Sew to Sheer

Sew, v. n. Work with needle and thread, stitch.

Sew, v. a. Stitch.

Sewage, n.

    1. Contents of a sewer.
    2. Drainage, sewerage.

Sewer, n. Drain, subterranean canal.

Sewerage, n.

    1. Drainage, sewage.
    2. Sewage, contents of a sewer.

Sexangle, n. Hexagon.

Sextuple, a. Sixfold.

Shabby, a.

    1. Ragged, worn, faded, threadbare, worn out, poor, mean.
    2. Mean, base, low, despicable, contemptible, beggarly, paltry, unhandsome, ungentlemanly.

Shackle, n. Fetter, gyve, chain, handcuff, manacle.

Shackle, v. a.

    1. Fetter, chain, manacle, hamper, gyve.
    2. Trammel, embarrass, obstruct, impede, restrict, bind, confine, cumber.

Shad-bush, n. June-berry, shad-berry, service-berry (Amelanchier Canadensis).

Shade, n.

    1. Shadow, umbrage.
    2. Darkness, obscurity, dusk, duskiness, gloom.
    3. Screen, curtain, veil.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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