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somnolent
half asleep
sonorous
resonant
sophist
teacher of philosophy
employer of fallacious reasoning
sophomoric
immature; half baked
soporific
sleep causing
sordid
filthy; vile
spangle
small metallic piece sewn to clothing
spasmodic
fitful; periodic
spat
squablle, minor fight
spate
sudden flood
spawn
lay eggs
spectral
ghostly
spendthrift
waster of money
sporatic
occuring irregularly
spruce
neat and trim
spry
vigorously active; nimble
spurious
false, forged, illogical
spurn
reject; scorn
squander
waste
squat
stocky; short and thick
staid
sober; sedate (composed; grave)
stalwart
strong; brawny; steadfast (loyal; unswerving)
stanch
check flow of blood; stem
stealth
slyness; sneakiness; secretiveness
stentorian
extremely loud
stilted
bombastic; stiffly pompous
stint
be thrifty; set limits
n - supply; allotted amont; assigned portion of work
stock
typical; kept regularly in supply
stockade
wooden enclosure/ fixed line used for defense
stodgy
stuffy; boringly conservative
stoke
stir up fire; feed plentifully
stolid
dull; impassive
strew
spread randomly; sprinkle; scatter
stricture
critical comments; severe criticism
strident
loud and harsh; insistent
strut
pompous walk
n. supporting bar
stultify
cause to appear or become stupid/inconsistent
frustrate/hinder
stygian
gloomy; hellish; deathly
stymie
present an obstacle; stump
subaltern
subordinate
subjugate
conquer; bring under control
sublimate
refine; purify
sublime
exalted; noble; utter
stoke
stir up fire; feed plentifully
stolid
dull; impassive
strew
spread randomly; sprinkle; scatter
stricture
critical comments; severe criticism
strident
loud and harsh; insistent
strut
pompous walk
n. supporting bar
stultify
cause to appear or become stupid/inconsistent
frustrate/hinder
stygian
gloomy; hellish; deathly
stymie
present an obstacle; stump
subaltern
subordinate
subjugate
conquer; bring under control
sublimate
refine; purify
sublime
exalted; noble; utter