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seesaw a long board attached to and swiveling freely on a central pivot, so that people sitting on each end can alternately go up and down. [4 definitions]
seethe to foam or bubble as if boiling. [4 definitions]
see the light to come into existence. [3 definitions]
see-through able to be seen through; transparent or translucent.
see through to recognize (something or someone) as dishonest.
segment one of the parts into which something is or can be separated. [4 definitions]
segmental of, concerning, or having a segment or segments. [2 definitions]
segmentation a division, or the fact of being divided, into segments. [2 definitions]
sego see "sego lily."
sego lily a lily native to the western United States that bears a bell-shaped flower and has an edible root.
segregate to separate or place apart from others or from the majority of a group, people, or the like; isolate. [6 definitions]
segregated operating under a social policy that requires a certain group or groups of people to be separated from others along the lines of race, religion, or other status; maintaining a policy of segregation. [2 definitions]
segregation an act of segregating, or the condition of being segregated, esp. as a policy imposing social separation according to racial or ethnic groups. [2 definitions]
segue to continue without a break into the next section or theme. [2 definitions]
seguidilla a lively, rhythmic Spanish dance to the accompaniment of castanets. [3 definitions]
seiche a prolonged oscillating wave in a lake, bay, or gulf caused by changes in atmospheric pressure or seismic disturbances such as earthquakes.
seidel a large beer mug, often with a hinged lid.
seigneur (sometimes cap.) a man of rank, esp. a feudal lord. [2 definitions]
seigneury in French Canada, the estate held by a seigneur.
seignior a noble or lord, esp. one in feudal times who controlled a fief.
seigniory the estate or manor of a seignior. [2 definitions]