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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 with the mouth while eating or drinking. [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.
smile to wear an expression on the face in which the corners of the mouth turn up and the eyes get brighter. Smiling usually shows that a person is happy, amused, or friendly. [2 definitions]
smiley a small icon made of punctuation characters and letters and placed in an e-mail; emoticon. A smiley shows the mood of the writer, such as :-o
smith a person who works in metals (often used in combination).