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sorceress a woman who is believed to have supernatural powers, aided by evil spirits.
sorcery the use of powers gained from evil spirits to do magic, cast spells, or the like; witchcraft.
sordid dirty, filthy, or foul, esp. from neglect or poverty; squalid; wretched. [3 definitions]
sore physically painful, as a wound or bruise. [7 definitions]
sorehead (informal) a person who becomes angry easily, esp. as a result of losing at some competitive activity.
sorely painfully or grievously. [2 definitions]
sorghum any of various tropical grasses that have leaves resembling those of corn and a dense cluster of grain atop a tall stem, esp. one widely cultivated for its grain, for forage, or as a source of syrup. [2 definitions]
sororal of, concerning, or characteristic of a sister; sisterly.
sorority a social club or organization of girls or women, esp. one at a college.
sorrel1 a light brown or reddish brown color. [2 definitions]
sorrel2 any of various plants that have sharp-tasting leaves sometimes used in salad, soup, or the like. [2 definitions]
sorrow the suffering or distress resulting from an injury, loss, misfortune, or the like; grief; sadness. [4 definitions]
sorrowful experiencing sorrow; sad. [3 definitions]
sorry feeling regret, pity, sympathy, or the like. [5 definitions]
sort kind; class. [5 definitions]
sortable combined form of sort.
sortie an assault made by a besieged military force against its attackers. [3 definitions]
SOS a call or signal for help, esp. by the use of the Morse code symbols for these letters, as from a ship in distress (considered by some to be an abbreviation for "save our ship" or "save our souls").
so-so neither very bad nor very good; passable; mediocre. [2 definitions]
sostenuto in a sustained manner, with each note held for its full time value (used as a musical direction). [2 definitions]
sot one who is often drunk; drunkard.