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sapele

sapele
A wood resembling mahogany, used for furniture. A west African tree of the genus Entandrophragma

sapful

sapful
(a.) Abounding in sap; sappy.

saphar

saphar
The second month of the Islamic calendar

sapota

sapota
(n.) The sapodilla.

sapped

sapped
(imp. & p. p.) of Sap

sapper

sapper
(n.) One who saps; specifically (Mil.), one who is employed in working at saps, building and repairing fortifications, and the like.

sappho

sappho
(n.) Any one of several species of brilliant South American humming birds of the genus Sappho, having very bright-colored and deeply forked tails; -- called also firetail.

sepals

sepals
One of the green parts that form the calyx of a flower

sephen

sephen
(n.) A large sting ray of the genus Trygon, especially T. sephen of the Indian Ocean and the Red Sea. The skin is an article of commerce.

sepses

sepses
The presence of pus-forming bacteria or their toxins in the blood or tissues

sepsin

sepsin
(n.) A soluble poison (ptomaine) present in putrid blood. It is also formed in the putrefaction of proteid matter in general.

sepsis

sepsis
(n.) The poisoning of the system by the introduction of putrescent material into the blood.

septet

septet
(n.) Alt. of Septette

septic

septic
(a.) Of the seventh degree or order.
(a.) Alt. of Septical
(n.) A quantic of the seventh degree.
(n.) A substance that promotes putrefaction.

septum

septum
(n.) A wall separating two cavities; a partition; as, the nasal septum.
(n.) A partition that separates the cells of a fruit.
(n.) One of the radial calcareous plates of a coral.
(n.) One of the transverse partitions dividing the shell of a mollusk, or of a rhizopod, into several chambers. See Illust. under Nautilus.
(n.) One of the transverse partitions dividing the body cavity of an annelid.

sipage

sipage
(n.) Water that seeped or oozed through a porous soil.
(n.) See Seepage.

siphon

siphon
(n.) A device, consisting of a pipe or tube bent so as to form two branches or legs of unequal length, by which a liquid can be transferred to a lower level, as from one vessel to another, over an intermediate elevation, by the action of the pressure of the atmosphere in forcing the liquid up the shorter branch of the pipe immersed in it, while the continued excess of weight of the liquid in the longer branch (when once filled) causes a continuous flow. The flow takes place only when the discharging extremity of the pipe ia lower than the higher liquid surface, and when no part of the pipe is higher above the surface than the same liquid will rise by atmospheric pressure; that is, about 33 feet for water, and 30 inches for mercury, near the sea level.
(n.) One of the tubes or folds of the mantle border of a bivalve or gastropod mollusk by which water is conducted into the gill cavity. See Illust. under Mya, and Lamellibranchiata.
(n.) The anterior prolongation of the margin of any gastropod shell for the protection of the soft siphon.
(n.) The tubular organ through which water is ejected from the gill cavity of a cephaloid. It serves as a locomotive organ, by guiding and confining the jet of water. Called also siphuncle. See Illust. under Loligo, and Dibranchiata.
(n.) The siphuncle of a cephalopod shell.
(n.) The sucking proboscis of certain parasitic insects and crustaceans.
(n.) A sproutlike prolongation in front of the mouth of many gephyreans.
(n.) A tubular organ connected both with the esophagus and the intestine of certain sea urchins and annelids.
(n.) A siphon bottle.
(v. t.) To convey, or draw off, by means of a siphon, as a liquid from one vessel to another at a lower level.

sipped

sipped
(imp. & p. p.) of Sip
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