browse search

Dictionary Suite
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z
slapstick visual comedy full of boisterous action, as in a film or stage revue. [2 definitions]
slash to cut or strike with violent, sweeping, and sometimes random strokes, as with a knife. [9 definitions]
slash-and-burn of or indicating a method of clearing land in which trees and vegetation are cut down and then burned.
slashing severe and merciless. [4 definitions]
slat one of several long narrow strips of wood or metal arranged in a uniform row, such as mattress supports, window blinds, the seat of a bench, or the like. [4 definitions]
slate a fine-grained, metamorphic rock that tends to split in smooth layers. [6 definitions]
slather (informal) to spread or apply thickly; pile on.
slattern an unkempt, careless woman. [2 definitions]
slaughter the killing and butchering of animals, esp. for their meat. [4 definitions]
slaughterhouse a building or establishment where animals are killed and butchered.
Slav a member of any of the Slavic-speaking peoples of eastern and central Europe. [2 definitions]
slave one who is owned by and forced to work for another with no pay or personal rights. [4 definitions]
slave driver an employer or supervisor who is very harsh or severe. [2 definitions]
slaveholder one who possesses slaves.
slaver1 to allow saliva to drip from the mouth; slobber; drool. [3 definitions]
slaver2 a slave trader or a ship used to transport slaves.
slavery the ownership of one or more persons by another or others; bondage. [4 definitions]
slave trade buying and selling human beings as slaves.
Slavic a branch of the Indo-European language family that includes languages of parts of Russia, eastern Europe, and south central Europe, such as Ukrainian, Polish, and Serbo-Croatian. [2 definitions]
slavish of, like, or befitting a slave; servile; submissive. [2 definitions]
slaw a salad of cabbage and dressing; coleslaw.