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Saxophonist

sækˈsɒf.ən.ɪst

Meanings of Saxophonist:

noun

A person who plays the saxophone.

Usage examples:

A saxophonist who doubles as the lead vocalist

Saxophonists

sækˈsɒf.ən.ɪst

Meanings of Saxophonists:

noun

A person who plays the saxophone.

Usage examples:

A saxophonist who doubles as the lead vocalist

Meanings of Say:

verb

Utter words so as to convey information, an opinion, a feeling or intention, or an instruction.

Usage examples:

‘thank you,’ he said
exclamation

Used to express surprise or to draw attention to a remark or question.

Usage examples:

Say, did you notice any blood?
noun

An opportunity for stating one's opinion or feelings.

Usage examples:

She let him have his say

Meanings of Say-again:

idiom

I completely agree with you

Usage examples:

"it's hot!" "you can say that again."

Meanings of Say-so:

noun

Authority or approval to do something

Usage examples:

A coach’s responsibility is to have the final say-so on any subject.

Meanings of Say-something-about:

idiom

To clearly show or express something about someone or something

Usage examples:

It says a lot about her that she's willing to help people she doesn't even know., i think the way s…

Meanings of Say-sorry:

phrase

Used to show that something that must be said causes sadness or disappointment

Usage examples:

I'm sorry to say that i'm sorry to say that the project's funding has been cancelled., most people …

Meanings of Saya:

noun

In spain, especially andalusia, and spanish-speaking countries: an overskirt or short-sleeved overdress, typically black in colour, worn outdoors by women, often along with a mantilla or (especially in latin america) a manta. also called a basquina. now chiefly historical.

Meanings of Sayee:

noun

A person to whom something is said.

Meanings of Sayid:

noun

A muslim claiming descent from muhammad, especially through husayn, the prophet's younger grandson.

Usage examples:

Sayyids possessed spiritual blessing or holiness

Meanings of Sayids:

noun

A muslim claiming descent from muhammad, especially through husayn, the prophet's younger grandson.

Usage examples:

Sayyids possessed spiritual blessing or holiness

Saying

ˈseɪ.ɪŋ

Meanings of Saying:

noun

A short, pithy, commonly known expression which generally offers advice or wisdom.

Usage examples:

Often a pithy saying or proverb has been written in the chosen script beside the alphabet.
verb

Utter words so as to convey information, an opinion, a feeling or intention, or an instruction.

Usage examples:

‘thank you,’ he said

Meanings of Sayonara:

exclamation

Goodbye.

Usage examples:

The beautiful diana was twenty-one when she said sayonara

Meanings of Sayonaras:

exclamation

Goodbye.

Usage examples:

The beautiful diana was twenty-one when she said sayonara

Says

seɪ

Meanings of Says:

verb

Utter words so as to convey information, an opinion, a feeling or intention, or an instruction.

Usage examples:

‘thank you,’ he said
exclamation

Used to express surprise or to draw attention to a remark or question.

Usage examples:

Say, did you notice any blood?
noun

An opportunity for stating one's opinion or feelings.

Usage examples:

She let him have his say

Meanings of Sayyid:

noun

A muslim claiming descent from muhammad, especially through husayn, the prophet's younger grandson.

Usage examples:

Sayyids possessed spiritual blessing or holiness

Sayyids

ˈseɪjɪd

Meanings of Sayyids:

noun

A muslim claiming descent from muhammad, especially through husayn, the prophet's younger grandson.

Usage examples:

Sayyids possessed spiritual blessing or holiness

Sb

ˈantɪməni

Meanings of Sb:

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 51, a brittle silvery-white metalloid.

The chemical element antimony.

Sc

ˈskandɪəm

Meanings of Sc:

abbreviation

That is to say (introducing a word to be supplied or an explanation of an ambiguity).

Usage examples:

It [sc. gouache] was also popular in france
noun

The chemical element of atomic number 21, a soft silvery-white metal generally included among the rare earth elements.

The chemical element scandium.

Scab

skab

Meanings of Scab:

noun

A dry, rough protective crust that forms over a cut or wound during healing.

Usage examples:

As this mesh dries, it hardens and forms a scab to protect the wound as it heals.
verb

Become encrusted or covered with a scab or scabs.

Usage examples:

I had a cut on my arm that had scabbed over

Scabbard

ˈskæb.əd

Meanings of Scabbard:

noun

A sheath for the blade of a sword or dagger, typically made of leather or metal.

Usage examples:

A ceremonial sword hung at his side in a gilded scabbard

Scabbards

ˈskæb.əd

Meanings of Scabbards:

noun

A sheath for the blade of a sword or dagger, typically made of leather or metal.

Usage examples:

A ceremonial sword hung at his side in a gilded scabbard

Meanings of Scabbed:

adjective

(of a part of the body) having or covered in scabs.

Usage examples:

The pads he wore didn't protect his scabbed knees
verb

Become encrusted or covered with a scab or scabs.

Usage examples:

I had a cut on my arm that had scabbed over

Scabbier

ˈskabi

Meanings of Scabbier:

adjective

Covered in scabs.

Usage examples:

Her fingers were worn and scabby

Scabbiest

ˈskæb.i

Meanings of Scabbiest:

adjective

Covered in scabs.

Usage examples:

Her fingers were worn and scabby

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