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salvage the act of saving property from destruction, esp. the rescue of a ship or its cargo from fire or shipwreck. [5 definitions]
salvageable combined form of salvage.
salvation the act of saving or the condition of being saved from sin or evil; redemption. [3 definitions]
Salvation Army an international evangelical and charitable Christian organization.
salve an ointment used medicinally to heal or soothe sores and other wounds. [3 definitions]
salver a tray used esp. for serving food or drinks; serving tray.
salvia any of a variety of plants and shrubs related to sage, esp. one that bears red blossoms.
salvo the firing of guns or other firearms simultaneously or in succession, esp. as a salute. [3 definitions]
sal volatile an aromatic solution of ammonium carbonate in alcohol or ammonia water; smelling salts. [2 definitions]
SAM abbreviation of "surface-to-air missile," a missile that is launched from the ground toward a target or destination in the air.
samara a winged fruit, as of the elm or maple, that does not split open when ripe and usu. has one seed.
Samaria a district of ancient Palestine that is now a region in western Jordan. [2 definitions]
Samaritan a native or citizen of Samaria, or a descendant thereof. [3 definitions]
samarium a rare-earth metal chemical element that has sixty-two protons in each nucleus and that forms a permanent magnet when alloyed with cobalt. (symbol: Sm)
samarskite a deep black mineral with reddish brown streaks that contains some rare-earth metals and traces of oxides of uranium, thorium, and the like.
samba a Brazilian ballroom dance, or music for this dance. [2 definitions]
sambar a large, reddish brown Asian deer with an erectile mane and three-pointed antlers.
Sam Browne belt a waist belt with a diagonal strap over the right shoulder, worn as part of a military or police uniform, esp. as support for a pistol.
same being one identical thing or person and not a new or different thing or person. [4 definitions]
samekh the name of the fifteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
sameness the quality or condition of being the same; uniformity. [2 definitions]