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bedside the space alongside a bed, esp. of a sick person. [2 definitions]
cease to stop or come to an end. [3 definitions]
cede to give up or surrender, esp. formally.
de-ice to keep free of ice or remove ice from.
decease the act of dying; death. [2 definitions]
deceased no longer alive; dead. [2 definitions]
decide to arrive at a conclusion about or a settlement of; determine. [7 definitions]
deduce to draw (a conclusion) by reasoning from given information or general principles. [2 definitions]
desert1 a very dry, often sandy area with little or no plant growth. [5 definitions]
desert2 to abandon and thereby be remiss in one's duties or obligations. [3 definitions]
desert3 (often pl.) that which one deserves, esp. something unpleasant.
dissuade to persuade against doing something (often fol. by "from").
reduce to make less in amount or size. [8 definitions]
sad despondent, unhappy, or sorrowful. [4 definitions]
sadden to make or become sad.
Sadducee a member of an ancient Palestinian sect that formed political alliances with the Roman rulers, interpreted scripture literally, and rejected oral law and the belief in a Messiah.
sawdust the tiny particles that result from sawing wood.
seaside land that borders on the ocean; seashore. [2 definitions]
sedate composed and dignified. [3 definitions]
Seder in Judaism, a ritual meal at the beginning of Passover that commemorates the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt.