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Saint Nick (informal) shortened form of "Saint Nicholas"; in North American folklore, a chubby, jolly, bearded old fellow who embodies the charitable spirit of Christmas. He wears a red suit, lives at the North Pole, and brings children presents at Christmas; Santa Claus.
Saint Patrick's Day March 17, observed by the Irish in honor of the patron saint of Ireland.
Saint Thomas Aquinas an Italian Catholic theologian and philosopher (b.1225?--d.1274).
Saint Valentine's Day a holiday celebrated on February 14 of each year, observed mostly by the exchanging of tokens of affection or friendship; Valentine's Day.
Saint Vincent the main island of the country of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, located in the West Indies in the Caribbean.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines an island country of the West Indies in the Caribbean, including the main island of Saint Vincent and some of the islands of the Grenadines.
Saint Vitus a Christian saint who lived in Sicily in the third century A.D., considered the patron saint of dancers, actors, comedians, epileptics, dogs, and others.
Saint Vitus's dance a type of chorea esp. affecting children.
sake1 purpose; reason. [2 definitions]
sake2 an alcoholic beverage of fermented rice, originating in Japan.
sal in pharmacy, salt.
salaam an obeisance, esp. a low, deferential bow performed with the right hand on the forehead. [3 definitions]
salable available or suitable for sale; easily sold.
salacious excited by lust; lecherous. [2 definitions]
salad any of various cold vegetable mixtures, usu. containing lettuce, tomato, cucumber, onions, and the like, and served with a dressing. [2 definitions]
salad bar a self-service counter in a restaurant or cafeteria offering a variety of salad ingredients and dressings.
salad days a time of youthful naiveté and inexperience.
salad dressing a combination of oil, vinegar, and spices or other ingredients, used as a sauce for salads.
salade niçoise (sometimes caps.) a salad consisting mainly of tuna, tomatoes, cooked green beans and potatoes, hard-boiled eggs, and often greens, usu. dressed with a garlic vinaigrette.
salamander any of a variety of small amphibians that have a long tail and moist scaleless skin, and that look like lizards.
salami a spicy, salty sausage, originally from Italy, that is usu. made with beef or pork.