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Sackposset, såk-pôs'sit. s. a posset made of Sake, såke. s. final cause, end milk and sack

||Salacious, si-la'shns. a. lustful, lecherous Sacrament, såk'kra-ment. B. an oath ; an Salacity, så-lås'se-tê. s. lust, lechery

outward and visible sign of an rhward and Salad, sålflåd. 8. food of raw herbs

spiritual grace; the holy communion Salary, sål'lå-ré. s. stated hire, periodical Sacramental, såk-krá-ment'ål. a. constituting) payment a sacrament

Sale, såle. s. the act of selling ; vent; auction Sacred, så'krêd. a. holy; consecrated Saleable, sa'la-bl. a. vendible, fit for sale Sacredness, så'kred-nes. 8. holiness

Salesman, sålz'mån, 8. one who sells clothes Sacrifice, såk'kré-fize. v. a. to offer to heaven, Salework, såle'wůrk. s. work for sale to immolate ; to devote with loss

Salient, så'lė-ént. a. leaping, bounding Sacrifice, säk'kré-fize. s. the act of offering ;) Saline, så-line', a. consisting of salt

thing offered or immolated; any thing de- Saliva, så-il'vå. 5. every thing that is spit up stroyed or quitted for the sake of something but it more strictly signifies that juice wbich else

(sacrifice

is seperated by the glands called salival Sacrificial, sák- kré-rish'ål.

a. performing Salivary, så l'é-vå-ré. a. relating to spittle Sacrilege, såk'kré-ifdje. s. the crime of rob- Salivate, sål'le-råte. v. a. to purge by the bing heaven [things sacred salival glands

[by spitting Sacrilegious, såk-kré-lè'jůs. a. violating Salivation, sål-lé-vá'shản. s. a method of cure Sacrilegiously, såk-kré-lé"jủs-lè. ad. with sa-Sallow, såi'ld. a. sickly, yellow crilege

Sallowness, sål'18-nés. s. yellowsess, sickness Sacristy, sak'kris-tė. s. an apartment where Sally, sål’lė. s. eruption ; quick egiess; frolick

the consecrated vessels or -moveables of a Sallyport, sål’ld-port. s. gate at which sallies church are deposited

are made Sad, såd. a. sorrowful, afflictive

Salmagundi, sål-ma-gủn'dė. s. a mixture of Saddea, sad'dn. v. a. to make sad

chopped meat and pickled herrings, with Saddle, såd'al. s. the seat which is put upon a oil, vinegar, pepper, and onions

horse for the accommodation of the rider Salmon, sâm'ınún. s. a well known fish Saddle, sad'dl. v. a. to cover with a saddle : Salmontrout, sâm-mủn-trôůt'. s. a trout that to load

(sadules! has some resemblarce to a salmon Saddler, såd'lúr. s. one whose trade is to make Sait, sålt. s. a body whose two essential pro Sadly, sad'lė. ad. sorrowfully, mournfully perties seem to be dissolubility in water and Sadness, såd'nès. s. sorrowfulness

a pungent sapor ; wit Safe, såfe. a. free from danger

Salt, sålt. a. having the taste of salt Safe, såfe. 8. & buttery, a pantry Crant to pass Salt, sålt. v. a. to season with salt Safeconduct, såfe-kon'důkt. 8. convog ; war-Saltation, sål-tà'shủn. s. the act of dancing or Safeguard, sáfe'gyård. s. defence, security jumping

[the table Safely, såfe'lė. ad. in a safe manner Saltcellar, sålt’sêl-lứr. 8. vessel of salt set oa Safety, såre'tė. 6. freedom from danger Saltish, sålt'ísl. a. somewhat salt Saffron, såf'fúrn. s. a plant

Saltness, sålt'nés. 8. taste of salt Saffron, såf'fůrn. a. yellow

Saltpetre, sålt-péè'tůr. s. nitre

[ful Sagacious, så-gå'shús. a. quick of scent ; quickSalubrious, sa-li'bre-ús. a. wholesome, healthof thought

acuteness Salubrity, să-lu'bre-tê. s. wholesomeness Sagacity, să-gås'sd-tě. 8. quickness of scent : Salutary, sål'ld-tå-re. a. wholesoine, healthful Sage, sá lje. 6. a plan; a philosopher Salutation, sal-lů-taʼshủn. s. the act or style Sage, sådje. a. wise, grave, prudent

of saluting, greeting Sagely, sádje'lė. ad. wisely, prudently Salute, så-låte'. r. a. to greet, to hail; to kise Sago, sa'gd. s. a kind of eatable grain Salute, sa-ldte'. s. salutation; a kiss Said, sêd. pret. and part. pass. of say Salutiferous, sal-lu-tir'fêr-ús. a. healthy, bringSaik, så'lk. 8. a Turkish vessel

ing health

(being saved Sail, såle. s. a capvass sheet ; a ship Salvability, sål-va-bli'd-tė. 6. 'possibility of Sail, såle. v. n. to be mored by the wind with Salyage, sål'vidje. 8. a recompense for saving sails; to pass by sea

goods from a wreck

[eternal death Sailor, så'lůr. s. a seaman [sail is extended Salvation, sål-vá'shủn, s. preservation from Sailyard, såle'yård. . the pole on which the Salvatory, sålva-túr-ė. s. a place where any Sainfoin, sân'fðin. B. a kind of herb

thing is preserved Saint, sånt. 6. a. person eminent for piety Salve, sålv. 8. a glutinous matter applied to Saint, sånt. v. a. to cannonize

wounds and hurts ; remedy Lapplied Sainted, sånt'éd. a. holy, pious

Salve, såly. V. a. to cure with with medicaments Saintlike, sảnt'llke. a. becoming a saint Salver, sål'vůr. & a plate co which any thing Salatly, sånt'le, ad. like a saint

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Salvo, sålvj. s. an exception, a reservation||Sardonyx, sảr'dd-niks. 8. a precious stone Same, såme, a. identical, of the like kind Sarsaparilla, sảr-så-på-rfl'la. s. a plant Sameness, såme'nés. s. identity

Sash, såsh. s. a belt; a silken band Samphire, sâm'fir, 8. a plant

Sat, såt. the pret. of sit
Sample, såm'pl. 8. a specimen

Satan, så'tån. 8. the prince of hell
Sampler, såm'pi-ửr. 8. a pattern of work Satanical, så-tan'ne-kål.
Sanable, san' na-bl. a. curable

a. devilish

Satanick, så-tan'nik. Sanative, sån'nâ-tiv. a. healing

Satebel, såtsh'il. 8. a little bag Sanctification, sângk-te-fé-kå'shủn. s. the act|Sate, sắte. v. a. to satiate, to glut of making holy, consecration

Satellite, såt'tel-Ilte. 5. a small planet revolv Sanctifier, sångk'te-fi-úr. s. he that sanctifies ing round a larger Sanctify, sảngk'te-ri. v. a. to make holy Satiate, så'shé-åte. v. a. to satisfy, to fill Sanctimonious, sångk-te-mo'nė-ús. a. saintly Satiate, så'she-áte. a. glutted Sanctimony, sångk'tė-md-nė. s. holiness, ap-||Satiety, så-ti'è-tė. s. more than enough, state pearance of holiness

[tion; ratification of being palled Sanction, sångk'shủn. s. the act of confirma-Satin, såt'tin. s. a soft, close, and shining silk Sanctitude, sångk'te-túde.

Satire, så'tůr, såt'ůr, så'tire, or såt'ère. 8. a

s. holiness Sanctity, sångk'té-tė.

poem in which wickedness or folly are Sanctuary, sångk'tshd-a-rė. s. a holy place ; a censured sacred asylum

Satirical, sa-t{r're-kål. Sand, sand. s. stope broken to powder

a. belonging to sa

Satirick, så-tîr'rik. Sandal, san'dål. s. a loose shoe

tire ; severe in language Sandstone, sảnd'stone. s. stone of a loose and Satirist, såt'túr-ist. s. one who writes satires friable kind

Satirise, såç'tůr-ize. v. a. to censure as in a Sandy, sảnd'è. a. full of sand

satire Sane, sảne. a. sound, healthy

Satisfaction, sat-tie-råk'ahủn. 8. the state of Sang, sång. the pret. of sing

being pleased ; gratification; atonement Sanguiferous, sång-gwit'fér-ửs. a. conveying|Satisfactorily, sát tis-fák'tůr-é-lé. ad. in a blood

(derous satisfactory manner (tent; atoning Sanguinary, sång'gwé-nå-rè. a. cruel, mur-Satisfactory, sát-tis-fák'tür-é. a. giving conSanguine, sång'gwỉn. a. red; warm, ardent Satisfy, sát'tis-fl. v. a. to content; to feed to Sanguineous, sång-gwin'd-is. a. abounding the fill; to recompense ; to convince with blood

[among tbe Jews Saturate, sât'tshå-råte, v. a. to impregnate Sanhedrim, sản'hé-drim. s. the chief council till no more can be received (week Sanies, sa'né-éz, 8. tbin matter

Saturday, sât'túr-dė. s. the last day of the Sanity, sån'é-te. s. soundness of mind Saturity, så-tu're-té. s. fulness Sank, sångk. the pret. of sink

Saturn, så'tůrn, or såt'tůrn. 6. the remotest Sap, cap. s. the vital juice of plants

planet of the solar system; in chemistry, Sap, såp. v. a. to undermine

lead Sapience, så'pe-ense. s. wisdom, sageness Saturnine, sat'tůr-nine. a. gloomy, melancholy Sapient, sa'pe-ént. a. wise, sage

Satyr, så'túr, or såt'ůr. s. a sylvan god Sapless, såpʻlés. a. wanting sap

Sauce, sảwse. s. something eaten with food to Sapling, såp'ling. s. a young tree

improve its taste

(petulant fellow Saponaceous, sap-b-na shủs.

Saucebox, sảwse'boks. s. an impertinent or

a. soapy Sayonary, sắp pô-ni-re.

Saucepa a, såwse'pån. 8. a small skillet with a Sapor, sa'pår. s. taste, power of stimulating long handle

(which a tea-cup is set the palate

[blue colour Saucer, såwsúr. 8. a piatter of china, into Sapphire, sålfir. s. a precious stone of a Sauciness, såw'sé-nés. 8. impudence, petulance Sappiness, såp'pė-nés. s. succulence, juiciness |Saucy, sảw'sé. a. pert, insolent Sappy, såp'pé. 6. juicy, succulent; young Saunter, sản'tûr, or såwn'tûr. v. n. to wander Saraband, sår'ra-bånd. s. a Spanish dance about idly, to loiter Earcasm, sár’kázm. s. a keen reproach, a tauntSausage, såů's idje, or sås'sidje. 9. a roll made Sarcastically, sảr-kås'td-kál-ė. ad. tauntingly, commonly of pork or beef minced very severely

small, with salt and spice Sarcastical, sår-kás'te-kål.

Savage, såv'vidje. 2. wild, barbarous Sarcastick, sảr-kas'tik.

taunting,

Savage, såv'vidje. s. a barbarian

Savanna, så-van'nå. s. an open meadow with Sarcenet, sårse'nêt. s. fine thin-woven silk. out wood

(destruction Sarcophagus, sår-köf'fa-gủs. s. a tomb, in| Save, såve. v. a. to preserve from danger or

which the human flesh is ccnsumed and|Save, såve. ad. except [ends of candles eaten away by time

Saveall, såve'åll. s. a small pan to save the

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Saving, så' ving, a frugal, parsimonious Scantlet, skäut'iết. s. a small pattern
Saving, så'ving. ad. with exception Scantling, skånt'ling. 3. a quantity cut for
Saving, så ving. s. escape of expense, some particular purpose ; a sinall quantity
what preserved

Scanty, skân'tė. a. narrow, small
Saviour, save'yir. 5. Redeemer

Scape, skåpe. v. a. to escape, to shun Savour, sà' vůr. s. a scent, odour

Scapula, skåp'd-lá. s. the shoulder blade Savour, så'vůr. v. n. to have any particular||Scar, skår. s. a mark made by burt or fire, a smell or taste (piquant to the taste cicatrix

[motley dress Savoury, så' vůr-ė. a. pleasing to the smell ;||Scaramouch, skåra-moltsh. 8. a buffoon in Savoy, så-ve'. s. a sort of colewort

skårse, a. rare, not common Saw, såw. the pret. of see

Scarce, skårse.
Saw, sảw. s. a dentated instrument for cut-Scarcely, skårse'le.

ad. hardly, scantily ting ; a proverb [cut timher. Scarceness, skårse'nês.

3. sma'lness of quanSaw, såw. v. a. part. pass, sawed and sawn. to Scarcity, skår'se-té. Sawdust, såw'dúst. 8. dust made by sawing' tity; penury ; rareness Sawpit, såw'pft. s. a pit where wood is sawa Scare, skåre. v. a. to frighten, to terrify Sawyer, sảw'yúr. 8. one who saws timber Scarecrow, skåre'kró. a. an image to fright Saxifrage, såk'se-frådje. 5. a plant

birds

Eupon the shoulders Say, sả. v. a. pret. said, to speak; to tell Scarf, skảrf. s. any thing that hangs loose Saying, så'ing. s. expression

Scarfskin, skårf'skfn. s. the cuticle; the epiScab, skåb. s. an incrustation over a sore

dermis

(the skin with a lancet Scabbard, skåb'bůrd. s. the sheath of a sword Scarification, skår-é-fé-ka'shủn. s. incision of Scabby, skab'bé, a. diseased with scabs Scarity, skår're-fl. v a. to lance or cut the Scabious, ska'bê-ús. a. itchy, leprous

skin

icolour Scabrous, ska'brås. a rough, rugged Scarlet, skår'lết. 8. a beautiful bright red Scaffold, skåf'fúld. 6. a temporary stage raised Scarlet, skår'lết. a. of the colour of scarlet

either for shows or spectators; the gallery | Scarp, skảrf. 8. the slope of a ditch raised for execution of malefactors

Scate, ekåte. &. an iron to slide with ; a fish Scatfolding, skåf'fül-ding. s. building slightly || Scate, skåte. v. n. to slide on scates erected

Scathful, skåth'fůl. a. mischievous, destructive Scalade, skå-låde'. s. a storm given to a place Scatter, skåt'tûr. v. a. to dissipate, to disperse

by raising ladders against the walls Scavenger, skåv'in-jůr. . one wbose proScald, skåld. v. a. to burn with hot liqnor vince is to keep the streets clean Scale, skåle. s. part of the covering of a fish : Scene, séén. b. the stage ; appearance, a dis

a balance ; means of ascent; a figure sub play ; part of a play divided by lines; gamut

Scenery, sèèn'ér-rè. 8. representation; the Scale, skåle. v. a. to climb as by ladders; to disposition and consecution of the scenes of a take off a thin lamina

play Scaliness, skå'le-nés. s. the state of being scaly||Scenick, sển'nik. a. dramatick, theatrical Scall, skåwl. s. leprosy

Scenography, sė-nôg'grå-fé. s. the art of perScallion, skål'yản. s. a kind of onion

spective

[cbase followed by smell Scallop, skôl'ủp. v. a. to mark on the edge Scent, sếnt. 8. the power of smelling, smell with segments of circles

Scent, sent. v. a, to smell; to perfume Scalp, skålp. s. the scull (integuments || Sceptick, s.---See Skeptick Scalp, skålp. v. a. to deprive the scull of its | Sceptre, sép'tůr. s. the ensign of royalty Scaly, skå'lė. a. covered with scales

borne in the hand Scamınony, skåm'm-né. 8. a concreted juiceSchedule, sed'jůle, or sked'jåle. s. a small drawn from an Asiatic plant

soroll; a little inventory Scamper, skåm'půr. v. D. to fy with speed|Scheine, skėme. s. a plan, design, a project and trepidation

Schemer, ske'mir. s. projector Scan, skån. v. a. to examine a verse by count-Schism, ofzm. 8. a separation or division in ing the feet; to examine nicely

the church Scandal, skån'dål. 6. reproachsul aspersion, Schismatick, siz'må-tik. s. one who separates opprobrious censure, infamy

from the true church

(ters Scandalize, skån'då-lize. v. a. to disgrace, Scholar, ekol'ůlr. 8. a disciple; a man of letto defame

(shamefu:||Scholarship, sk3l'lůr-ship. 8. learning Scandalous, skån'di-135.

opprobrious, Scholastick, skô-las'tik. a. pertaining to the Scansion, skån'shủn. 8. the act or practice on school

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Scholiast, akd'ld-åst. s. a writer of explanato. Scant, skånt. a. parsimonios

Scholium, skoal-om. B. an explanatory obser Scantiness, skån'tènds. H. Darrow ness

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School, skobl. s. a house of discipline and||Scoria, skd're-å. s. dross, recrement

instruction ; a place of literary education Scorious, sko'ré-ìs. a. drossy, recrementitious School, sk/l. v. a. to instruct, to traia Scorn, skórn. v. a. to despise Schoolboy, skõll'ból. s. a boy that is in his Scorn, skórn. s. contempt, scoff rudiments at school

Scorner, skórn'ùr. s. contemner, despiser Schoolfellow, sk881'rel-18. 8. one bred at the Scornful, skórn'fül. a. contemptuous,insolent same school

Scornfully, skórn'sůl-lé, ad. insolently Schoolman, 8k331'mán. 8. one versed in aca-Scorpion, skôr'pe-ûn. s. a reptile; one of the demical disputation

signs of the zodiack; a sea-fish Schoolmaster, sk831' màs-tür.

whoScot, skôt. s. shot, payment teaches in a school

Scotch, skótsh. v. a. to cut with shallow in Schoolmistress, sk881'mis-tris. s. a

cisions who governs a school

Scotch, skótsh. a. belonging to Scotland Sciatica, si-át'té-kå.

s. the hip gont

Sco'indrel, skoin'dıll. s. a mean rascal Sciatick, si-at'tik.

Scour, skoúr. v. a. to rub hard, in order Sciatical, sl-åt'tė-kål. a. afflicting the hip to clean the surface ; to cleanse ; to pass Science,sl'ense. s. knowledge ; art attained by swiftly

(rubbing precepts, or built on principles

Scourer, skokr 'ůr.

that cleans by Sciential, si-én'shål. a. producing science Scourge, skúrje. s. a whip, a lash Scientifical, si-en-tir'fé-kål.

Scourge, skúrje. V. a. to lash with a whip; to

8. produScientifick, sl-en-tiririk.

castigate cing demonstrative knowledge

Scout, skidt. s. one who is sent privily to Scimitar, sim'me-túr. s. a short sword with a observe the motions of the enemy convex edge

Scowl, skull. s. n, to frown, to look angry Scintillation, sin-til-là'shủn. s. the act of Scow), skidl. s. look of sullenness or dissparkling

íperficially content Sciolist, slo-líst. s. one who knows things su-|Scrabble, skråb'bl. v. n. to paw with the Sciomachy, sl-dmn'må-ké. 8. battle with a

hands shadow

Scrag, skråg. . any thing thin or lean Scion, slớn. s. a small twig taken from one Scraggy, skråg'gė.

a. lean, thin tree to be engrafted into another Scramble, skråm'bl. v. p. to catch eagerly Scirrhus, skir'rús. 6. an indurated gland

to climb by the help of the hands Scirrhous, skir'rús. a. having a gland indu- Scramble, skråm'bl. 8. eager contest for rated

something Scissible, sis'se-bl.

Scrambler, skråm'bl-ůr. 8. one that scrambles Scissile, sis'sil.

a. capable of being Scranch, skrånsh. v. a. to grind between the cut or divided

teeth Scission, sizh’ản. s. the act of cutting Scrap, skråp. 8. a small particle Scissors, siz'zủrz. 6. a small pair of shears Scrape, skrápe. y. a. to deprive of the surface Scissore, sizh'dre. 8. a crack, a rent

by the light action of a sharp instrument; Scoff, skf. v. D. to treat with insolent ridi to take away by scraping cule

Scrape, skråpe. 8. difficulty, distress Scoff, skóf. s. contemptuous ridicule Scraper, skrå'půr. 8. instrument with which Scoffer, skór før. s. insolent ridiculer, saucy any thing is scraped ; a miser; à vile fid

dler Scold, skdid. v. n. to quarrel clamorously Scratch, shråtsh. v. a. to tear with the nails ; Scold, sköld, s. a clamorous rude woman to write or draw awkwardly Scollop, sköl'lớp. s. a shell-fish

Scratch, skråtsb. s. laceration with the nails; Sconce, skônse. s. a fort; the head; a pen a slight wound

(write unskilfully cil, candlestick

Scrawl, skrawl. v. a. to draw clumsily · to Scovce, skonse. v. a. to mulct, to fine Scrati, skråwl. s. unskilful and inelegant Scoop, skidp. s. a kind of large ladle

writing Scoop, skóp. v. a. to lade out

Screak, skréke. v. n. to make a shrill noise Scope, skope. s. aim, intention, drift Scream, skréine, v. ni to cry out shrilly Scorbutick, skôr-butik, a diseased with the Scream, skréme. s. a shrill loud cry of terror scurvy

or pain Scorch, skôrtsh. v. a. to burn superficially Screech, skréétsh. v. n. to cry out as in terror Score, skóre. 6. a line drawn; account or anguish ; to cry as an owl kept ; debt; motive; twenty

Screen, skréén. s. any thing that afforda Score, skóre, v. a. to set down as a debt; to shelter impute to mark by a lige

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Screw, skr88. 8. of the mechanical||Scurf, skúrf. s. a kind of dry scabs , any

powers; a kind of twisted nail which en thing sticking on the surface

ters by turning (fasten with a screw Scurfiness, skúrf'é-nés, s. the state of being Screw, skről. v. a. to turn by a screw; to Scurrility, skûr-ril'é-cė. s. low abuse Scribble, skrib'bl. v. a. to write without Scurrilous, skůr'ril-ứs. a. grossly opprobrious use or elegance

Scurvily, skór' vé-lé. ad. vilely, basely Scribble, skrib'bl. a. worthless writing:

Scurvy,

skór' vė. s. a distemper Scribbler, skrib'bl-ửr. 8. a petty author Scurvy, skůr'vė. a. diseased with the scurvy; Scribe, skribe. s. a writer

worthless, contemptible Scrip, skrip. s. a small bag

Scut, skůt. s. the tail of a hare, &c. Scriptory, skrip'tůr-ė. a. written

Scutcheon, skůtsh'ín. 8. the shield represented Scriptural, skrip'tshú-rål. a. contained in the in heraldry Bible, biblical

Scuttle, skût'tl. s. a wide shallow basket; Scripture, skrip'tshåre. s. the Bible Scuttle, skůt'tl. v. 2. to run with affected preScrirener, skriv'nůr. 8. one who draws con cipitation tracts

Sea, sè, s. the ocean; a collection of water Scrofula, skrof'd-lá. s. a depravation of the Seaborn, se'børn. a. born of the sea

humours of the body, which breaks out in Seaboy, sé'bởé. 5. boy employed on shipsores cuinmonly called the king's evil

board

(the sea Scrofulous, skrof'&-lús. a. diseased with the Seabreeze, sè'brèze. s. wind blowing from scrofula

Seacoal, se'kole. s. coal brought to London Scroll, skróle. s. a writing rolled up Scrub, skrůb. v. a. to rub hard with something Seacoast, sê-kost'. .. shore, edge of the sea coarse and rough

Seafaring, sdfa-ring. a. travelling by sea Scrub, skrůb, 8. a mean fellow

Seafight, sè-fite'. s. battle of ships Scrubbed, skrúb'bid.

Seagirt, sė'gért. a. encircled by the sea Scrubby, skrůb'bě. j a mean, vile

Seagreen, sé'green. a. resembling the colour Scruple, skr88'pl. s. doubt ; twenty grains of the distant sea Scruple, scr83'pl. v. n. to doubt, to esitate Seaman, se'mån. s. a sailor, a navigator Scrupulosity, skr88-på-lôs'é-te. 8. minute and Seanymph, sê-nimf'. s. a goddess of the sea

nice doubtfulness ; tenderness of conscience Seapiece, se'péėse. B. a picture representing Scrupulous, skr88'pá-lús. a. nicely doubtful ;

any thing at sea cautious [being scrupulous Seaport, se'

'port. 8. & barbour Scrupulousness, skrob'pů-lis-nés. s. the state of Searoom, sê'rdim. s. open sea, spacious main Scrutable, skrð3'ta-bl. a. discoverable by in-|Seashore, sé-shore'. s. the coast of the sea quiry

(inquiries Seasick, sé'stk. a. sick, as new voyagers on Scrutinous, skr88'tin-ús. a. captious, full of

(seamen Scrutiny, skrbt'te-nė. s. inquiry, search, ex-||Seaterm, se'térm. 8. word of art used by amination

(examine Seawater, sè'wå-túr. s. the salt water of the Scrutinize, skr88'tin-ize. v. a. to search, to Scrutoire, skr33-tóre'.-8. a case of drawers Seal, séle. 8. the sea-calf for writing

[precipitation Seal, séle, 8. a stamp; the impression made Scud, skůd. 7. n. to fly, to run away with

in wax

(firma Scuddle, skûd'd). v. n. to ruu with a kind of Seal, sėle. v. a. to fasten with a seal; to conaffected precipitation

Sealingwax, s'ling-waks. s. hard wax used Scuffle, skůt' A. 8. & confused quarrel

to seal letters Scuffle, skůf'A. v. n. to fight confusedly Seam, sėme. 8. what joins two pieces together; Sculk, skôlk. v. n to lurk in hiding places Seam, séme. v. a. to join together; to scar Scull, skol. s. the bone which incases and Seamless, séme'lês. a. having no seam defends the brain; a small hoat

Sear, sère. a. dry Sculler, skûl'lůr. s. a bcat in which there isSear, sére, v. a. to burn but one rower

Searcloth, sére'kloth. 9. a plaster Scullery, skúltúr-é. s. the place where kettles Search, sểrtsh. v. a.' to examine, to explore or dishes are cleaned

[servant Search, sêrtsh. s. inquiry ; quest Scullion, skül'yản. 6. the lowest domestick |Searcher, sêrtsh'ůr. s. examiner, inquirer Sculptile, skúlp'til. a. made by carving Season, sé'zn. 8. one of the four parts of the Sculptor, skilp'tůr. 3. a carver

year; a fit time Sculpture, skålp'tsbůre, s. carved work Season, sé'zn. v. a. to give a relish to; to ma. Scum, skům. s. that which rises to the top of Seasonable, se'zn-a-bl. a. opportune any liquor; dross

Seasonably, se'zo-a-blè. ad. properly with seScum, skům. V. a. to clear off the scum

spect to time

the sea

sea

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