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sprung a past tense and past participle of spring.
spry moving in a brisk and lively way; nimble.
spun the past tense and past participle of spin.
spur a metal piece with a spike that is attached to the heel of a rider's boot. Spurs are used to make a horse go forward. [4 definitions]
spurt to rush or shoot out in a forced or sudden way; spout. [5 definitions]
sputter to spit out saliva or bits of food while speaking in a fast or excited way. [4 definitions]
spy a person who works for a government in secret to watch and get information about another nation's activities and plans. [4 definitions]
sq. an abbreviation for square.
sq. ft. an abbreviation for "square foot" or "square feet."
squad a small number of persons trained to work together.
squall1 a sudden, powerful wind that moves in suddenly. Squalls usually bring rain, snow, or sleet.
square a flat, closed figure with four straight sides of equal length and four angles of equal measure. [22 definitions]
square root a number that, when multiplied by itself, produces another number.
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]