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reducible
adj. That may be reduced.
redundance
n. Excess.
redundant
adj. Constituting an excess.
reestablish
v. To restore.
refer
v. To direct or send for information or other purpose.
referrer
n. One who refers.
referable
adj. Ascribable.
referee
n. An umpire.
refinery
n. A place where some crude material, as sugar or petroleum, is purified.
reflectible
adj. Capable of being turned back.
reflection
n. The throwing off or back of light, heat, sound, or any form of energy that travels in waves.
reflector
n. A mirror, as of metal, for reflecting light, heat, or sound in a particular direction.
reflexible
adj. Capable of being reflected.
reform
n. Change for the better.
reformer
n. One who carries out a reform.
refract
v. To bend or turn from a direct course.
refractory
adj. Not amenable to control.
refragable
adj. Capable of being refuted.
refringency
n. Power to refract.
refringent
adj. Having the power to refract.
refusal
n. Denial of what is asked.
refute
v. To prove to be wrong.
regale
v. To give unusual pleasure.
regalia
n. pl. The emblems of royalty.
regality
n. Royalty.
regenerate
v. To reproduce.
regent
n. One who is lawfully deputized to administer the government for the time being in the name of the ruler.
regicide
n. The killing of a king or sovereign.
regime
n. Particular conduct or administration of affairs.
regimen
n. A systematized order or course of living with reference to food, clothing and personal habits.
regiment
n. A body of soldiers.
regnant
adj. Exercising royal authority in one's own right.
regress
v. To return to a former place or condition.
regretful
adj. Feeling, expressive of, or full of regret.
rehabilitate
v. To restore to a former status, capacity, right rank, or privilege.
reign
v. To hold and exercise sovereign power.
reimburse
v. To pay back as an equivalent of what has been expended.
rein
n. A step attached to the bit for controlling a horse or other draft-animal.
reinstate
v. To restore to a former state, station, or authority.
reiterate
v. To say or do again and again.
rejoin
v. To reunite after separation.
rejuvenate
v. To restore to youth.
rejuvenescence
n. A renewal of youth.
relapse
v. To suffer a return of a disease after partial recovery.
relegate
v. To send off or consign, as to an obscure position or remote destination.
relent
v. To yield.
relevant
adj. Bearing upon the matter in hand.
reliance
n. Dependence.
reliant
adj. Having confidence.
relinquish
v. To give up using or having.
reliquary
n. A casket, coffer, or repository in which relics are kept.
relish
v. To like the taste or savor of.
reluctance
n. Unwillingness.
reluctant
adj. Unwilling.
remembrance
n. Recollection.
reminiscence
n. The calling to mind of incidents within the range of personal knowledge or experience.
reminiscent
adj. Pertaining to the recollection of matters of personal interest.
remiss
adj. Negligent.
remission
n. Temporary diminution of a disease.
remodel
v. Reconstruct.
remonstrance
n. Reproof.
remonstrant
adj. Having the character of a reproof.
remonstrate
v. To present a verbal or written protest to those who have power to right or prevent a wrong.
remunerate
v. To pay or pay for.
remuneration
n. Compensation.
Renaissance
n. The revival of letters, and then of art, which marks the transition from medieval to modern time.
rendezvous
n. A prearranged place of meeting.
rendition
n. Interpretation.
renovate
v. To restore after deterioration, as a building.
renunciation
n. An explicit disclaimer of a right or privilege.
reorganize
v. To change to a more satisfactory form of organization.
reparable
adj. Capable of repair.
reparation
n. The act of making amends, as for an injury, loss, or wrong.
repartee
n. A ready, witty, or apt reply.
repeal
v. To render of no further effect.
repel
v. To force or keep back in a manner, physically or mentally.
repellent
adj. Having power to force back in a manner, physically or mentally.
repentance
n. Sorrow for something done or left undone, with desire to make things right by undoing the wrong.
repertory
n. A place where things are stored or gathered together.
repetition
n. The act of repeating.
repine
v. To indulge in fretfulness and faultfinding.
replenish
v. To fill again, as something that has been emptied.
replete
adj. Full to the uttermost.
replica
n. A duplicate executed by the artist himself, and regarded, equally with the first, as an original.
repository
n. A place in which goods are stored.
reprehend
v. To find fault with.
reprehensible
adj. Censurable.
reprehension
n. Expression of blame.
repress
v. To keep under restraint or control.
repressible
adj. Able to be kept under restraint or control.
reprieve
v. To grant a respite from punishment to.
reprimand
v. To chide or rebuke for a fault.
reprisal
n. Any infliction or act by way of retaliation on an enemy.
reprobate
n. One abandoned to depravity and sin.
reproduce
v. To make a copy of.
reproduction
n. The process by which an animal or plant gives rise to another of its kind.
reproof
n. An expression of disapproval or blame personally addressed to one censured.
repudiate
v. To refuse to have anything to do with.
repugnance
n. Thorough dislike.
repugnant
adj. Offensive to taste and feeling.
repulse
n. The act of beating or driving back, as an attacking or advancing enemy.
repulsive
adj. Grossly offensive.
repute
v. To hold in general opinion.
requiem
n. A solemn mass sung for the repose of the souls of the dead.
requisite
adj. Necessary.
requital
n. Adequate return for good or ill.
requite
v. To repay either good or evil to, as to a person.
rescind
v. To make void, as an act, by the enacting authority or a superior authority.
reseat
v. To place in position of office again.
resemblance
n. Similarity in quality or form.
resent
v. To be indignant at, as an injury or insult.
reservoir
n. A receptacle where a quantity of some material, especially of a liquid or gas, may be kept.
residue
n. A remainder or surplus after a part has been separated or otherwise treated.
resilience
n. The power of springing back to a former position
resilient
adj. Having the quality of springing back to a former position.
resistance
n. The exertion of opposite effort or effect.
resistant
adj. Offering or tending to produce resistance.
resistive
adj. Having or exercising the power of resistance.
resistless
adj. Powerless.
resonance
n. The quality of being able to reinforce sound by sympathetic vibrations.
resonance
adj. Able to reinforce sound by sympathetic vibrations.
resonate
v. To have or produce resonance.
resource
n. That which is restored to, relied upon, or made available for aid or support.
respite
n. Interval of rest.
resplendent
adj. Very bright.
respondent
adj. Answering.
restitution
n. Restoration of anything to the one to whom it properly belongs.
resumption
n. The act of taking back, or taking again.
resurgent
adj. Surging back or again.
resurrection
n. A return from death to life
resuscitate
v. To restore from apparent death.
retaliate
v. To repay evil with a similar evil.
retch
v. To make an effort to vomit.
retention
n. The keeping of a thing within one's power or possession.
reticence
n. The quality of habitually keeping silent or being reserved in utterance.
reticent
adj. Habitually keeping silent or being reserved in utterance.
retinue
n. The body of persons who attend a person of importance in travel or public appearance.
retort
n. A retaliatory speech.
retouch
v. To modify the details of.
retrace
v. To follow backward or toward the place of beginning, as a track or marking.
retract
v. To recall or take back (something that one has said).
retrench
v. To cut down or reduce in extent or quantity.
retrieve
v. To recover something by searching.
retroactive
adj. Operative on, affecting, or having reference to past events, transactions, responsibilities.
retrograde
v. To cause to deteriorate or to move backward.
retrogression
n. A going or moving backward or in a reverse direction.
retrospect
n. A view or contemplation of something past.
retrospective
adj. Looking back on the past.
reunite
v. To unite or join again, as after separation.
revelation
n. A disclosing, discovering, or making known of what was before secret, private, or unknown.
revere
v. To regard with worshipful veneration.
reverent
adj. Humble.
reversion
n. A return to or toward some former state or condition.
revert
v. To return, or turn or look back, as toward a former position or the like.
revile
v. To heap approach or abuse upon.
revisal
n. Revision.
revise
v. To examine for the correction of errors, or for the purpose of making changes.
revocation
n. Repeal.
revoke
v. To rescind.
rhapsody
n. Rapt or rapturous utterance.
rhetoric
n. The art of discourse.
rhetorician
n. A showy writer or speaker.
ribald
adj. Indulging in or manifesting coarse indecency or obscenity.
riddance
n. The act or ridding or delivering from something undesirable.
ridicule
n. Looks or acts expressing amused contempt.
ridiculous
adj. Laughable and contemptible.
rife
adj. Abundant.
righteousness
n. Rectitude.
rightful
adj. Conformed to a just claim according to established laws or usage.
rigmarole
n. Nonsense.
rigor
n. Inflexibility.
rigorous
adj. Uncompromising.
ripplet
n. A small ripple, as of water.
risible
adj. capable of exciting laughter.
rivulet
n. A small stream or brook.
robust
adj. Characterized by great strength or power of endurance.
rondo
n. A musical composition during which the first part or subject is repeated several times.
rookery
n. A place where crows congregate to breed.
rotary
adj. Turning around its axis, like a wheel, or so constructed as to turn thus.
rotate
v. To cause to turn on or as on its axis, as a wheel.
rote
n. Repetition of words or sounds as a means of learning them, with slight attention.
rotund
adj. Round from fullness or plumpness.
rudimentary
adj. Being in an initial, early, or incomplete stage of development.
rue
v. To regret extremely.
ruffian
adj. A lawless or recklessly brutal fellow.
ruminant
adj. Chewing the cud.
ruminate
v. To chew over again, as food previously swallowed and regurgitated.
rupture
v. To separate the parts of by violence.
rustic
adj. Characteristic of dwelling in the country.
ruth
n. Sorrow for another's misery.
sacrifice
v. To make an offering of to deity, especially by presenting on an altar.
sacrificial
adj. Offering or offered as an atonement for sin.
sacrilege
n. The act of violating or profaning anything sacred.
sacrilegious
adj. Impious.
safeguard
v. To protect.
sagacious
adj. Able to discern and distinguish with wise perception.
salacious
adj. Having strong sexual desires.
salience
n. The condition of standing out distinctly.
salient
adj. Standing out prominently.
saline
adj. Constituting or consisting of salt.
salutary
adj. Beneficial.
salutation
n. Any form of greeting, hailing, or welcome, whether by word or act.
salutatory
n. The opening oration at the commencement in American colleges.
salvage
n. Any act of saving property.
salvo
n. A salute given by firing all the guns, as at the funeral of an officer.
sanctimonious
adj. Making an ostentatious display or hypocritical pretense of holiness or piety.
sanction
v. To approve authoritatively.
sanctity
n. Holiness.
sanguinary
adj. Bloody.
sanguine
adj. Having the color of blood.
sanguineous
adj. Consisting of blood.
sapid
adj. Affecting the sense of taste.
sapience
n. Deep wisdom or knowledge.
sapient
adj. Possessing wisdom.
sapiential
adj. Possessing wisdom.
saponaceous
adj. Having the nature or quality of soap.
sarcasm
n. Cutting and reproachful language.
sarcophagus
n. A stone coffin or a chest-like tomb.
sardonic
adj. Scornfully or bitterly sarcastic.
satiate
v. To satisfy fully the appetite or desire of.
satire
n. The employment of sarcasm, irony, or keenness of wit in ridiculing vices.
satiric
adj. Resembling poetry, in which vice, incapacity ,or corruption is held up to ridicule.
satirize
v. To treat with sarcasm or derisive wit.
satyr
n. A very lascivious person.
savage
n. A wild and uncivilized human being.
savor
v. To perceive by taste or smell.
scabbard
n. The sheath of a sword or similar bladed weapon.
scarcity
n. Insufficiency of supply for needs or ordinary demands.
scholarly
adj. Characteristic of an erudite person.
scholastic
adj. Pertaining to education or schools.
scintilla
n. The faintest ray.
scintillate
v. To emit or send forth sparks or little flashes of light.
scope
n. A range of action or view.
scoundrel
n. A man without principle.
scribble
n. Hasty, careless writing.
scribe
n. One who writes or is skilled in writing.
script
n. Writing or handwriting of the ordinary cursive form.
Scriptural
adj. Pertaining to, contained in, or warranted by the Holy Scriptures.
scruple
n. Doubt or uncertainty regarding a question of moral right or duty.
scrupulous
adj. Cautious in action for fear of doing wrong.
scurrilous
adj. Grossly indecent or vulgar.
scuttle
v. To sink (a ship) by making holes in the bottom.
scythe
n. A long curved blade for mowing, reaping, etc.
seance
n. A meeting of spirituals for consulting spirits.
sear
v. To burn on the surface.
sebaceous
adj. Pertaining to or appearing like fat.
secant
adj. Cutting, especially into two parts.
secede
v. To withdraw from union or association, especially from a political or religious body.
secession
n. Voluntary withdrawal from fellowship, especially from political or religious bodies.
seclude
v. To place, keep, or withdraw from the companionship of others.
seclusion
n. Solitude.
secondary
adj. Less important or effective than that which is primary.
secondly
adv. In the second place in order or succession.
second-rate
adj. Second in quality, size, rank, importance, etc.
secrecy
n. Concealment.
secretary
n. One who attends to correspondence, keeps records. or does other writing for others.
secretive
adj. Having a tendency to conceal.
sedate
adj. Even-tempered.
sedentary
adj. Involving or requiring much sitting.
sediment
n. Matter that settles to the bottom of a liquid.
sedition
n. Conduct directed against public order and the tranquility of the state.
seditious
adj. Promotive of conduct directed against public order and the tranquility of the state.
seduce
v. To entice to surrender chastity.
sedulous
adj. Persevering in effort or endeavor.
seer
n. A prophet.
seethe
v. To be violently excited or agitated.
seignior
n. A title of honor or respectful address, equivalent to sir.
seismograph
n. An instrument for recording the phenomena of earthquakes.
seize
v. To catch or take hold of suddenly and forcibly.
selective
adj. Having the power of choice.
self-respect
n. Rational self-esteem.
semblance
n. Outward appearance.
semicivilized
adj. Half-civilized.
semiconscious
adj. Partially conscious.
semiannual
adj. Recurring at intervals of six months.
semicircle
n. A half-circle.
seminar
n. Any assemblage of pupils for real research in some specific study under a teacher.
seminary
n. A special school, as of theology or pedagogics.
senile
adj. Peculiar to or proceeding from the weakness or infirmity of old age.
sensation
n. A condition of mind resulting from spiritual or inherent feeling.
sense
n. The signification conveyed by some word, phrase, or action.
sensibility
n. Power to perceive or feel.
sensitive
adj. Easily affected by outside operations or influences.
sensorium
n. The sensory apparatus.
sensual
adj. Pertaining to the body or the physical senses.
sensuous
adj. Having a warm appreciation of the beautiful or of the refinements of luxury.
sentence
n. A related group of words containing a subject and a predicate and expressing a complete thought.
sentience
n. Capacity for sensation or sense-perception.
sentient
adj. Possessing the power of sense or sense-perception.
sentinel
n. Any guard or watch stationed for protection.
separable
adj. Capable of being disjoined or divided.
separate
v. To take apart.
separatist
n. A seceder.
septennial
adj. Recurring every seven years.
sepulcher
n. A burial-place.
sequacious
adj. Ready to be led.
sequel
n. That which follows in consequence of what has previously happened.
sequence
n. The order in which a number or persons, things, or events follow one another in space or time.
sequent
adj. Following in the order of time.
sequester
v. To cause to withdraw or retire, as from society or public life.
sequestrate
v. To confiscate.
sergeant
n. A non-commissioned military officer ranking next above a corporal.
sergeant-at-arms
n. An executive officer in legislative bodies who enforces the orders of the presiding officer.
sergeant-major
n. The highest non-commissioned officer in a regiment.
service
n. Any work done for the benefit of another.
serviceable
adj. Durable.
servitude
n. Slavery.
severance
n. Separation.
severely
adv. Extremely.
sextet
n. A band of six singers or players.
sextuple
adj. Multiplied by six.
sheer
adj. Absolute.
shiftless
adj. Wanting in resource, energy, or executive ability.
shrewd
adj. Characterized by skill at understanding and profiting by circumstances.
shriek
n. A sharp, shrill outcry or scream, caused by agony or terror.
shrinkage
n. A contraction of any material into less bulk or dimension.
shrivel
v. To draw or be drawn into wrinkles.
shuffle
n. A mixing or changing the order of things.
sibilance
n. A hissing sound.
sibilant
adj. Made with a hissing sound.
sibilate
v. To give a hissing sound to, as in pronouncing the letter s.
sidelong
adj. Inclining or tending to one side.
sidereal
adj. Pertaining to stars or constellations.
siege
n. A beleaguerment.
significance
n. Importance.
significant
adj. Important, especially as pointing something out.
signification
n. The meaning conveyed by language, actions, or signs.
similar
adj. Bearing resemblance to one another or to something else.
simile
n. A comparison which directs the mind to the representative object itself.
similitude
n. Similarity.
simplify
v. To make less complex or difficult.
simulate
v. Imitate.
simultaneous
adj. Occurring, done, or existing at the same time.
sinecure
n. Any position having emoluments with few or no duties.
singe
v. To burn slightly or superficially.
sinister
adj. Evil.
sinuosity
n. The quality of curving in and out.
sinuous
adj. Curving in and out.
sinus
n. An opening or cavity.
siren
n. A sea-nymph, described by Homer as dwelling between the island of Circe and Scylla.
sirocco
n. hot winds from Africa.
sisterhood
n. A body of sisters united by some bond of sympathy or by a religious vow.
skeptic
n. One who doubts any statements.
skepticism
n. The entertainment of doubt concerning something.
skiff
n. Usually, a small light boat propelled by oars.
skirmish
n. Desultory fighting between advanced detachments of two armies.
sleight
n. A trick or feat so deftly done that the manner of performance escapes observation.
slight
adj. Of a small importance or significance.
slothful
adj. Lazy.
sluggard
n. A person habitually lazy or idle.
sociable
adj. Inclined to seek company.
socialism
n. A theory of civil polity that aims to secure the reconstruction of society.
socialist
adj. One who advocates reconstruction of society by collective ownership of land and capital.
sociology
n. The philosophical study of society.
Sol
n. The sun.
solace
n. Comfort in grief, trouble, or calamity.
solar
adj. Pertaining to the sun.
solder
n. A fusible alloy used for joining metallic surfaces or margins.
soldier
n. A person engaged in military service.
solecism
n. Any violation of established rules or customs.
solicitor
n. One who represents a client in court of justice; an attorney.
solicitude
n. Uneasiness of mind occasioned by desire, anxiety, or fear.
soliloquy
n. A monologue.
solstice
n. The time of year when the sun is at its greatest declination.
soluble
adj. Capable of being dissolved, as in a fluid.
solvent
adj. Having sufficient funds to pay all debts.
somber
adj. Gloomy.
somniferous
adj. Tending to produce sleep.
somnolence
n. Oppressive drowsiness.
somnolent
adj. Sleepy.
sonata
n. An instrumental composition.
sonnet
n. A poem of fourteen decasyllabic or octosyllabiclines expressing two successive phrases.
sonorous
adj. Resonant.
soothsayer
n. One who claims to have supernatural insight or foresight.
sophism
n. A false argument understood to be such by the reasoner himself and intentionally used to deceive
sophistical
adj. Fallacious.
sophisticate
v. To deprive of simplicity of mind or manner.
sophistry
n. Reasoning sound in appearance only, especially when designedly deceptive.
soprano
n. A woman's or boy's voice of high range.
sorcery
n. Witchcraft.
sordid
adj. Of degraded character or nature.
souvenir
n. A token of remembrance.
sparse
adj. Thinly diffused.
Spartan
adj. Exceptionally brave; rigorously severe.
spasmodic
adj. Convulsive.
specialize
v. To assume an individual or specific character, or adopt a singular or special course.
specialty
n. An employment limited to one particular line of work.
specie
n. A coin or coins of gold, silver, copper, or other metal.
species
n. A classificatory group of animals or plants subordinate to a genus.
specimen
n. One of a class of persons or things regarded as representative of the class.
specious
adj. Plausible.
spectator
n. One who beholds or looks on.
specter
n. Apparition.
spectrum
n. An image formed by rays of light or other radiant energy.
speculate
v. To pursue inquiries and form conjectures.
speculator
n. One who makes an investment that involves a risk of loss, but also a chance of profit.
sphericity
n. The state or condition of being a sphere.
spheroid
n. A body having nearly the form of a sphere.
spherometer
n. An instrument for measuring curvature or radii of spherical surfaces.
spinous
adj. Having spines.
spinster
n. A woman who has never been married.
spontaneous
adj. Arising from inherent qualities or tendencies without external efficient cause.
sprightly
adj. Vivacious.
spurious
adj. Not genuine.
squabble
v. To quarrel.
squalid
adj. Having a dirty, mean, poverty-stricken appearance.
squatter
n. One who settles on land without permission or right.
stagnant
adj. Not flowing: said of water, as in a pool.
stagnate
v. To become dull or inert.
stagnation
n. The condition of not flowing or not changing.
stagy
adj. Having a theatrical manner.
staid
adj. Of a steady and sober character.
stallion
n. An uncastrated male horse, commonly one kept for breeding.
stanchion
n. A vertical bar, or a pair of bars, used to confine cattle in a stall.
stanza
n. A group of rimed lines, usually forming one of a series of similar divisions in a poem.
statecraft
n. The art of conducting state affairs.
static
adj. Pertaining to or designating bodies at rest or forces in equilibrium.
statics
n. The branch of mechanics that treats of the relations that subsist among forces in order.
stationary
adj. Not moving.
statistician
n. One who is skilled in collecting and tabulating numerical facts.
statuesque
adj. Having the grace, pose, or quietude of a statue.
statuette
n. A figurine.
stature
n. The natural height of an animal body.
statute
n. Any authoritatively declared rule, ordinance, decree, or law.
stealth
n. A concealed manner of acting.
stellar
adj. Pertaining to the stars.
steppe
n. One of the extensive plains in Russia and Siberia.
sterling
adj. Genuine.
stifle
v. To smother.
stigma
n. A mark of infamy or token of disgrace attaching to a person as the result of evil- doing.
stiletto
n. A small dagger.
stimulant
n. Anything that rouses to activity or to quickened action.
stimulate
v. To rouse to activity or to quickened action.
stimulus
n. Incentive.
stingy
adj. Cheap, unwilling to spend money.
stipend
n. A definite amount paid at stated periods in compensation for services or as an allowance.
Stoicism
n. The principles or the practice of the Stoics-being very even tempered in success and failure.
stolid
adj. Expressing no power of feeling or perceiving.
strait
n. A narrow passage of water connecting two larger bodies of water.
stratagem
n. Any clever trick or device for obtaining an advantage.
stratum
n. A natural or artificial layer, bed, or thickness of any substance or material. streamlet
stringency
n. Strictness.
stringent
adj. Rigid.
stripling
n. A mere youth.
studious
adj. Having or showing devotion to the acquisition of knowledge.
stultify
v. To give an appearance of foolishness to.
stupendous
adj. Of prodigious size, bulk, or degree.
stupor
n. Profound lethargy.
suasion
n. The act of persuading.
suave
adj. Smooth and pleasant in manner.
subacid
adj. Somewhat sharp or biting.
subaquatic
adj. Being, formed, or operating under water.
subconscious
adj. Being or occurring in the mind, but without attendant consciousness or conscious perception.
subjacent
adj. Situated directly underneath.
subjection
n. The act of bringing into a state of submission.
subjugate
v. To conquer.
subliminal
adj. Being beneath the threshold of consciousness.
sublingual
adj. Situated beneath the tongue.
submarine
adj. Existing, done, or operating beneath the surface of the sea.
submerge
v. To place or plunge under water.
submergence
n. The act of submerging.
submersible
adj. Capable of being put underwater.
submersion
n. The act of submerging.
submission
n. A yielding to the power or authority of another.
submittal
n. The act of submitting.
subordinate
adj. Belonging to an inferior order in a classification.
subsequent
adj. Following in time.
subservience
n. The quality, character, or condition of being servilely following another's behests.
subservient
adj. Servilely following another's behests.
subside
v. To relapse into a state of repose and tranquility.
subsist
v. To be maintained or sustained.
subsistence
n. Sustenance.
substantive
adj. Solid.
subtend
v. To extend opposite to.
subterfuge
n. Evasion.
subterranean
adj. Situated or occurring below the surface of the earth.
subtle
adj. Discriminating.
subtrahend
n. That which is to be subtracted.
subversion
n. An overthrow, as from the foundation.
subvert
v. To bring to ruin.
succeed
v. To accomplish what is attempted or intended.
success
n. A favorable or prosperous course or termination of anything attempted.
successful
adj. Having reached a high degree of worldly prosperity.
successor
n. One who or that which takes the place of a predecessor or preceding thing.
succinct
adj. Concise.
succulent
adj. Juicy.
succumb
v. To cease to resist.
sufferance
n. Toleration.
sufficiency
n. An ample or adequate supply.
suffrage
n. The right or privilege of voting.
suffuse
v. To cover or fill the surface of.
suggestible
adj. That can be suggested.
suggestive
adj. Stimulating to thought or reflection.
summary
n. An abstract.
sumptuous
adj. Rich and costly.
superabundance
n. An excessive amount.
superadd
v. To add in addition to what has been added.
superannuate
v. To become deteriorated or incapacitated by long service.
superb
adj. Sumptuously elegant.
supercilious
adj. Exhibiting haughty and careless contempt.