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sabre a spelling of "saber" used in Canada and Britain. See "saber" for more information.
SAC abbreviation of "Strategic Air Command."
sac a plant or animal part shaped like a bag or pouch.
saccharine having to do with sugar; extremely sweet. [2 definitions]
sack1 a large bag made of thick paper or other strong material and used for holding various kinds of things such as grain, potatoes, onions, coarse salt, and seeds. [4 definitions]
sack2 to steal valuable things from, after capturing. [2 definitions]
sack out (slang) to go to bed.
sacred having to do with religion. [2 definitions]
sacrifice the act of giving up something of great value to show loyalty or deep affection. [7 definitions]
sad unhappy or without joy. [2 definitions]
sadden to make or become sad.
saddle a leather seat that is used on the back of a horse or other animal to carry a rider. [5 definitions]
sadly in a manner that exhibits or expresses sadness. [2 definitions]
sadness the state or quality of being unhappy.
safari an expedition for watching or hunting large animals.
safe providing protection from harm, loss, or danger. [4 definitions]
safeguard a person, thing, or action that gives protection; a way of making sure that something is safe. [2 definitions]
safely without being harmed.
safety the condition of being safe from danger.
safety belt a harness that fits across the lap and often the chest of a person riding in a car or airplane; seat belt. Safety belts are worn for protection. [2 definitions]
safety pin a pin folded back on itself to form a clasp. There is a spring at one end and a guard at the other end to cover the point. A safety pin is used to hold two pieces of cloth or other material together.