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sorcery the use of powers gained from evil spirits to do magic, cast spells, or the like; witchcraft.
sordid dirty, filthy, or foul, esp. from neglect or poverty; squalid; wretched. [3 definitions]
sore physically painful, as a wound or bruise. [7 definitions]
sorehead (informal) a person who becomes angry easily, esp. as a result of losing at some competitive activity.
sorely painfully or grievously. [2 definitions]
sorghum any of various tropical grasses that have leaves resembling those of corn and a dense cluster of grain atop a tall stem, esp. one widely cultivated for its grain, for forage, or as a source of syrup. [2 definitions]
sororal of, concerning, or characteristic of a sister; sisterly.
sorority a social club or organization of girls or women, esp. one at a college.
sorrel1 a light brown or reddish brown color. [2 definitions]
sorrel2 any of various plants that have sharp-tasting leaves sometimes used in salad, soup, or the like. [2 definitions]
sorrow the suffering or distress resulting from an injury, loss, misfortune, or the like; grief; sadness. [4 definitions]
sorrowful experiencing sorrow; sad. [3 definitions]
sorry feeling regret, pity, sympathy, or the like. [5 definitions]
sort kind; class. [5 definitions]
sorta contraction of "sort of" used in some kinds of writing to reflect how the two words are often pronounced in rapid, informal speech (used as an adverb).
sortable combined form of sort.
sortie an assault made by a besieged military force against its attackers. [3 definitions]
sort of to some degree or in some way; kind of; rather.
SOS a call or signal for help, esp. by the use of the Morse code symbols for these letters, as from a ship in distress (considered by some to be an abbreviation for "save our ship" or "save our souls").
so-so neither very bad nor very good; passable; mediocre. [2 definitions]
sostenuto in a sustained manner, with each note held for its full time value (used as a musical direction). [2 definitions]