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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.
sag to sink, hang, or bend downward in the middle. [2 definitions]
sage1 a very wise person. [2 definitions]
sagebrush a bushy plant with silver leaves that have a pleasant smell. It has white or yellow flowers and grows in the dry plains of the western United States.
Sagittarius a constellation between Scorpio and Capricorn, in the brightest part of the Milky Way. Sagittarius is also called the Archer. [3 definitions]
Sahara a vast desert in northern Africa stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the River Nile.
Sahara Desert a vast and very dry region of North Africa extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Nile River. The Sahara desert is hot and sandy, and it is the largest desert of this type in the world.
said past tense and past participle of "say."
Saigon the former name of Ho Chi Minh City.
sail a large piece of cloth that is attached to a boat. Sails move boats forward by catching the wind. [11 definitions]
sailboat a boat pushed by wind blowing against its sails.
sailor a member of the navy who works aboard a ship. [2 definitions]
saint one who has died and been formally recognized by the Roman Catholic or other Christian church as having lived a holy life or as having died in the service of God. A saint holds a special place of honor within the Church. (abbr.: St. or Ste.) [3 definitions]