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Crossword Puzzle Solutions for: S?A?D??

scalded

scalded
(imp. & p. p.) of Scald

scaldic

scaldic
(a.) Of or pertaining to the scalds of the Norsemen; as, scaldic poetry.

scandal

scandal
(n.) Offense caused or experienced; reproach or reprobation called forth by what is regarded as wrong, criminal, heinous, or flagrant: opprobrium or disgrace.
(n.) Reproachful aspersion; opprobrious censure; defamatory talk, uttered heedlessly or maliciously.
(n.) Anything alleged in pleading which is impertinent, and is reproachful to any person, or which derogates from the dignity of the court, or is contrary to good manners.
(v. t.) To treat opprobriously; to defame; to asperse; to traduce; to slander.
(v. t.) To scandalize; to offend.

scandia

scandia
(n.) A chemical earth, the oxide of scandium.

scandic

scandic
(a.) Of or pertaining to scandium; derived from, or containing, scandium.

sharded

sharded
(a.) Having elytra, as a beetle.

skaddle

skaddle
(a.) Hurtful.
(n.) Hurt; damage.

skaddon

skaddon
(n.) The larva of a bee.

slander

slander
(n.) A false tale or report maliciously uttered, tending to injure the reputation of another; the malicious utterance of defamatory reports; the dissemination of malicious tales or suggestions to the injury of another.
(n.) Disgrace; reproach; dishonor; opprobrium.
(n.) Formerly, defamation generally, whether oral or written; in modern usage, defamation by words spoken; utterance of false, malicious, and defamatory words, tending to the damage and derogation of another; calumny. See the Note under Defamation.
(v. t.) To defame; to injure by maliciously uttering a false report; to tarnish or impair the reputation of by false tales maliciously told or propagated; to calumniate.
(v. t.) To bring discredit or shame upon by one's acts.

spandau

spandau
A German machine gun
German prison demolished in 1987 after the death of its last prisoner, Rudolf Hess.

staddle

staddle
(v. i.) Anything which serves for support; a staff; a prop; a crutch; a cane.
(v. i.) The frame of a stack of hay or grain.
(v. i.) A row of dried or drying hay, etc.
(v. i.) A small tree of any kind, especially a forest tree.
(v. t.) To leave the staddles, or saplings, of, as a wood when it is cut.
(v. t.) To form into staddles, as hay.

staidly

staidly
(adv.) In a staid manner, sedately.

stalder

stalder
(n.) A wooden frame to set casks on.

standby

stand-by
(n.) One who, or that which, stands by one in need; something upon which one relies for constant use or in an emergency.

standee

standee
A lifesize cardboard cutout (usually of a celebrity); "he had his picture taken with a standee of the president"
Someone who stands in a place where one might otherwise sit (as a spectator who uses standing room in a theater or a passenger on a crowded bus or train); "the allowed number of standees is posted"

standel

standel
(n.) A young tree, especially one reserved when others are cut.

stander

stander
(n.) One who stands.
(n.) Same as Standel.

stardom

stardom
The status of being acknowledged as a star; "stardom meant nothing to her"
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