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rustic living or happening in the country. [2 definitions]
rustle to make soft, hissing sounds like things rubbing together. [4 definitions]
rustler a person who rustles or steals livestock.
rusty covered with rust; not working well. [2 definitions]
rut1 a hollow track worn into the ground. [3 definitions]
ruthless having no mercy or sympathy; cruel.
Rwanda a central African country between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Tanzania.
rye1 a grass grown for its grain. Rye seeds are used for cereal, flour, and other grain products. [2 definitions]
-s1 a suffix used to form the third person singular present tense of all regular and most irregular verbs.
-s2 a suffix used to form the regular plural of most nouns.
-'s2 a suffix used to form the possessive of most singular nouns, some plural nouns not ending in "s," and some pronouns.
-'s3 a suffix used as a shortened form of "is." [3 definitions]
S1 abbreviation of "south."
s the nineteenth letter of the English alphabet. [2 definitions]
Sabbath Saturday, the day of rest and worship for Jews and some Christians. [2 definitions]
saber a heavy sword with one sharp edge. It is usually curved.
saber-toothed tiger a large wild cat with very long teeth curving from its upper jaw. Saber-toothed tigers were carnivores that hunted the young of mammoths and other large animals. The last kinds of saber-toothed tigers became extinct over ten thousand years ago. Modern tigers are not related to saber-toothed tigers.
sable a small mammal with very dark brown fur, a long body, and short legs. Sables live in Europe and Asia and are related to weasels. [4 definitions]
sabotage secret activity that causes damage to enemy property or causes disturbance to an enemy's operations. [2 definitions]
sabre a spelling of "saber" used in Canada and Britain. See "saber" for more information.
SAC abbreviation of "Strategic Air Command."