Sinapism to Slacken

Sinapism, n. Mustard plaster, mustard poultice.

Since, conj. Because, as, considering, seeing that, because that, inasmuch as.

Since, ad.

    1. Ago, before this.
    2. From that time.

Since, prep. After, from the time of, subsequently to.

Sincere, a.

    1. Pure, unmixed.
    2. True, real, unfeigned, genuine, unaffected, unvarnished, inartificial, honest.
    3. Honest, ingenuous, open, frank, candid, hearty, undissembling, artless, guileless, single, truthful, true, upright, direct, plain.

Sincerely, ad.

    1. Perfectly, purely.
    2. Honestly, unfeignedly.

Sincerity, n. Honesty, ingenuousness, candor, frankness, artlessness, guilelessness, probity, veracity, truth, truthfulness, genuineness, earnestness.

Sinciput, n. (A nat.) Bregma, top of the head.

Sine qua non. [L.] Necessity, necessary, requisite, essential, indispensable thing, indispensable condition.

Sinew, n.

    1. Tendon.
    2. Muscle, nerve, brawn.
    3. Strength.

Sinewy, a. Muscular, brawny, athletic, nervous, vigorous, firm, stalwart, strapping, robust, powerful, sturdy, strong, Herculean, able-bodied, made of iron.

Sinful, a. Wicked, unrighteous, iniquitous, unholy, wrong, immoral, depraved, criminal, mischievous, bad.

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