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subordinate
inferior, secondary, submissive to
subservient
obey others unquestioningly; menial, obeisant, servile
subside
abate, die, lull, wane
subterfuge
deceptive device or stratagem
subvert
overturn or overthrow from foundation; ruin, sabotage, undermine, wreck
succinct
compact precise expression without wasted words, concise, brief, compendious, curt, laconic
succor
go to aid of, relieve, help, aid assist, relief
suffrage
franchaise, right to vote
suffuse
gradually spread through or over
sully
make dirty
summit
highest point, top, apex
sumptuous
luxurious, opulent, palatial
supercillious
haughty, contemptuos superiority,
superfluous
exceeding what is sufficient, excess, extra, spare
supine
1. weak, spineless
2. lying face up
supplant
supercede by force
supplement
an addition to make whole
supplicate
ask or beg for something earnestly/humbly
supposition
assumption, hypothesis, premise
surcharge
overprint on currency note
surfeit
excess
surly
bad-tempered and unfriendly
surmise
guess
surreptitious
doing something in secret, clandestinely, covert, furtive
suture
unit, close with sutures
avulse
act of tearing away
swill
guzzle
swindle
obtain money or property by fraud or deciet
sybarite
self-indulgently fond of sensuous luxury
hedonist
like pleasure
sycophant
toady, servile self-seeking flatterer
syllogism
form of logic (iff)
synergic
working together, coacting, conjoint, cooperative
tacit
expressed or carried on without words, implicit, inferred
taciturn
reserved, or saying little
tackle
ropes arranged to hoist and pull
tactile
tangible
talisman
object held to avert evil and bring good fortune
talon
claw of an animal (esp. bird of prey)
tangent
diverging from original purpose of course
tackle
ropes arranged to hoist and pull
tactile
tangible
talisman
object held to avert evil and bring good fortune
talon
claw of an animal (esp. bird of prey)
tangent
diverging from original purpose of course
tantamount
equivalent in value, significance, or effect
tarnish
dull or destroy luster by air, dust, or dirt
tarpaulin
waterproof covering
tatty
rather worn, frayed, shabby