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saucier

saucier
Improperly forward or bold; "don't be fresh with me"; "impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup"; "an impudent boy given to insulting strangers"; "Don't get wise with me!"
Characterized by a lightly pert and exuberant quality; "a certain irreverent gaiety and ease of manner"

saunter

saunter
(n.) A sauntering, or a sauntering place.
(n. & v.) To wander or walk about idly and in a leisurely or lazy manner; to lounge; to stroll; to loiter.

sculler

sculler
(n.) A boat rowed by one man with two sculls, or short oars.
(n.) One who sculls.

scummer

scummer
(n.) Excrement; scumber.
(n.) An instrument for taking off scum; a skimmer.
(v. i.) To scumber.

scunner

scunner
(n.) A feeling of disgust or loathing; a strong prejudice; abhorrence; as, to take a scunner against some one.
(v. i.) To have a feeling of loathing or disgust; hence, to have dislike, prejudice, or reluctance.
(v. t.) To cause to loathe, or feel disgust at.

scupper

scupper
(v.) An opening cut through the waterway and bulwarks of a ship, so that water falling on deck may flow overboard; -- called also scupper hole.

shucker

shucker
(n.) One who shucks oysters or clams

shudder

shudder
(n.) The act of shuddering, as with fear.
(v. i.) To tremble or shake with fear, horrer, or aversion; to shiver with cold; to quake.

shunter

shunter
(n.) A person employed to shunt cars from one track to another.

shutter

shutter
(n.) One who shuts or closes.
(n.) A movable cover or screen for a window, designed to shut out the light, to obstruct the view, or to be of some strength as a defense; a blind.
(n.) A removable cover, or a gate, for closing an aperture of any kind, as for closing the passageway for molten iron from a ladle.

skulker

skulker
(n.) One who, or that which, skulks.

slubber

slubber
(n.) A slubbing machine.
(v. t.) To do lazily, imperfectly, or coarsely.
(v. t.) To daub; to stain; to cover carelessly.

sludger

sludger
(n.) A bucket for removing mud from a bored hole; a sand pump.

slugger

slugger
(n.) One who strikes heavy blows; hence, a boxer; a prize fighter.

slumber

slumber
(n.) Sleep; especially, light sleep; sleep that is not deep or sound; repose.
(v. i.) To sleep; especially, to sleep lightly; to doze.
(v. i.) To be in a state of negligence, sloth, supineness, or inactivity.
(v. t.) To lay to sleep.
(v. t.) To stun; to stupefy.

smugger

smugger
Marked by excessive complacency or self-satisfaction; "a smug glow of self-congratulation"

snuffer

snuffer
(n.) One who snuffs.
(n.) The common porpoise.

snugger

snugger
Enjoying or affording comforting warmth and shelter especially in a small space; "a cozy nook near the fire"; "snug in bed"; "a snug little apartment"
Well and tightly constructed; "a snug house"; "a snug little sailboat"
Fitting closely but comfortably;
Offering safety; well protected or concealed; "a snug harbor"; "a snug hideout"

sounder

sounder
(n.) One who, or that which; sounds; specifically, an instrument used in telegraphy in place of a register, the communications being read by sound.
(n.) A herd of wild hogs.

soupier

soupier
Effusively or insincerely emotional; "a bathetic novel"; "maudlin expressions of sympathy"; "mushy effusiveness"; "a schmaltzy song"; "sentimental soap operas"; "slushy poetry"
Having the consistency and appearance of soup; "a soupy fog"

souther

souther
(n.) A strong wind, gale, or storm from the south.
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