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Crossword Puzzle Answers for: S?A?L?


Cloak consisting of an oblong piece of cloth used to cover the head and shoulders


(n. pl.) See Small, n., 2, 3.


(adv.) In a small quantity or degree; with minuteness.


(interj.) God's nails, or His nails, that is, the nails with which the Savior was fastened to the cross; -- an ancient form of oath, corresponding to 'Od's bodikins (dim. of body, i.e., God's dear body).


Make more complicated or confused through entanglements
Utter in an angry, sharp, or abrupt tone; "The sales clerk snapped a reply at the angry customer"; "The guard snarled at us"
Make a snarling noise or move with a snarling noise; "Bullets snarled past us"
Twist together or entwine into a confusing mass; "The child entangled the cord"
Something jumbled or confused; "a tangle of government regulations"
An angry vicious expression
A vicious angry growl


Tangled in knots or snarls; "a mass of knotted string"; "snarled thread"


(n.) The shoulder.


(n. pl.) Small branches of a tree; twigs; sprays.


(v. i.) Firmly established; not easily moved, shaken, or overthrown; fixed; as, a stable government.
(v. i.) Steady in purpose; constant; firm in resolution; not easily diverted from a purpose; not fickle or wavering; as, a man of stable character.
(v. i.) Durable; not subject to overthrow or change; firm; as, a stable foundation; a stable position.
(v. i.) A house, shed, or building, for beasts to lodge and feed in; esp., a building or apartment with stalls, for horses; as, a horse stable; a cow stable.
(v. i.) To dwell or lodge in a stable; to dwell in an inclosed place; to kennel.
(v. t.) To fix; to establish.
(v. t.) To put or keep in a stable.


(adv.) In a stable manner; firmly; fixedly; steadily; as, a government stably settled.


A farm building for housing horses or other livestock
Deliberately delay an event or action; "she doesn't want to write the report, so she is stalling"
Come to a stop; "The car stalled in the driveway"
Cause an engine to stop; "The inexperienced driver kept stalling the car"
Cause an airplane to go into a stall
Experience a stall in flight, of airplanes
A tactic used to mislead or delay
Put into, or keep in, a stall; "Stall the horse"
Small area set off by walls for special use
Postpone doing what one should be doing; "He did not want to write the letter and procrastinated for days"
Small individual study area in a library
A booth where articles are displayed for sale
A compartment in a stable where a single animal is confined and fed
Seating in the forward part of the main level of a theater
A malfunction in the flight of an aircraft in which ther


(a.) Pertaining to, or being market of staple for, commodities; as, a staple town.
(a.) Established in commerce; occupying the markets; settled; as, a staple trade.
(a.) Fit to be sold; marketable.
(a.) Regularly produced or manufactured in large quantities; belonging to wholesale traffic; principal; chief.
(n.) A settled mart; an emporium; a city or town to which merchants brought commodities for sale or exportation in bulk; a place for wholesale traffic.
(n.) Hence: Place of supply; source; fountain head.
(n.) The principal commodity of traffic in a market; a principal commodity or production of a country or district; as, wheat, maize, and cotton are great staples of the United States.
(n.) The principal constituent in anything; chief item.
(n.) Unmanufactured material; raw material.
(n.) The fiber of wool, cotton, flax, or the like; as, a coarse staple; a fine staple; a long or short staple.
(n.) A loop of iron, or a bar or wire, bent and formed with two points to be driven into wood, to hold a hook, pin, or the like.
(n.) A shaft, smaller and shorter than the principal one, joining different levels.
(n.) A small pit.
(n.) A district granted to an abbey.
(v. t.) To sort according to its staple; as, to staple cotton.


(a.) Capable of being sued; subject by law to be called to answer in court.