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sac:
 
n. Syn. pouch
pouch or pouch-like structure in a plant or an animal, sometimes filled with fluid
saddle:
 
v.
load or burden; put harness onto animal's back to ride
sake:
 
n. Syn. purpose
purpose; reason for wanting something done
salient:
 
a. Syn. prominent
prominent or protruding; projecting outwardly; moving by leaps or springs
saline:
 
a. Syn. salty
salty; containing salt; of or relating to chemical salts
salinity:
 
n.
relative proportion of salt in a solution; the taste experience when salt is taken into the mouth
saliva:
 
n.
liquid that is produced naturally in the mouth
saltiness:
 
n.
property of containing salt
salute:
 
n. Syn. honor
give a sign of good will; compliment by an act or ceremony, as a kiss, a bow; honor
salvage:
 
v. Syn. rescue
save from loss or destruction; rescue of a ship; save for further use
sample:
 
n. Syn. specimen; example
small part of something intended as representative of the whole
sanctuary:
 
n. Syn. refuge; shelter; shrine
place of refuge or asylum; shrine; holy place, such as a church, temple, or mosque
sandy:
 
a.
loose and large-grained in consistency
sanity:
 
n.
condition or quality of being sane; soundness of health of body or mind, especially of the mind
sap:
 
n. Syn. fluid
watery fluid that circulates through a plant, carrying food and other substances to the various tissues; essential bodily fluid
sarcasm:
 
n. Syn. wit; satire
cutting, often ironic remark intended to wound; stinging rebuke; form of humor by mocking with irony
satiric:
 
a. Syn. mocking; ironic
mocking; exposing human folly to ridicule
saturate:
 
v. Syn. soak
soak, fill, or load to capacity; cause to unite with the greatest possible amount of another substance
saturated:
 
a. Syn. soaked; drenched
soaked; drenched; unable to hold or contain more; full
savage:
 
a. Syn. rude; wild; brutal
in a state of nature; wild; untamed; uncultivated; inhuman; brutal; not civilized; lacking polish; rude