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slug1 a small land animal with a soft body and two tentacles with eyes. Slugs are mollusks closely related to snails, but they do not have a visible shell. They live in wet places and eat plants. [2 definitions]
slug2 (informal) to hit heavily with a clenched fist.
sluggish moving slowly. [2 definitions]
sluice a channel made by people through which water flows. Sluices have gates to control the amount of water that flows through the channel. [2 definitions]
slum (often plural) a crowded, run-down area of a city where poor people live.
slumber to sleep lightly. [3 definitions]
slump to sink down or fall with all one's weight. [4 definitions]
slurp to make loud noises by taking in both air and liquid when drinking something or eating something like soup. [2 definitions]
slush snow that is partly melted.
sly devious or not to be trusted. [2 definitions]
smack2 to hit noisily with an open hand; slap. [6 definitions]
small little in size, number, or amount. [6 definitions]
small intestine the narrow part of the intestine which connects the stomach and the large intestine. The small intestine digests food and absorbs nutrients into the blood.
smart clever; intelligent. [6 definitions]
smash to break into small pieces by hitting, throwing, or dropping, often making a loud noise. [10 definitions]
smear to spread or apply on or over a surface. [5 definitions]
smell to sense the odor of by means of the nose. [8 definitions]
smell a rat to suspect that something is wrong.
smelt1 to melt or fuse in order to separate and obtain the metal content.
smelt2 a kind of small fish that lives in freshwater and coastal marine areas of Europe and North America. Smelt are safe to eat and have a silver color.
smelt3 a past tense and past participle of "smell."