Name Report For First Name SUSY:

SUSY

First name SUSY's origins are Hebrew and English. SUSY means "lily" (Hebrew) and "lily. variant of susannah. in the apocryphal book of tobit susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation. white lilies grew in the biblical city of susa in persia" in English. You can find other first names and English words that rhymes with SUSY below. Ryhme list involves the matching sounds according to the first letters, last letters and first&last letters of susy.(Brown names are of the same origin (Hebrew,English) with SUSY and Red names are first names with English/Anglo-Saxon origin)

Rhymes with SUSY - Names & Words

First Names Rhyming SUSY

FIRST NAMES WHICH INCLUDES SUSY AS A WHOLE:

 

NAMES RHYMING WITH SUSY (According to last letters):

Rhyming Names According to Last 3 Letters (usy) - Names That Ends with usy:

Rhyming Names According to Last 2 Letters (sy) - Names That Ends with sy:

tansy bessy betsy cassy chelsy daisy gipsy gypsy kelsy kimssy maisy hennessy jessy ransy pansy chrissy crissy

NAMES RHYMING WITH SUSY (According to first letters):

Rhyming Names According to First 3 Letters (sus) - Names That Begins with sus:

susan susana susanna susannah susanne susie

Rhyming Names According to First 2 Letters (su) - Names That Begins with su:

su'ad su'ud suadela subhan subhi subira sucki sudi sue sueanne suelita suellen suette suetto suffield sugn suha suhail suhailah suhair suhani suhay suhayb suhayl suhaylah suhaymah suhayr suidhne suileabhan sukari suki sukori sukriti sulaiman sulayman sule suletu sulis sullimn sullivan sully sultan suma sumaiya sumarville sumayyah sumer sumernor sumerton sumertun sumi summer sumnah sumner sun sundee sundiata sundyata sunki sunn sunnie sunniva sunny sunukkuhkau suong suoud sur surur sutciyf sutcliff sutclyf sutekh suthcl suthclif sutherland suthfeld suthleah suthley suttecliff sutter sutton suzaan suzana suzann suzanna suzannah suzanne suzetta suzette suzy

NAMES BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH SUSY:

First Names which starts with 's' and ends with 'y':

safiy salisbury sallsbury sally sandy scandy sceley scotty scully sealey sedgeley seely selby seleby serenity sevy shailey shamay shandley shandy shanley shawnessey shay sheary sheedy shelby shelley shelly shelny shepley sheply sherry shey shipley shirley siany sibley sidney silny silsby sinley sisay skelley skelly sky slansky slany slevy smedley sonny sorley stacey stacy stanbeny stanbury stanley stanly stanway stockley stoney stormy sweeney sydney

English Words Rhyming SUSY

ENGLISH WORDS WHICH INCLUDES SUSY AS A WHOLE:



ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH SUSY (According to last letters):


Rhyming Words According to Last 3 Letters (usy) - English Words That Ends with usy:


bousyadjective (a.) Drunken; sotted; boozy.

busyadjective (a.) Engaged in some business; hard at work (either habitually or only for the time being); occupied with serious affairs; not idle nor at leisure; as, a busy merchant.
 adjective (a.) Constantly at work; diligent; active.
 adjective (a.) Crowded with business or activities; -- said of places and times; as, a busy street.
 adjective (a.) Officious; meddling; foolish active.
 adjective (a.) Careful; anxious.
 verb (v. t.) To make or keep busy; to employ; to engage or keep engaged; to occupy; as, to busy one's self with books.

drusyadjective (a.) Alt. of Drused

jealousynoun (n.) The quality of being jealous; earnest concern or solicitude; painful apprehension of rivalship in cases nearly affecting one's happiness; painful suspicion of the faithfulness of husband, wife, or lover.

lousyadjective (a.) Infested with lice.
 adjective (a.) Mean; contemptible; as, lousy knave.

mousyadjective (a.) Infested with mice; smelling of mice.

tousynoun (n. & v.) Tousled; tangled; rough; shaggy.

ENGLISH WORDS RHYMING WITH SUSY (According to first letters):


Rhyming Words According to First 3 Letters (sus) - Words That Begins with sus:


susceptibilitynoun (n.) The state or quality of being susceptible; the capability of receiving impressions, or of being affected.
 noun (n.) Specifically, capacity for deep feeling or emotional excitement; sensibility, in its broadest acceptation; impressibility; sensitiveness.

susceptibleadjective (a.) Capable of admitting anything additional, or any change, affection, or influence; readily acted upon; as, a body susceptible of color or of alteration.
 adjective (a.) Capable of impression; having nice sensibility; impressible; tender; sensitive; as, children are more susceptible than adults; a man of a susceptible heart.

susceptionnoun (n.) The act of taking; reception.

susceptiveadjective (a.) Susceptible.

susceptivitynoun (n.) Capacity for receiving; susceptibility.

susceptornoun (n.) One who undertakes anything; specifically, a godfather; a sponsor; a guardian.

suscipiencynoun (n.) Admission.

suscipientnoun (n.) One who takes or admits; one who receives.
 adjective (a.) Receiving; admitting.

suscitabilitynoun (n.) Capability of being suscitated; excitability.

suscitatingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Suscitate

suscitationnoun (n.) The act of raising or exciting.

susliknoun (n.) A ground squirrel (Spermophilus citillus) of Europe and Asia. It has large cheek pouches.

suspectadjective (a.) Suspicious; inspiring distrust.
 adjective (a.) Suspected; distrusted.
 adjective (a.) Suspicion.
 adjective (a.) One who, or that which, is suspected; an object of suspicion; -- formerly applied to persons and things; now, only to persons suspected of crime.
 verb (v. t.) To imagine to exist; to have a slight or vague opinion of the existence of, without proof, and often upon weak evidence or no evidence; to mistrust; to surmise; -- commonly used regarding something unfavorable, hurtful, or wrong; as, to suspect the presence of disease.
 verb (v. t.) To imagine to be guilty, upon slight evidence, or without proof; as, to suspect one of equivocation.
 verb (v. t.) To hold to be uncertain; to doubt; to mistrust; to distruct; as, to suspect the truth of a story.
 verb (v. t.) To look up to; to respect.
 verb (v. i.) To imagine guilt; to have a suspicion or suspicions; to be suspicious.

suspectingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Suspect

suspectableadjective (a.) That may be suspected.

suspectedadjective (a.) Distrusted; doubted.
  (imp. & p. p.) of Suspect

suspecternoun (n.) One who suspects.

suspectfuladjective (a.) Apt to suspect or mistrust; full of suspicion; suspicious; as, to be suspectful of the motives of others.

suspectionnoun (n.) Suspicion.

suspectiousnessnoun (n.) Suspiciousness; cause for suspicion.

suspectlessadjective (a.) Not suspecting; having no suspicion.
 adjective (a.) Not suspected; not mistrusted.

suspendingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Suspend

suspendnoun (n.) To attach to something above; to hang; as, to suspend a ball by a thread; to suspend a needle by a loadstone.
 noun (n.) To make to depend; as, God hath suspended the promise of eternal life on the condition of obedience and holiness of life.
 noun (n.) To cause to cease for a time; to hinder from proceeding; to interrupt; to delay; to stay.
 noun (n.) To hold in an undetermined or undecided state; as, to suspend one's judgment or opinion.
 noun (n.) To debar, or cause to withdraw temporarily, from any privilege, from the execution of an office, from the enjoyment of income, etc.; as, to suspend a student from college; to suspend a member of a club.
 noun (n.) To cause to cease for a time from operation or effect; as, to suspend the habeas corpus act; to suspend the rules of a legislative body.
 noun (n.) To support in a liquid, as an insoluble powder, by stirring, to facilitate chemical action.
 verb (v. i.) To cease from operation or activity; esp., to stop payment, or be unable to meet obligations or engagements (said of a commercial firm or a bank).

suspendernoun (n.) One who, or that which, suspends; esp., one of a pair of straps or braces worn over the shoulders, for holding up the trousers.

suspensationnoun (n.) The act of suspending, or the state of being suspended, especially for a short time; temporary suspension.

suspenseadjective (a.) Held or lifted up; held or prevented from proceeding.
 adjective (a.) Expressing, or proceeding from, suspense or doubt.
 adjective (a.) The state of being suspended; specifically, a state of uncertainty and expectation, with anxiety or apprehension; indetermination; indecision; as, the suspense of a person waiting for the verdict of a jury.
 adjective (a.) Cessation for a time; stop; pause.
 adjective (a.) A temporary cessation of one's right; suspension, as when the rent or other profits of land cease by unity of possession of land and rent.

suspensibilitynoun (n.) The quality or state of being suspensible.

suspensibleadjective (a.) Capable of being suspended; capable of being held from sinking.

suspensionnoun (n.) The act of suspending, or the state of being suspended; pendency; as, suspension from a hook.
 noun (n.) Especially, temporary delay, interruption, or cessation
 noun (n.) Of labor, study, pain, etc.
 noun (n.) Of decision, determination, judgment, etc.; as, to ask a suspension of judgment or opinion in view of evidence to be produced.
 noun (n.) Of the payment of what is due; as, the suspension of a mercantile firm or of a bank.
 noun (n.) Of punishment, or sentence of punishment.
 noun (n.) Of a person in respect of the exercise of his office, powers, prerogative, etc.; as, the suspension of a student or of a clergyman.
 noun (n.) Of the action or execution of law, etc.; as, the suspension of the habeas corpus act.
 noun (n.) A conditional withholding, interruption, or delay; as, the suspension of a payment on the performance of a condition.
 noun (n.) The state of a solid when its particles are mixed with, but undissolved in, a fluid, and are capable of separation by straining; also, any substance in this state.
 noun (n.) A keeping of the hearer in doubt and in attentive expectation of what is to follow, or of what is to be the inference or conclusion from the arguments or observations employed.
 noun (n.) A stay or postponement of execution of a sentence condemnatory by means of letters of suspension granted on application to the lord ordinary.
 noun (n.) The prolongation of one or more tones of a chord into the chord which follows, thus producing a momentary discord, suspending the concord which the ear expects. Cf. Retardation.

suspensiveadjective (a.) Tending to suspend, or to keep in suspense; causing interruption or delay; uncertain; doubtful.

suspensornoun (n.) A suspensory.
 noun (n.) The cord which suspends the embryo; and which is attached to the radicle in the young state; the proembryo.

suspensoriumnoun (n.) Anything which suspends or holds up a part: especially, the mandibular suspensorium (a series of bones, or of cartilages representing them) which connects the base of the lower jaw with the skull in most vertebrates below mammals.

suspensorynoun (n.) That which suspends, or holds up, as a truss
 noun (n.) a bandage or bag for supporting the scrotum.
 adjective (a.) Suspended; hanging; depending.
 adjective (a.) Fitted or serving to suspend; suspending; as, a suspensory muscle.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a suspensorium.

suspicionnoun (n.) The act of suspecting; the imagination or apprehension of the existence of something (esp. something wrong or hurtful) without proof, or upon very slight evidence, or upon no evidence.
 noun (n.) Slight degree; suggestion; hint.
 verb (v. t.) To view with suspicion; to suspect; to doubt.

suspiciousadjective (a.) Inclined to suspect; given or prone to suspicion; apt to imagine without proof.
 adjective (a.) Indicating suspicion, mistrust, or fear.
 adjective (a.) Liable to suspicion; adapted to raise suspicion; giving reason to imagine ill; questionable; as, an author of suspicious innovations; suspicious circumstances.

suspiralnoun (n.) A breathing hole; a vent or ventiduct.
 noun (n.) A spring of water passing under ground toward a cistern or conduit.

suspirationnoun (n.) The act of sighing, or fetching a long and deep breath; a deep respiration; a sigh.

suspirenoun (n.) A long, deep breath; a sigh.
 verb (v. i.) To fetch a long, deep breath; to sigh; to breathe.

suspiredadjective (a.) Ardently desired or longed for; earnestly coveted.

sustainingnoun (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Sustain

sustainnoun (n.) One who, or that which, upholds or sustains; a sustainer.
 verb (v. t.) To keep from falling; to bear; to uphold; to support; as, a foundation sustains the superstructure; a beast sustains a load; a rope sustains a weight.
 verb (v. t.) Hence, to keep from sinking, as in despondence, or the like; to support.
 verb (v. t.) To maintain; to keep alive; to support; to subsist; to nourish; as, provisions to sustain an army.
 verb (v. t.) To aid, comfort, or relieve; to vindicate.
 verb (v. t.) To endure without failing or yielding; to bear up under; as, to sustain defeat and disappointment.
 verb (v. t.) To suffer; to bear; to undergo.
 verb (v. t.) To allow the prosecution of; to admit as valid; to sanction; to continue; not to dismiss or abate; as, the court sustained the action or suit.
 verb (v. t.) To prove; to establish by evidence; to corroborate or confirm; to be conclusive of; as, to sustain a charge, an accusation, or a proposition.

sustainableadjective (a.) Capable of being sustained or maintained; as, the action is not sustainable.

sustainedadjective (a.) Held up to a certain pitch, degree, or level; uniform; as, sustained pasion; a sustained style of writing; a sustained note in music.
  (imp. & p. p.) of Sustain

sustainernoun (n.) One who, or that which, sustains.

sustainmentnoun (n.) The act of sustaining; maintenance; support.

sustalticadjective (a.) Mournful; -- said of a species of music among the ancient Greeks.

sustenancenoun (n.) The act of sustaining; support; maintenance; subsistence; as, the sustenance of the body; the sustenance of life.
 noun (n.) That which supports life; food; victuals; provisions; means of living; as, the city has ample sustenance.

sustentaclenoun (n.) Sustenance.

sustentacularadjective (a.) Supporting; sustaining; as, a sustentacular tissue.

sustentationnoun (n.) The act of sustaining, or the state of being sustained; preservation from falling; support; sustenance; maintenance.
 noun (n.) The aggregate of the functions by which a living organism is maintained in a normal condition of weight and growth.

ENGLISH WORDS BOTH FIRST AND LAST LETTERS RHYMING WITH SUSY:

English Words which starts with 's' and ends with 'y':

sabulositynoun (n.) The quality of being sabulous; sandiness; grittiness.

saccharimetrynoun (n.) The act, process or method of determining the amount and kind of sugar present in sirup, molasses, and the like, especially by the employment of polarizing apparatus.

sacietynoun (n.) Satiety.

sacramentarynoun (n.) An ancient book of the Roman Catholic Church, written by Pope Gelasius, and revised, corrected, and abridged by St. Gregory, in which were contained the rites for Mass, the sacraments, the dedication of churches, and other ceremonies. There are several ancient books of the same kind in France and Germany.
 noun (n.) Same as Sacramentarian, n., 1.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to a sacrament or the sacraments; sacramental.
 adjective (a.) Of or pertaining to the Sacramentarians.

sacrificatorynoun (n.) Offering sacrifice.

sacristynoun (n.) An apartment in a church where the sacred utensils, vestments, etc., are kept; a vestry.

saddlerynoun (n.) The materials for making saddles and harnesses; the articles usually offered for sale in a saddler's shop.
 noun (n.) The trade or employment of a saddler.

safetynoun (n.) The condition or state of being safe; freedom from danger or hazard; exemption from hurt, injury, or loss.
 noun (n.) Freedom from whatever exposes one to danger or from liability to cause danger or harm; safeness; hence, the quality of making safe or secure, or of giving confidence, justifying trust, insuring against harm or loss, etc.
 noun (n.) Preservation from escape; close custody.
 noun (n.) Same as Safety touchdown, below.
 noun (n.) A safety touchdown.
 noun (n.) Short for Safety bicycle.

saffronyadjective (a.) Having a color somewhat like saffron; yellowish.

sagacitynoun (n.) The quality of being sagacious; quickness or acuteness of sense perceptions; keenness of discernment or penetration with soundness of judgment; shrewdness.

sagathynoun (n.) A mixed woven fabric of silk and cotton, or silk and wool; sayette; also, a light woolen fabric.

sagittarynoun (n.) A centaur; a fabulous being, half man, half horse, armed with a bow and quiver.
 noun (n.) The Arsenal in Venice; -- so called from having a figure of an archer over the door.
 adjective (a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, an arrow.

sagyadjective (a.) Full of sage; seasoned with sage.

sailyadjective (a.) Like a sail.

salabilitynoun (n.) The quality or condition of being salable; salableness.

salacitynoun (n.) Strong propensity to venery; lust; lecherousness.

salarynoun (n.) The recompense or consideration paid, or stipulated to be paid, to a person at regular intervals for services; fixed wages, as by the year, quarter, or month; stipend; hire.
 adjective (a.) Saline
 verb (v. t.) To pay, or agree to pay, a salary to; to attach salary to; as, to salary a clerk; to salary a position.

salebrositynoun (n.) Roughness or ruggedness.

saliencynoun (n.) Quality of being salient; hence, vigor.

salimetrynoun (n.) The art or process of measuring the amount of salt in a substance.

salinitynoun (n.) Salineness.

salivaryadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to saliva; producing or carrying saliva; as, the salivary ferment; the salivary glands; the salivary ducts, etc.

salomtrynoun (n.) Salimetry.

salsafynoun (n.) See Salsify.

salsifynoun (n.) See Oyster plant (a), under Oyster.

saltatoryadjective (a.) Leaping or dancing; having the power of, or used in, leaping or dancing.

saltyadjective (a.) Somewhat salt; saltish.

salubritynoun (n.) The quality of being salubrious; favorableness to the preservation of health; salubriousness; wholesomeness; healthfulness; as, the salubrity of the air, of a country, or a climate.

salutaryadjective (a.) Wholesome; healthful; promoting health; as, salutary exercise.
 adjective (a.) Promotive of, or contributing to, some beneficial purpose; beneficial; advantageous; as, a salutary design.

salutatorynoun (n.) A place for saluting or greeting; a vestibule; a porch.
 noun (n.) The salutatory oration.
 adjective (a.) Containing or expressing salutations; speaking a welcome; greeting; -- applied especially to the oration which introduces the exercises of the Commencements, or similar public exhibitions, in American colleges.

salvabilitynoun (n.) The quality or condition of being salvable; salvableness.

salvatorynoun (n.) A place where things are preserved; a repository.

sanabilitynoun (n.) The quality or state of being sanable; sanableness; curableness.

sanatoryadjective (a.) Conducive to health; tending to cure; healing; curative; sanative.

sanctimonynoun (n.) Holiness; devoutness; scrupulous austerity; sanctity; especially, outward or artificial saintliness; assumed or pretended holiness; hypocritical devoutness.

sanctionaryadjective (a.) Of, pertaining to, or giving, sanction.

sanctitynoun (n.) The state or quality of being sacred or holy; holiness; saintliness; moral purity; godliness.
 noun (n.) Sacredness; solemnity; inviolability; religious binding force; as, the sanctity of an oath.
 noun (n.) A saint or holy being.

sanctuarynoun (n.) A sacred place; a consecrated spot; a holy and inviolable site.
 noun (n.) The most retired part of the temple at Jerusalem, called the Holy of Holies, in which was kept the ark of the covenant, and into which no person was permitted to enter except the high priest, and he only once a year, to intercede for the people; also, the most sacred part of the tabernacle; also, the temple at Jerusalem.
 noun (n.) The most sacred part of any religious building, esp. that part of a Christian church in which the altar is placed.
 noun (n.) A house consecrated to the worship of God; a place where divine service is performed; a church, temple, or other place of worship.
 noun (n.) A sacred and inviolable asylum; a place of refuge and protection; shelter; refuge; protection.

sanguinaryadjective (a.) Attended with much bloodshed; bloody; murderous; as, a sanguinary war, contest, or battle.
 adjective (a.) Bloodthirsty; cruel; eager to shed blood.
 adjective (a.) The yarrow.
 adjective (a.) The Sanguinaria.

sanguinitynoun (n.) The quality of being sanguine; sanguineness.

sanguinolencynoun (n.) The state of being sanguinolent, or bloody.

sanitaryadjective (a.) Of or pertaining to health; designed to secure or preserve health; relating to the preservation or restoration of health; hygienic; as, sanitary regulations. See the Note under Sanatory.

sanitynoun (n.) The condition or quality of being sane; soundness of health of body or mind, especially of the mind; saneness.

sannynoun (n.) The sandpiper.

sapiditynoun (n.) The quality or state of being sapid; taste; savor; savoriness.

saponacitynoun (n.) The quality or state of being saponaceous.

saponaryadjective (a.) Saponaceous.

saporositynoun (n.) The quality of a body by which it excites the sensation of taste.

sappyadjective (a.) Musty; tainted.
 superlative (superl.) Abounding with sap; full of sap; juicy; succulent.
 superlative (superl.) Hence, young, not firm; weak, feeble.
 superlative (superl.) Weak in intellect.
 superlative (superl.) Abounding in sap; resembling, or consisting largely of, sapwood.

sarcologynoun (n.) That part of anatomy which treats of the soft parts. It includes myology, angiology, neurology, and splanchnology.

sarcophagynoun (n.) The practice of eating flesh.

sasherynoun (n.) A collection of sashes; ornamentation by means of sashes.

sassabynoun (n.) Alt. of Sassabye

satanophanynoun (n.) An incarnation of Satan; a being possessed by a demon.

satietynoun (n.) The state of being satiated or glutted; fullness of gratification, either of the appetite or of any sensual desire; fullness beyond desire; an excess of gratification which excites wearisomeness or loathing; repletion; satiation.

satinyadjective (a.) Like or composed of satin; glossy; as, to have a satiny appearance; a satiny texture.

satisfactoryadjective (a.) Giving or producing satisfaction; yielding content; especially, relieving the mind from doubt or uncertainty, and enabling it to rest with confidence; sufficient; as, a satisfactory account or explanation.
 adjective (a.) Making amends, indemnification, or recompense; causing to cease from claims and to rest content; compensating; atoning; as, to make satisfactory compensation, or a satisfactory apology.

satisfyadjective (a.) In general, to fill up the measure of a want of (a person or a thing); hence, to grafity fully the desire of; to make content; to supply to the full, or so far as to give contentment with what is wished for.
 adjective (a.) To pay to the extent of claims or deserts; to give what is due to; as, to satisfy a creditor.
 adjective (a.) To answer or discharge, as a claim, debt, legal demand, or the like; to give compensation for; to pay off; to requite; as, to satisfy a claim or an execution.
 adjective (a.) To free from doubt, suspense, or uncertainty; to give assurance to; to set at rest the mind of; to convince; as, to satisfy one's self by inquiry.
 verb (v. i.) To give satisfaction; to afford gratification; to leave nothing to be desired.
 verb (v. i.) To make payment or atonement; to atone.

satrapynoun (n.) The government or jurisdiction of a satrap; a principality.

saturdaynoun (n.) The seventh or last day of the week; the day following Friday and preceding Sunday.

saturitynoun (n.) The state of being saturated; fullness of supply.

saurynoun (n.) A slender marine fish (Scomberesox saurus) of Europe and America. It has long, thin, beaklike jaws. Called also billfish, gowdnook, gawnook, skipper, skipjack, skopster, lizard fish, and Egypt herring.

savagerynoun (n.) The state of being savage; savageness; savagism.
 noun (n.) An act of cruelty; barbarity.
 noun (n.) Wild growth, as of plants.

saveloynoun (n.) A kind of dried sausage.

savorlyadjective (a.) Savory.
 adverb (adv.) In a savory manner.

savorynoun (n.) An aromatic labiate plant (Satureia hortensis), much used in cooking; -- also called summer savory.
 adjective (a.) Pleasing to the organs of taste or smell.

savoynoun (n.) A variety of the common cabbage (Brassica oleracea major), having curled leaves, -- much cultivated for winter use.

sawbellynoun (n.) The alewife.

sawflynoun (n.) Any one of numerous species of hymenopterous insects belonging to the family Tenthredinidae. The female usually has an ovipositor containing a pair of sawlike organs with which she makes incisions in the leaves or stems of plants in which to lay the eggs. The larvae resemble those of Lepidoptera.

sawtrynoun (n.) A psaltery.

saynoun (n.) Trial by sample; assay; sample; specimen; smack.
 noun (n.) Tried quality; temper; proof.
 noun (n.) Essay; trial; attempt.
 noun (n.) A kind of silk or satin.
 noun (n.) A delicate kind of serge, or woolen cloth.
 verb (v. t.) To try; to assay.
 verb (v. t.) To utter or express in words; to tell; to speak; to declare; as, he said many wise things.
 verb (v. t.) To repeat; to rehearse; to recite; to pronounce; as, to say a lesson.
 verb (v. t.) To announce as a decision or opinion; to state positively; to assert; hence, to form an opinion upon; to be sure about; to be determined in mind as to.
 verb (v. t.) To mention or suggest as an estimate, hypothesis, or approximation; hence, to suppose; -- in the imperative, followed sometimes by the subjunctive; as, he had, say fifty thousand dollars; the fox had run, say ten miles.
 verb (v. i.) To speak; to express an opinion; to make answer; to reply.
 verb (v. t.) A speech; something said; an expression of opinion; a current story; a maxim or proverb.
  (imp.) Saw.

scabreditynoun (n.) Roughness; ruggedness.

scalaryadjective (a.) Resembling a ladder; formed with steps.

scalyadjective (a.) Covered or abounding with scales; as, a scaly fish.
 adjective (a.) Resembling scales, laminae, or layers.
 adjective (a.) Mean; low; as, a scaly fellow.
 adjective (a.) Composed of scales lying over each other; as, a scaly bulb; covered with scales; as, a scaly stem.

scammonynoun (n.) A species of bindweed or Convolvulus (C. Scammonia).
 noun (n.) An inspissated sap obtained from the root of the Convolvulus Scammonia, of a blackish gray color, a nauseous smell like that of old cheese, and a somewhat acrid taste. It is used in medicine as a cathartic.

scantyadjective (a.) Wanting amplitude or extent; narrow; small; not abundant.
 adjective (a.) Somewhat less than is needed; insufficient; scant; as, a scanty supply of words; a scanty supply of bread.
 adjective (a.) Sparing; niggardly; parsimonious.

scaphocephalynoun (n.) A deformed condition of the skull, in which the vault is narrow, elongated, and more or less boat-shaped.

scapularynoun (n.) A loose sleeveless vestment falling in front and behind, worn by certain religious orders and devout persons.
 noun (n.) The name given to two pieces of cloth worn under the ordinary garb and over the shoulders as an act of devotion.
 noun (n.) A bandage passing over the shoulder to support it, or to retain another bandage in place.
 noun (n.) Same as 2d and 3d Scapular.
 adjective (a.) Same as Scapular, a.

scarcitynoun (n.) The quality or condition of being scarce; smallness of quantity in proportion to the wants or demands; deficiency; lack of plenty; short supply; penury; as, a scarcity of grain; a great scarcity of beauties.

scarryadjective (a.) Bearing scars or marks of wounds.
 adjective (a.) Like a scar, or rocky eminence; containing scars.

scarynoun (n.) Barren land having only a thin coat of grass.
 adjective (a.) Subject to sudden alarm.
 adjective (a.) Causing fright; alarming.

scathlyadjective (a.) Injurious; scathful.

scenarynoun (n.) Scenery.

scenerynoun (n.) Assemblage of scenes; the paintings and hangings representing the scenes of a play; the disposition and arrangement of the scenes in which the action of a play, poem, etc., is laid; representation of place of action or occurence.
 noun (n.) Sum of scenes or views; general aspect, as regards variety and beauty or the reverse, in a landscape; combination of natural views, as woods, hills, etc.

scenographynoun (n.) The art or act of representing a body on a perspective plane; also, a representation or description of a body, in all its dimensions, as it appears to the eye.

schellynoun (n.) The powan.

schistositynoun (n.) The quality or state of being schistose.

scholaritynoun (n.) Scholarship.

scholarlyadjective (a.) Like a scholar, or learned person; showing the qualities of a scholar; as, a scholarly essay or critique.
 adverb (adv.) In a scholarly manner.

scholynoun (n.) A scholium.
 verb (v. i. & t.) To write scholia; to annotate.

schoolboynoun (n.) A boy belonging to, or attending, a school.

schoolerynoun (n.) Something taught; precepts; schooling.

schorlyadjective (a.) Pertaining to, or containing, schorl; as, schorly granite.

sciagraphynoun (n.) The art or science of projecting or delineating shadows as they fall in nature.
 noun (n.) Same as Sciagraph.
 noun (n.) Same as Radiography.

sciamachynoun (n.) See Sciomachy.

sciographynoun (n.) See Sciagraphy.

sciomachynoun (n.) A fighting with a shadow; a mock contest; an imaginary or futile combat.

sciomancynoun (n.) Divination by means of shadows.

scirrhositynoun (n.) A morbid induration, as of a gland; state of being scirrhous.

scissiparitynoun (n.) Reproduction by fission.