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Meanings of Sashimi:

noun

A japanese dish of bite-sized pieces of raw fish eaten with soy sauce and wasabi paste.

Usage examples:

Tuna sashimi

Sasin

ˈsasɪn

Meanings of Sasin:

noun

Another term for blackbuck.

Sasine

ˈseɪsɪn

Meanings of Sasine:

noun

Investment by registration of a deed transferring ownership of property.

Meanings of Sasins:

noun

Another term for blackbuck.

Saskatchewan

səˈskætʃ.ɪ.wən

Meanings of Saskatchewan:

proper noun

A province of central canada; population 968,157 (2006); capital, regina.

noun

A province (= a large area that is governed as part of a country) of central canada, whose capital city is regina

Usage examples:

Near-average temperatures were recorded in the prairie provinces of saskatchewan and manitoba.

Meanings of Saskatoon:

proper noun

A city in south central saskatchewan in canada, located in the great plains on the south saskatchewan river; population 202,340 (2006).

noun

A plant with small fruit you can eat, that grows mainly in northwestern parts of north america

Usage examples:

Saskatoons grow in most soil types., young saskatoon plants in pots will be available in mid summer…

Meanings of Sassabies:

noun

A topi (antelope) of a race found mainly in southern africa.

Sassaby

tsɛˈseɪbi

Meanings of Sassaby:

noun

A topi (antelope) of a race found mainly in southern africa.

Usage examples:

There were enough impala that soon i too was saying casually, ‘oh, more of them,’ but there were ot…

Sassafras

ˈsæs.ə.fræs

Meanings of Sassafras:

noun

A deciduous north american tree with aromatic leaves and bark. the leaves are infused to make tea or ground into filé.

Usage examples:

Rich hardwoods of myrtle, blackwood, sassafras and huon pine mingle with common eucalypts.

Meanings of Sassafrases:

noun

A deciduous north american tree with aromatic leaves and bark. the leaves are infused to make tea or ground into filé.

Usage examples:

Rich hardwoods of myrtle, blackwood, sassafras and huon pine mingle with common eucalypts.

Sassanian

saˈseɪnɪən

Meanings of Sassanian:

adjective

Relating to a dynasty that ruled persia from the early 3rd century ad until the arab muslim conquest of 651.

Usage examples:

Syria and egypt were part of the byzantine empire; iraq was ruled by sassanid persia.
noun

A member of the sassanian dynasty.

Usage examples:

But no border post can remain tranquil for long and taxila took a heavy share of the repeated invas…

Meanings of Sassanid:

adjective

Relating to a dynasty that ruled persia from the early 3rd century ad until the arab muslim conquest of 651.

Usage examples:

Syria and egypt were part of the byzantine empire; iraq was ruled by sassanid persia.
noun

A member of the sassanian dynasty.

Usage examples:

But no border post can remain tranquil for long and taxila took a heavy share of the repeated invas…

Sassed

sæs

Meanings of Sassed:

verb

Be cheeky or rude to (someone).

Usage examples:

We wouldn't have dreamed of sassing our parents
noun

Impudence; cheek.

Usage examples:

The kind of boy that wouldn't give you any sass

Sassenach

ˈsæs.ə.næk

Meanings of Sassenach:

noun

An english person.

Usage examples:

I think a complete break-up of the union would be foolish for all of us, sassenachs and scots alike.
adjective

English.

Usage examples:

It leaves the typical member of the glasgow professional class with a distinct but wholly comprehen…

Sasses

sæs

Meanings of Sasses:

verb

Be cheeky or rude to (someone).

Usage examples:

We wouldn't have dreamed of sassing our parents
noun

Impudence; cheek.

Usage examples:

The kind of boy that wouldn't give you any sass

Sassier

ˈsæs.i

Meanings of Sassier:

adjective

Lively, bold, and full of spirit; cheeky.

Usage examples:

Toni was smart and sassy and liked to pretend she was a hard nut

Sassiest

ˈsasi

Meanings of Sassiest:

adjective

Lively, bold, and full of spirit; cheeky.

Usage examples:

Toni was smart and sassy and liked to pretend she was a hard nut

Meanings of Sassing:

verb

Be cheeky or rude to (someone).

Usage examples:

We wouldn't have dreamed of sassing our parents
noun

Impudence; cheek.

Usage examples:

The kind of boy that wouldn't give you any sass

Meanings of Sassy:

adjective

Lively, bold, and full of spirit; cheeky.

Usage examples:

Toni was smart and sassy and liked to pretend she was a hard nut

Meanings of Sastra:

noun

(in hinduism and some forms of buddhism) a work of sacred scripture.

Usage examples:

The dharma shastras discuss at some length the issue of unworthy or even dangerous guests, yet advi…

Meanings of Sastrugi:

plural noun

Parallel wave-like ridges caused by winds on the surface of hard snow, especially in polar regions.

Usage examples:

The first part of the journey was slow going due to rough sastrugi and moderately strong winds roll…

Sat

sæt

Meanings of Sat:

verb

Past and past participle of sit.

noun

(in the uk except scotland) a test taken by school students as part of the national curriculum.

abbreviation

Saturday.

Satai

ˈsateɪ

Meanings of Satai:

noun

An indonesian and malaysian dish consisting of small pieces of meat grilled on a skewer and served with a spiced sauce that typically contains peanuts.

Usage examples:

Don't bother dithering over the appetizers, even though the lightly fried tofu with peanut sauce, c…

Meanings of Satanas:

noun

A name for the devil; = "satan".

Meanings of Satang:

noun

A monetary unit of thailand, equal to one hundredth of a baht.

Usage examples:

Electricity rates are also set to increase by 5 satang per unit with another increase between febru…

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