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sacrosanct
1) extremely sacred
2) beyond criticism
sagacious
lustful
salubrious
healthful
sanguine
1) ruddy
2) cheerfully optimistic
sapient
wise
scabbard
sheath for sword or dagger
scintilla
a very small amount
scintillate
to sparkle or flash
scurrilous
vulgar, low, indecent
sedition
behavior promoting rebellion
senescent
aging, growing old
sentient
aware, conscious, able to perceive
supulchral
typical of a place of burial
seraphic
angelic, pur, sublime
shirk
to avoid a task due to laziness or fear
simper
to smirk or smile foolishly
sinecure
well-paying job or office that requires little or no work
sinuous
1) winding
2) intricate, complex
slake
to quench moderately
slovenly
untidy, messy
sojourn
visit, stay
simper
to smirk or smile foolishly
solecism
grammatical mistake
sinecure
well-paying job or office that requires little or no work
solipsism
believe that the self is the only reality
sinuous
1) winding
2) intricate, complex
somnambulist
sleepwalker
slake
to quench moderately
slovenly
untidy, messy
sonorous
producing full, rich sound
sojourn
visit, stay
sophist
a person goof at arguing deviously
solecism
grammatical mistake
sportive
frolicsome, playful
solipsism
believe that the self is the only reality
squalid
1) filthy
2) morally repulsive
somnambulist
sleepwalker
staid
1) self-restrained, strait-laced
sonorous
producing full, rich sound
stentorian
extremely loud
sophist
a person goof at arguing deviously
sportive
frolicsome, playful
squalid
1) filthy
2) morally repulsive
staid
1) self-restrained, strait-laced
stentorian
extremely loud