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Samuel Morse a U.S. artist and inventor (b.1791--d.1872).
samurai a member of the elite military class of feudal Japan. [2 definitions]
-san in Japanese, Mr. or Mrs. (used at the end of a name to show respect).
San'a the capital of Yemen.
sanative having curative or healing powers.
sanatorium a professional establishment for the care and treatment of recuperating patients or patients suffering from chronic diseases. [2 definitions]
Sancerre a dry French white wine from the upper Loire valley.
Sancho Panza in Don Quixote, the title character's practical squire. [2 definitions]
sancta a plural form of sanctum.
sanctified made holy or sacred. [2 definitions]
sanctify to make sacred or holy; consecrate. [3 definitions]
sanctimonious pretending to be pious or righteous; assuming an air of holiness or moral superiority.
sanctimony a pretense of righteousness or piety; feigned devotion or holiness.
sanction an official or authoritative approval, as of an action, behavior, or the like; permission. [8 definitions]
sanctionable combined form of sanction.
sanctity the quality or state of being holy or sacred; sacredness. [2 definitions]
sanctuary a holy or sacred place, esp. the holiest part of a place of worship. [4 definitions]
sanctum a holy or sacred place. [2 definitions]
sanctum sanctorum the innermost or most holy chamber of the ancient temple in Jerusalem; holy of holies. [2 definitions]
Sanctus (Latin) holy; a hymn of praise in many eucharistic liturgies.
sand loose grains of finely ground rock, often including quartz. [7 definitions]