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saltwater

saltwater
Water containing salts; "the water in the ocean is all saltwater"

saltworks

saltworks
A plant where salt is produced commercially

saltworts

saltworts
Low-growing strong-smelling coastal shrub of warm parts of the New World having unisexual flowers in conelike spikes and thick succulent leaves
Bushy plant of Old World salt marshes and sea beaches having prickly leaves; burned to produce a crude soda ash

scrawling

scrawling
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Scrawl

scrawnier

scrawnier
Being very thin; "a child with skinny freckled legs"; "a long scrawny neck"
Inferior in size or quality; "scrawny cattle"; "scrubby cut-over pine"; "old stunted thorn trees"

screwball

screwball
A whimsically eccentric person
Foolish; totally unsound; "a crazy scheme"; "half-baked ideas"; "a screwball proposal without a prayer of working"
A pitch with reverse spin that curves toward the side of the plate from which it was thrown

selfwrong

self-wrong
(n.) Wrong done by a person himself.

shipworms

shipworms
Wormlike marine bivalve that bores into wooden piers and ships by means of drill-like shells

shipwreck

shipwreck
(n.) The breaking in pieces, or shattering, of a ship or other vessel by being cast ashore or driven against rocks, shoals, etc., by the violence of the winds and waves.
(n.) A ship wrecked or destroyed upon the water, or the parts of such a ship; wreckage.
(n.) Fig.: Destruction; ruin; irretrievable loss.
(v. t.) To destroy, as a ship at sea, by running ashore or on rocks or sandbanks, or by the force of wind and waves in a tempest.
(v. t.) To cause to experience shipwreck, as sailors or passengers. Hence, to cause to suffer some disaster or loss; to destroy or ruin, as if by shipwreck; to wreck; as, to shipwreck a business.

shopwoman

shopwoman
(n.) A woman employed in a shop.

shrewmice

shrewmice
Small mouselike mammal with a long snout; related to moles

sidewalks

sidewalks
Walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway

sidewalls

sidewalls
A wall that forms the side of a structure
The side of an automobile tire; "the car had white sidewalls"

sidewards

sidewards
Toward one side; "turn the figure sideward"

sidewheel

side-wheel
(a.) Having a paddle wheel on each side; -- said of steam vessels; as, a side-wheel steamer.

silkweeds

silkweeds
Any of numerous plants of the genus Asclepias having milky juice and pods that split open releasing seeds with downy tufts

silkworms

silkworms
Larva of a saturniid moth; spins a large amount of strong silk in constructing its cocoon
The commercially bred hairless white caterpillar of the domestic silkworm moth which spins a cocoon that can be processed to yield silk fiber; the principal source of commercial silk

sinewless

sinewless
(a.) Having no sinews; hence, having no strength or vigor.

slowworms

slowworms
Small burrowing legless European lizard with tiny eyes; popularly believed to be blind

snowwhite

snow-white
(a.) White as snow; very white.

soapworts

soapworts
Plant of European origin having pink or white flowers and leaves yielding a detergent when bruised
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