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- sanitary If we condemn this disease-breeding death-trap, it will not be a question of this woman having "no roof" over her head, but she may have a decent roof, with healthful, sanitary regulations, at a less rent than she now pays, and still pay an honest interest on the investment to the landlord.
- satire At an early age he became professor of belles lettres at Treviso, and published various poems, including a political satire, which led to his exile.
- satyr Principal objects-By Michael Angelo, Wounded Apollo, Bacchus and Satyr, Dying Adonis, and an unfinished group of Victory.
- sentry As then, there was a guard of soldiers within the covered entrance, with a sentry outside the gate.
- soldiery Ignorance of war and of the situation has induced them to criticise and to condemn; and idle words, greedily listened to, and quickly exaggerated, may easily destroy the confidence of the soldiery in the abilities of their leader.
- solitary The country is now very solitary, and the natives fear to approach the ruins, especially at night, believing them to be haunted.
- sophistry If, then, Tracts for the Million seem a necessity, they also seem an impossibility; for what self-respecting man will sit down to weave that tissue of sophistry, special-pleading, violence, and vulgarity, which alone will serve the practical purpose with those to whom trenchency is everything and subtlety nothing?
- sorcery She could have believed in sorcery: the man had eaten her heart!
- story That's the true story.
- stray Love smiled from a garden by the way, And called to me, but I would not stray From the road that stretched like a ribbon white, Up endless hills to an endless night.
- sultry It was a sultry July evening of the day on which the woman whom he had loved for years had married his brother.