2. To drive upon the sand. [Obs.] Burton.

3. To bury (oysters) beneath drifting sand or mud.

4. To mix with sand for purposes of fraud; as, to sand sugar. [Colloq.]

(San"dal) n. Same as Sendal.

Sails of silk and ropes of sandal.

(San"dal), n. Sandalwood. "Fans of sandal." Tennyson.

(San"dal), n. [F. sandale, L. sandalium, Gr. dim. of probably from Per. sandal.] (a) A kind of shoe consisting of a sole strapped to the foot; a protection for the foot, covering its lower surface, but not its upper. (b) A kind of slipper. (c) An overshoe with parallel openings across the instep.

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