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sandlot an unoccupied, open lot suitable for use as an informal playing field.
sandlot baseball baseball played by amateurs in a vacant lot or field.
sandman in folklore and fairy tales, a person who makes children sleepy by sprinkling sand in their eyes.
sand myrtle a small evergreen shrub, related to heather, that grows in sandy areas of the southeastern United States and bears white flowers.
sand painting a ceremony performed by Navajo Indians in which multicolored sand is sprinkled to create various designs. [2 definitions]
sandpaper paper coated on one side with a coarse or fine abrasive compound, used to abrade or smooth surfaces. [2 definitions]
sandpiper any of numerous small, wading shore birds with long slender bills.
sandstone rock that is formed mostly of sand held together with a cementlike substance.
sandstorm a storm, esp. in the desert, with high winds that pick up sand and drive it through the air.
sand trap a golf course hazard consisting of a shallow pit partly filled with sand.
sand verbena any of various trailing plants that bear showy flowers and grow in sandy areas of the western United States.
sand wedge a special type of heavy golf club designed for making shots from sand traps.
sandwich sliced bread around a layer or layers of other food such as meat, cheese, or jelly. [3 definitions]
sandwort any of various low-growing white-flowered plants found in sandy areas.
sandy made of, containing, or resembling sand. [3 definitions]
Sandy Koufax U.S. professional baseball player known for his pitching for the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1955 to 1966; born Sanford Koufax (b. 1935).
sane having a mind that is healthy and rational. [2 definitions]
Sanforize to treat (cloth or clothing) so as to be Sanforized.
Sanforized trademark indicating a patented process whereby garments are preshrunk so as to lessen or eliminate further shrinkage.
San Francisco a city of central California on a peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and a large bay.
sang past tense of sing.