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Crossword Puzzle Answers for: SU???E

suable

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

subdue

subdue
(v. t.) To bring under; to conquer by force or the exertion of superior power, and bring into permanent subjection; to reduce under dominion; to vanquish.
(v. t.) To overpower so as to disable from further resistance; to crush.
(v. t.) To destroy the force of; to overcome; as, medicines subdue a fever.
(v. t.) To render submissive; to bring under command; to reduce to mildness or obedience; to tame; as, to subdue a stubborn child; to subdue the temper or passions.
(v. t.) To overcome, as by persuasion or other mild means; as, to subdue opposition by argument or entreaties.
(v. t.) To reduce to tenderness; to melt; to soften; as, to subdue ferocity by tears.
(v. t.) To make mellow; to break, as land; also, to destroy, as weeds.
(v. t.) To reduce the intensity or degree of; to tone down; to soften; as, to subdue the brilliancy of colors.

subtle

subtle
(superl.) Sly in design; artful; cunning; insinuating; subtile; -- applied to persons; as, a subtle foe.
(superl.) Cunningly devised; crafty; treacherous; as, a subtle stratagem.
(superl.) Characterized by refinement and niceness in drawing distinctions; nicely discriminating; -- said of persons; as, a subtle logician; refined; tenuous; sinuous; insinuating; hence, penetrative or pervasive; -- said of the mind; its faculties, or its operations; as, a subtle intellect; a subtle imagination; a subtle process of thought; also, difficult of apprehension; elusive.
(superl.) Smooth and deceptive.

suckle

suckle
(n.) A teat.
(v. i.) To nurse; to suck.
(v. t.) To give suck to; to nurse at the breast.

suisse

suisse
A landlocked federal republic in central Europe

sundae

sundae
Ice cream served with a topping

supine

supine
(a.) Lying on the back, or with the face upward; -- opposed to prone.
(a.) Leaning backward, or inclining with exposure to the sun; sloping; inclined.
(a.) Negligent; heedless; indolent; listless.
(n.) A verbal noun; or (according to C.F.Becker), a case of the infinitive mood ending in -um and -u, that in -um being sometimes called the former supine, and that in -u the latter supine.

supple

supple
(a.) Pliant; flexible; easily bent; as, supple joints; supple fingers.
(a.) Yielding compliant; not obstinate; submissive to guidance; as, a supple horse.
(a.) Bending to the humor of others; flattering; fawning; obsequious.
(v. i.) To become soft and pliant.
(v. t.) To make soft and pliant; to render flexible; as, to supple leather.
(v. t.) To make compliant, submissive, or obedient.

surfle

surfle
(v. t.) To wash, as the face, with a cosmetic water, said by some to be prepared from the sulphur.

suttee

suttee
(n.) A Hindoo widow who immolates herself, or is immolated, on the funeral pile of her husband; -- so called because this act of self-immolation is regarded as envincing excellence of wifely character.
(n.) The act of burning a widow on the funeral pile of her husband.

suttle

suttle
(n.) The weight when the tare has been deducted, and tret is yet to be allowed.
(v. i.) To act as sutler; to supply provisions and other articles to troops.

suture

suture
(n.) The act of sewing; also, the line along which two things or parts are sewed together, or are united so as to form a seam, or that which resembles a seam.
(n.) The uniting of the parts of a wound by stitching.
(n.) The stitch by which the parts are united.
(n.) The line of union, or seam, in an immovable articulation, like those between the bones of the skull; also, such an articulation itself; synarthrosis. See Harmonic suture, under Harmonic.
(n.) The line, or seam, formed by the union of two margins in any part of a plant; as, the ventral suture of a legume.
(n.) A line resembling a seam; as, the dorsal suture of a legume, which really corresponds to a midrib.
(n.) The line at which the elytra of a beetle meet and are sometimes confluent.
(n.) A seam, or impressed line, as between the segments of a crustacean, or between the whorls of a univalve shell.