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Crossword Solutions for: S?S?E?

sashes

sashes
A band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers
A framework that holds the panes of a window in the window frame

sassed

sassed
Answer back in an impudent or insolent manner; "don't sass me!"; "The teacher punished the students who were sassing all morning";

sasses

sasses
An impudent or insolent rejoinder; "don't give me any of your sass"
Answer back in an impudent or insolent manner; "don't sass me!"; "The teacher punished the students who were sassing all morning";

sestet

sestet
(n.) A piece of music composed for six voices or six instruments; a sextet; -- called also sestuor.
(n.) The last six lines of a sonnet.

sisley

sisley
Alfred Sisley, English impressionist landscape painter, lived and worked mainly in France, born 1839, died 1899

sister

sister
(n.) A female who has the same parents with another person, or who has one of them only. In the latter case, she is more definitely called a half sister. The correlative of brother.
(n.) A woman who is closely allied to, or assocciated with, another person, as in the sdame faith, society, order, or community.
(n.) One of the same kind, or of the same condition; -- generally used adjectively; as, sister fruits.
(v. t.) To be sister to; to resemble closely.

sussex

sussex
A county in southern England on the English Channel; formerly an Anglo-Saxon kingdom that was captured by Wessex in the 9th century

system

system
(n.) An assemblage of objects arranged in regular subordination, or after some distinct method, usually logical or scientific; a complete whole of objects related by some common law, principle, or end; a complete exhibition of essential principles or facts, arranged in a rational dependence or connection; a regular union of principles or parts forming one entire thing; as, a system of philosophy; a system of government; a system of divinity; a system of botany or chemistry; a military system; the solar system.
(n.) Hence, the whole scheme of created things regarded as forming one complete plan of whole; the universe.
(n.) Regular method or order; formal arrangement; plan; as, to have a system in one's business.
(n.) The collection of staves which form a full score. See Score, n.
(n.) An assemblage of parts or organs, either in animal or plant, essential to the performance of some particular function or functions which as a rule are of greater complexity than those manifested by a single organ; as, the capillary system, the muscular system, the digestive system, etc.; hence, the whole body as a functional unity.
(n.) One of the stellate or irregular clusters of intimately united zooids which are imbedded in, or scattered over, the surface of the common tissue of many compound ascidians.