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Meanings of Suasive:

adjective

Serving to persuade.

Usage examples:

Character is one of the most important instructive and suasive devices in literature, fowler points…

Suave

swɑːv

Meanings of Suave:

adjective

Charming, confident, and elegant (typically used of a man).

Usage examples:

All the waiters were suave and deferential

Suavely

ˈswɑːv.li

Meanings of Suavely:

adverb

(of a man's behaviour) in a way that is polite, pleasant, and usually attractive, but often slightly false

Usage examples:

The frenchman smiled suavely., tom is suavely self-assured.

Suaver

swɑːv

Meanings of Suaver:

adjective

Charming, confident, and elegant (typically used of a man).

Usage examples:

All the waiters were suave and deferential

Suavest

swɑːv

Meanings of Suavest:

adjective

Charming, confident, and elegant (typically used of a man).

Usage examples:

All the waiters were suave and deferential

Suavities

ˈswɑːvɪti

Meanings of Suavities:

noun

The quality of being suave in manner.

Usage examples:

I need lessons in suavity

Meanings of Suavity:

noun

The quality of being suave in manner.

Usage examples:

I need lessons in suavity

Sub

sʌb

Meanings of Sub:

noun

A submarine.

Usage examples:

The yachtsman claimed his boat had been sunk by a sub
verb

Replace or be replaced; substitute.

Usage examples:

He got a lot of applause when he was subbed
prefix

At, to, or from a lower level or position.

Usage examples:

Subalpine

Sub-basement

ˈsʌbˌbeɪs.mənt

Meanings of Sub-basement:

noun

A part of a building below the main basement (= a part consisting of rooms that are partly or completely below the level of the ground)

Usage examples:

In the basement there is a lift that leads to the sub-basement., the boiler that heats the water fo…

Meanings of Sub-zero:

adjective

Sub-zero temperatures are temperatures below zero degrees.

Meanings of Suba:

noun

A type of long sheepskin cloak worn by hungarian shepherds.

Meanings of Subacid:

adjective

(of a fruit) moderately sharp to the taste.

Usage examples:

The subacid pulp contains many seeds

Meanings of Subacidulous:

adjective

Subacid.

Meanings of Subacute:

adjective

(of a condition) between acute and chronic.

Usage examples:

Delirium can be caused by a medical emergency or a subacute, chronic medical condition.

Meanings of Subacutely:

adverb

In a subacute form or manner.

Meanings of Subadjacent:

adjective

Subjacent.

Subadult

sʌbˈadʌlt

Meanings of Subadult:

noun

An animal that is not fully adult.

Usage examples:

Subadults were distinguished by their pelage

Meanings of Subadults:

noun

An animal that is not fully adult.

Usage examples:

Subadults were distinguished by their pelage

Meanings of Subaerated:

adjective

Designating a counterfeit (silver) coin with a base metal core.

Meanings of Subagencies:

noun

A subordinate commercial, political, or other agency.

Usage examples:

However, the centers for medicare and medicaid services, the subagency formerly known as the health…

Subagency

sʌbˈeɪdʒ(ə)nsi

Meanings of Subagency:

noun

A subordinate commercial, political, or other agency.

Usage examples:

However, the centers for medicare and medicaid services, the subagency formerly known as the health…

Subagent

ˌsʌbˈeɪdʒənt

Meanings of Subagent:

noun

A subordinate commercial, political, or other agent.

Usage examples:

He operates as an agent overseeing some 20 subagents

Subagents

ˈsʌbˌeɪ.dʒənt

Meanings of Subagents:

noun

A subordinate commercial, political, or other agent.

Usage examples:

He operates as an agent overseeing some 20 subagents

Meanings of Subah:

noun

A province or district of the mughal empire.

Meanings of Subahs:

noun

A province or district of the mughal empire.

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