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sudsy covered with, full of, or resembling suds.
sue to start a legal claim against; prosecute in a civil court. [3 definitions]
suede a soft napped leather, or a similar-looking fabric.
sueded treated so as to resemble suede. [2 definitions]
suet hard fat from the kidneys or loins of cattle, sheep, or the like, used in cooking and in making tallow.
Suez Isthmus of Suez, a strip of land in northeastern Egypt that connects Africa and Asia. [2 definitions]
Suez Canal a canal in northeastern Egypt across the Isthmus of Suez, connecting the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea.
suf- under; beneath.
suff. abbreviation of "suffix," in grammar, an affix that is added to the end of a word, such as "-ed" in "wanted" or "-ment" in "entertainment."
suffer to experience pain, misfortune, or distress. [7 definitions]
sufferable combined form of suffer.
sufferance approval given passively by a lack of prohibition or interference. [2 definitions]
suffering the act or state of one that suffers. [2 definitions]
suffice to meet needs, goals, or the like adequately; be sufficient. [2 definitions]
sufficiency the state or condition of being sufficient. [2 definitions]
sufficient enough; adequate.
sufficient condition something whose existence guarantees the existence or occurrence of something else.
sufficiently to a great enough degree; adequately; enough.
suffix in grammar, an affix that is added to the end of a word, such as "-ed" in "wanted" or "-ment" in "entertainment". [3 definitions]
suffocate to kill by not allowing to take in oxygen; smother. [6 definitions]
suffragan assisting or auxiliary to a bishop or archbishop. [2 definitions]