- Sir! Did you have a good holiday? Did you go away?
- Yes, I went to France, to Paris.
- Did you have much trouble with your French when you were there?
- No, I didn"t - but the Parisians did.
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List of words beginning with: S
Found: 3438 results
adj. (-ier, -iest) colloq. Slippery. look (or be) slippy make haste.
n. Colloq. Mistake.
—n. Long thin piece cut or split off. —v. - break off as a sliver.
- break or form into slivers. [old english]
n. (in full sloane ranger) slang fashionable and conventional upper-class young person. sloaney adj. [sloane square in london, and lone ranger, cowboy hero]
n. - catchy phrase used in advertising etc.
- party cry; watchword. [gaelic, = war cry]
adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 wet, watery, too liquid.
- careless, untidy.
- foolishly sentimental. sloppily adv. Sloppiness n.
hat n. Hat with a wide flexible brim.
- —v. Stand, move, or sit in a drooping fashion. —n. - slouching posture or movement. 2 slang incompetent or slovenly worker etc. [origin unknown]
of despond n. State of hopeless depression.
- n. Swamp, miry place. [old english]
- —n. Part that an animal casts or moults, esp. A snake's cast skin. —v. (often foll. By off) cast or drop off as a slough. [origin unknown]
—n. - native of slovakia in czechoslovakia.
- language of slovakia, one of the two official languages of czechoslovakia. —adj. Of the slovaks or their language. [native name]
n. Untidy or careless person. [origin uncertain]
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Snails can sleep for 3 years without eating.