . e . c . r . e . t . secret. secret

  • means not open or public; kept private or not revealed. The young boy had secret ambitions

  • of becoming an astronaut. secretly s . e . c . r . e . t . l . y . secretly.

  • secretly means in secrecy; not openly. The children secretly went to the movies when

  • they were supposed to be at the library. secretary s . e . c . r . e . t . a . r . y

  • . secretary. secretary means an assistant who handles correspondence and clerical work

  • for a boss or an organization. My secretary will fax you all the details.

  • section s . e . c . t . i . o . n . section. section means a self-contained part of a larger

  • composition (written or musical). He always turns first to the business section.

  • sector s . e . c . t . o . r . sector. sector means a particular aspect of life or activity.

  • He was helpless in an important sector of his life.

  • secure s . e . c . u . r . e . secure. secure means free from fear or doubt; easy in mind.

  • Secure himself, he went out of his way to help others.

  • security s . e . c . u . r . i . t . y . security. security means the state of being free from

  • danger or injury. We support the armed services in the name of national security.

  • see s . e . e . see. see means perceive by sight or have the power to perceive by sight.

  • Can you see the bird in that tree? seed s . e . e . d . seed. seed means a mature

  • fertilized plant ovule consisting of an embryo and its food source and having a protective

  • coat or testa. She sowed sunflower seeds. seek s . e . e . k . seek. seek means try

  • to get or reach. I would seek a second opinion if you don't agree with what your doctor said.

  • seem s . e . e . m . seem. seem means give a certain impression or have a certain outward

  • aspect. She seems to be sleeping. select s . e . l . e . c . t . select. select

  • means pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives. She selected a pair of shoes

  • from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her.

  • selection s . e . l . e . c . t . i . o . n . selection. selection means the act of choosing

  • or selecting. Your selection of colors was unfortunate.

  • self s . e . l . f . self. self means your consciousness of your own identity. She was

  • back to her old self again. self s . e . l . f . self. self means relating

  • to - of or by or to or from or for - the self. He is a self-proclaimed racist

  • sell s . e . l . l . sell. sell means exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent. She

  • sells her body to survive and support her drug habit.

  • semester s . e . m . e . s . t . e . r . semester. semester means one of two divisions of an

  • academic year. My very first semester at university was quite a grind, but it's much better now.

  • senate s . e . n . a . t . e . senate. senate means assembly possessing high legislative

  • powers. The new law has been sent to the Senate for ratification.

  • senator s . e . n . a . t . o . r . senator. senator means a member of a senate. The senator

  • charged that I had distorted the data. send s . e . n . d . send. send means cause

  • to go somewhere. He proposed to send for the doctor.

  • senior s . e . n . i . o . r . senior. senior meansolder; higher in rank; longer in length

  • of tenure or service. He works assenior administrator in a financial institution in Mexico City.

  • sense s . e . n . s . e . sense. sense means the meaning of a word or expression; the way

  • in which a word or expression or situation can be interpreted. The dictionary gave several

  • senses for the word. sensible s . e . n . s . i . b . l . e . sensible.

  • sensible means showing reason or sound judgment. able to feel or perceive. Kara issensible girl;

  • she'll know what to do. sensitive s . e . n . s . i . t . i . v . e

  • . sensitive. sensitive means responsive to physical stimuli. A mimosa's leaves are sensitive

  • to touch. sentence s . e . n . t . e . n . c . e . sentence.

  • sentence means a string of words satisfying the grammatical rules of a language. He always

  • spoke in grammatical sentences. separate s . e . p . a . r . a . t . e . separate.

  • separate means a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication.

  • The bathroom is separate from the bedroom. separated s . e . p . a . r . a . t . e . d

  • . separated. separated means being or feeling set or kept apart from others. She felt separated

  • from the group. separately s . e . p . a . r . a . t . e . l

  • . y . separately. separately means apart from others. Cook each vegetable separately until

  • just tender. separation s . e . p . a . r . a . t . i . o

  • . n . separation. separation means the act of dividing or disconnecting. The separation

  • of wheat from chaff. September S . e . p . t . e . m . b . e . r

  • . September. September means the month following August and preceding October. They spent a

  • couple of nights here last September. series s . e . r . i . e . s . series. series

  • means similar things placed in order or happening one after another. They were investigating

  • a series of bank robberies. serious s . e . r . i . o . u . s . serious.

  • serious means concerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities.

  • A serious attempt to learn to ski. seriously s . e . r . i . o . u . s . l . y

  • . seriously. seriously means in a serious manner. She started studying snakes seriously.

  • servant s . e . r . v . a . n . t . servant. servant meansa person working in the service

  • of another (especially in the household).Many young girls became domestic servants .

  • serve s . e . r . v . e . serve. serve means serve a purpose, role, or function. The female

  • students served as a control group. service s . e . r . v . i . c . e . service.

  • service means work done by one person or group that benefits another. Budget separately for

  • goods and services. session s . e . s . s . i . o . n . session.

  • session means a meeting for execution of a group's functions. It was the opening session

  • of the legislature. set s . e . t . set. set means a group of

  • things of the same kind that belong together and are so used. We're going to set off at

  • four. settle s . e . t . t . l . e . settle. settle

  • means settle into a position, usually on a surface or ground. Dust settled on the roofs.

  • several s . e . v . e . r . a . l . several. several means considered individually. Specialists

  • in their several fields. severe s . e . v . e . r . e . severe. severe

  • means intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality. He hadsevere headache

  • after bumping his head. severely s . e . v . e . r . e . l . y . severely.

  • severely means to a severe or serious degree. Fingers so severely frozen they had to be

  • amputated. sew s . e . w . sew. sew means fasten by sewing;

  • do needlework. create (clothes) with cloth. Can the seamstress sew me a suit by next week?

  • sex s . e . x . sex. sex means activities associated with sexual intercourse. They had

  • sex in the back seat. sexual s . e . x . u . a . l . sexual. sexual

  • means of or relating to or characterized by sexuality. This was the first sexual relationship

  • I had had. sexually s . e . x . u . a . l . l . y . sexually.

  • sexually means with respect to sexuality. She had been sexually assaulted.

  • shade s . h . a . d . e . shade. shade means relative darkness caused by light rays being

  • intercepted by an opaque body. It is much cooler in the shade.

  • shadow s . h . a . d . o . w . shadow. shadow means shade within clear boundaries. An oak

  • tree cast its shadow over a tiny round pool. shake s . h . a . k . e . shake. shake means

  • move or cause to move back and forth. Shake the rugs well and hang them for a few hours

  • before replacing on the floor. shall s . h . a . l . l . shall. shall means

  • is a modal verb. It is used when you are referring to something that you are sure will happen

  • to you in the future. We shall go when the rain ceases.

  • shallow s . h . a . l . l . o . w . shallow. shallow means lacking physical depth; having

  • little spatial extension downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or outward

  • from a center. Hit the ball to shallow left field.

  • shame s . h . a . m . e . shame. shame means a painful emotion resulting from an awareness

  • of inadequacy or guilt. One mistake brought shame to all his family.

  • shape s . h . a . p . e . shape. shape means any spatial attributes (especially as defined

  • by outline). He could barely make out their shapes.

  • shaped s . h . a . p . e . d . shaped. shaped means shaped to fit by or as if by altering

  • the contours of a pliable mass (as by work or effort). The country of Italy is shaped like

  • a boot. share s . h . a . r . e . share. share means

  • have in common. use jointly or in common. The two countries share a long border.

  • sharp s . h . a . r . p . sharp. sharp means clearly defined of something seen or heard.

  • Ending in a sharp point. A sharp photographic image.

  • sharply s . h . a . r . p . l . y . sharply. sharply means in an aggressive manner. She

  • was being sharply questioned. shave s . h . a . v . e . shave. shave means

  • remove body hair with a razor. I haven't shaved my legs in a long time, so they're getting pretty

  • furry-looking she s . h . e . she. she means is a third

  • person singular pronoun . It is used refer to a woman, girl, or female animal who has

  • already been mentioned or whose identity is clear. She was seventeen and she had no education

  • or employment. sheep s . h . e . e . p . sheep. sheep means

  • woolly usually horned ruminant mammal related to the goat. Grassland on which a flock of

  • sheep were grazing. sheet s . h . e . e . t . sheet. sheet means

  • any broad thin expanse or surface. Once a week, a maid changes the sheets.

  • shelf s . h . e . l . f . shelf. shelf means a support that consists of a horizontal surface

  • for holding objects. He took a book from the shelf.

  • shell s . h . e . l . l . shell. shell means ammunition consisting of a cylindrical metal

  • casing containing an explosive charge and a projectile; fired from a large gun. Before

  • cooking the clams, discard any whose shell isn't completely closed.

  • shelter s . h . e . l . t . e . r . shelter. shelter means a structure that provides privacy

  • and protection from danger. We put the plants next to the wall to shelter them from the

  • wind. shift s . h . i . f . t . shift. shift means

  • make a shift in or exchange of. Steve works 12-hour shifts in his job as an airport

  • fireman. shine s . h . i . n . e . shine. shine means

  • be bright by reflecting or casting light. Cats' eyes shine at night in a strong light.

  • shiny s . h . i . n . y . shiny.shinymeansreflecting light.saw the moon like a shiny dime on a

  • deep blue velvet carpet. ship s . h . i . p . ship. ship means a vessel

  • that carries passengers or freight. We went by ship over to America.

  • shirt s . h . i . r . t . shirt. shirt means a garment worn on the upper half of the body.

  • These new compact digital cameras can fit in a shirt pocket.

  • shock s . h . o . c . k . shock. shock means the feeling of distress and disbelief that