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song and dance (informal) an effort to persuade, mislead, or deceive by an elaborate or irrelevant explanation or story. [2 definitions]
songbird a bird that has a pleasant-sounding song or call. [2 definitions]
songfest an informal gathering for singing, often of folk songs; sing-along.
songless combined form of song.
Song of Solomon a book of the Old Testament, once attributed to King Solomon, that contains a collection of dramatic and lyrical love poems and has been the subject of many allegorical interpretations; Song of Songs; Canticle of Canticles.
songsmith (informal) a songwriter.
song sparrow a common North American songbird with streaked brownish plumage.
songster one who sings; singer. [2 definitions]
song thrush a common Eurasian songbird with brown upper plumage and a white, brown-spotted breast.
songwriter one who composes the lyrics, the music, or both for songs, esp. popular songs.
sonic of or related to audible sound or sound waves. [2 definitions]
sonic barrier the large increase in aerodynamic resistance experienced by aircraft approaching the speed of sound; sound barrier.
sonic boom an explosive sound caused by the shock wave preceding an aircraft traveling faster than sound.
sonic depth finder an instrument that uses sonar to measure underwater depths.
son-in-law the husband of one's daughter.
sonless combined form of son.
sonnet a fourteen-line poem that usu. rhymes, often in accordance with one or another of certain traditional patterns.
sonneteer one who writes sonnets. [3 definitions]
sonny small boy or little son (often used to address any young boy).
sonobuoy a buoy that receives and amplifies underwater sound signals and transmits them by radio.
son of a bitch (slang, often vulgar) a hateful or despicable person or thing. [2 definitions]