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semolina coarse wheat that is a byproduct in the manufacture of fine flour, used to make pasta, puddings, and the like.
semper fidelis (Latin) always faithful (used as the motto of the U.S. Marine Corps).
semper paratus (Latin) always prepared (used as the motto of the U.S. Coast Guard).
sempiternal in literary usage, lasting forever; perpetual; eternal.
sempstress a seamstress.
Sen. abbreviation of "Senator," a member of a senate.
sen the smaller monetary unit of Japan. (Cf. yen.) [4 definitions]
senate (cap.) the upper house of the legislature in the United States, Canada, and certain other countries. [3 definitions]
Senate majority leader the senator who is the highest ranking member of the majority party in the U.S. Senate and who speaks for and represents the interests of his or her fellow majority party senators.
Senate minority leader the senator who is the highest ranking member of the minority party in the U.S. Senate and who speaks for and represents the interests of his or her fellow minority party senators.
Senate Rules Committee the committee of the U.S. Senate responsible for overseeing matters relating to rules and procedures in the Senate, federal elections, U.S. presidential succession, qualifications of Senate members, corrupt government practices, and the administration of Senate office buildings. The formal name is United States Senate Committee on Rules and Administration.
senator a member of a senate.
send to cause to be transmitted, as by mail or delivery service. [6 definitions]
send-off (informal) a show of encouragement and affection for a person starting a new venture, going on a trip, or the like.
send to Coventry to ostracize, shun, or banish.
sene the smaller monetary unit of Western Samoa. (Cf. tala.)
Seneca a member of a tribe of North American Indians living in western New York and belonging to the Six Nations. [2 definitions]
Seneca Falls a village and township located in central New York State, where the first U.S. women's rights convention was held (1848), now home to the Women's Rights National Historical Park and the National Women's Hall of Fame.
Senegal a West African country on the Atlantic, between Mauritania and Guinea.
senescent becoming aged; in or nearing old age.
seneschal a steward in the household of a medieval prince or noble.