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snug small and comfortable; cozy. [4 definitions]
snuggle to lie comfortably next to someone or something; cuddle. [2 definitions]
snugly closely; almost tightly. [2 definitions]
so in the way expressed or indicated. [14 definitions]
soak to lie in and become covered or saturated with a liquid. [12 definitions]
soak up to take in liquid completely.
so-and-so an unspecified or unnamed person. [2 definitions]
soap a cleaning substance that is usu. made by treating fats or oils with an alkali and is manufactured in bars, liquids, powders, or flakes. [3 definitions]
soapberry any of various tropical or subtropical trees bearing a globular fruit that contains saponin and lathers like soap. [2 definitions]
soapbox a box or crate used to package soap. [2 definitions]
soap bubble a filmy bubble made of soapy water. [2 definitions]
soap opera a melodramatic serialized drama, usu. broadcast on daytime television or radio.
soapstone a soft stone that is composed chiefly of talc and has a soapy feel; steatite.
soapsuds suds made by lathering soap in water.
soapy containing, covered with, or infused with soap. [4 definitions]
soar to fly or glide swiftly, effortlessly, and usu. at a great height. [4 definitions]
soave a dry white wine from northern Italy.
SOB (slang, often vulgar) abbreviation of "son of a bitch," a hateful or despicable person or thing.
sob to weep convulsively and with great emotion. [5 definitions]
sobaheg in Wampanoag language and culture, a stew, often made with beans, corn, and meat.
sober not having drunk any alcohol; not intoxicated. [6 definitions]