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sculpture the art or craft of producing three-dimensional artistic images, as by carving, chiseling, or molding. [7 definitions]
sculpturesque like or suggestive of sculpture, as a shapely woman.
scum impure matter that forms on the surface of a liquid. [5 definitions]
scumbag (slang) a disgusting or despicable person.
scummy of, consisting of, or covered with scum. [2 definitions]
scup an edible brown and white fish, related to the porgy, found in the U.S. Atlantic coastal waters.
scupper an opening for draining excess water, as on a ship's deck or the floor or side of a building. [3 definitions]
scuppernong a muscadine grape, esp. a golden-green variety, used to make a sweet pale wine. [2 definitions]
scurf dry or scaly skin that falls from the body, such as dandruff. [2 definitions]
scurrility the quality or condition of being coarsely derisive or scurrilous. [2 definitions]
scurrilous characterized by or given to using vulgar or coarse language. [2 definitions]
scurry to move quickly, as in a hurry. [2 definitions]
scurvy a potentially fatal disorder caused by a lack of vitamin C in one's diet, usu. accompanied initially by weakness and bleeding gums. [2 definitions]
scurvy grass an arctic plant bearing white flowers and having a bitter flavor, formerly used to treat scurvy.
scut a short stubby tail, as of a rabbit or deer.
scutate shaped like a shield, as a leaf. [2 definitions]
scutcheon variant of escutcheon.
scute any external horny or bony plate, as on the shell of a turtle, that serves as protection.
scutellate of an insect or animal, protected by bony plates or scales. [2 definitions]
scutellum a small plate or shieldlike formation on a plant or animal.
scuttle1 a coal pail with a wide lip or spout.