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squash1 to press, beat, or crush into a flat mass. [4 definitions]
squash2 a fruit that grows on a vine and is eaten as a vegetable. Squash grows in many sizes, colors, and shapes. [2 definitions]
squat to sit on one's heels, or to crouch low to the ground with the knees bent. [2 definitions]
squawk to give a harsh scream. [2 definitions]
squeak a short, high, shrill sound or cry. [2 definitions]
squeak by barely succeed; almost fail.
squeak through barely succeed; almost fail
squeal a fairly long, loud, shrill sound or cry. [3 definitions]
squeeze to press firmly together. [7 definitions]
squid a sea animal with a long, soft body and ten strong tentacles. Squids are carnivores that eat other sea animals. They are mollusks and are closely related to octopuses. Squids range in size from quite tiny to over forty feet.
squint to partly close the eyelids. [2 definitions]
squirm to twist the body about; wriggle. [3 definitions]
squirrel a small rodent that is active during the day. There are many kinds of squirrels found all around the world. The word "squirrel" is often used to refer to tree squirrels, small rodents with long, bushy tails. Tree squirrels have gray, red brown, or black fur.
squirt to be shot out in a thin jet; spurt. [5 definitions]
Sr. abbreviation of "Senior."
Sri Lanka an island country in the Indian Ocean, off the southeastern coast of India. The capital of Sri Lanka is Colombo.
St.1 abbreviation of "street." [2 definitions]
stab to pierce or wound with or as if with a pointed object. [4 definitions]
stable1 fixed, firm, or steady in position; not shaky or easily moved. [2 definitions]
stable2 a building where animals such as horses or cows are kept and fed. Stables are often divided into separate stalls. [2 definitions]
stack a somewhat neat pile of things arranged in layers. [5 definitions]