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sin vacilar
without hesitation

sheath.noun,.plural.sheaths
a case for a blade, as of a sword; any of various.similar coverings; a close-fitting dress
sheath, sheathed, sheathing, sheaths.transitive verbs
to encase or cover with or as if with a sheath

signature.noun,.plural.signatures
your signature is what you write when you sign your name; the act of putting a signature on something is called signing; one's name as written by oneself is called your signature; the act of signing one's name; a distinctive.mark, characteristic or sound indicating.identity (a surprise ending is the signature of an O. Henry short story); in music, a sign used to indicate key; a sign used to indicate tempo; in printing, a signature is a letter, number or symbol placed at the bottom of the first page on each sheet of printed pages of a book as a guide to the proper sequence of the sheets in binding; a large sheet printed with four or a multiple of four pages that when folded becomes a section of the book
signatory.adjective
bound by signed agreement (the signatory parties to a contract) signatory.noun,.plural.signatories
one that has signed a document

sign.noun,.plural.signs
something that suggests the presence or existence of a fact, condition or quality; an act or a gesture used to convey an idea, a desire, information or a command (once the road was cleared of the landslide, workers gave the go-ahead sign); sign language;  a displayed.structure.bearing lettering or symbols, used to identify or advertise a place of business (a motel with a flashing neon sign outside; an EXIT sign above a door; a traffic sign); an indicator, such as a dropping or footprint, of the trail of an animal (looking for deer sign)
sign, signed, signing, signs.verbs
transitive verb use.to affix one's signature to; to write one's signature; to approve or ratify a document by affixing a signature, seal or other mark: to provide with a sign or signs (sign a new highway); to communicate with a sign or by sign language (signed his approval; sign instructions to a hearing-impaired teammate)
intransitive verb use.to make a sign or signs; signal; to use sign language; to write one's signature
sign in.phrasal verb
to record the arrival of another or oneself by signing a register
sign off.phrasal verb
to announce the end of a communication; conclude
sign out.phrasal verb
to record the departure of another or oneself by signing a register
sign up.phrasal verb
to agree to be a participant or recipient by signing one's name; enlist (signing up for a pottery course)
signer.noun,.plural.signers

shot put.noun
an athletic event in which contestants attempt to put a heavy metal ball by heaving it as far as possible; the standard ball used in this competition; shotputting derives from the ancient event of 'putting the stone'; later a shot, a cannonball was substituted; a 16-lb (7.3-kg) shot was adopted for men in the first modern Olympic Games (1896); an 8.8-lb (4-kg) weight is used by women
shotputter.noun,.plural.shotputters
shotputting.noun
a sport in which you throw a heavy metal ball as far as you can

somersault.noun,.plural.somersaults
an acrobatic.stunt in which the body rolls in a complete circle, heels over head; also called somerset; a complete reversal, as of sympathies or opinions (her present.stance on the issue is somewhat of a somersault from her previous.opinion)
somersaulted, somersaulting, somersaults.intransitive verbs
to execute a somersault

stunt.noun,.plural.stunts
a feat.displaying.unusual.strength, skillor daring; something of an unusual nature done for publicity
stunt, stunted, stunting, stunts.intransitive verbs
to perform stunts or a stunt

stunt, stunted, stunting, stunts.transitive verbs
if something stunts the growth or development of a person or thing, it prevents it from growing or developing as much as it should (interest rates on money stunt the economic growth of a nation to the inverse.degree of their rise); to check the growth or development of
stunt.noun,.plural.stunts
one that is stunted; one affected by dwarfng
stuntedness.noun

sold.verb.past tense.and.past participle.of sell
sell, sold, selling, sells.verbs
transitive verb use.to exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent; to offer for sale, as for one's business or livelihood (the partners sell textiles); to give up or surrender in exchange for a price or reward (sell one's soul to the devil); to be responsible for the sale of; promote.successfully (publicity sells products); to persuade another to recognize the worth or desirability of (they sold me on the idea)
intransitive verb use.to exchange ownership for money or its equivalent; engage in selling; to be sold or be on sale (grapes are selling high this season; an item that sells well); to attract.prospective buyers (they'll put their house is up to sell)
sell.noun
the activity of selling; an instance of selling (the kids were selling lemonade from their stand by the street); an item that sells in a particular way (a book that turned out to be a difficult sell)
sell off.phrasal verb
to get rid of by selling, often at reduced prices
sell out.phrasal verb
to put all of one's goods or possessions up for sale; to betray one's cause or colleagues (he sold out to the competition because they offered him more money)
sold a bill of goods.idiom
to take unfair.advantage of
sold down the river.idiom
to betray the trust or faith of
sell short.idiom
to contract for the sale of securities or commodities one expects to own at a later date and at more advantageous terms; to underestimate the true value or worth of (don't sell your colleague short because reallt, she's a smart lawyer)
sellable.adjective

sale.noun,.plural.sales
the exchange of goods or services for an amount of money or its equivalent; the act of selling; an instance of selling (watching the kids through the window making their first sale from the lemonade stand); an opportunity for selling or being sold; available for purchase (a store where organic foods are for sale)

source.noun,.plural.sources
the point at which something springs into being or from which it derives or is obtained; te point of origin, such as a spring, of a stream or river; one that causes, creates or initiates; a maker; one, such as a person or document, that supplies.information (anyone presenting information is only as reliable as his or her sources)
source, sourced, sourcing, sources.verbs
transitive verb use.to specify the origin of say, a communication or document (the report is thoroughly sourced); to obtain parts or materials from another business, country or locale for manufacture (they sourced the spoke nuts from our company) intransitive verb use.to obtain parts or materials from another business, country or locale (they are sourcing poorer parts from abroad in order to save money)

shoulder, shouldered, shouldering, shoulders.verbs
transitive verb use.to carry or place a burden for example, on the shoulders; to take on; assume (shouldered the blame for his friends); to push or apply force to, with or as if with the shoulder; to make one's way by or as if by shoving.obstacles with one's shoulders
intransitive verb use.to push with the shoulders; to make one's way by or as if by shoving obstacles with one's shoulders
shoulder.noun,.plural.shoulders
the joint connecting the arm with the torso; the part of the human body between the neck and upper arm; the joint of a vertebrate animal that connects the forelimb to the trunk; the part of an animal near this joint; the part of a bird's wing between the wrist and the trunk; shoulders are the area of the back from one shoulder to the other; the edge or border running on either side of a roadway

suffering,.sufferings
the condition of one who suffers; pain or distress; a source of pain or distress
suffer, suffered, suffering, suffers.verbs
intransitive verb use.to suffer through something is to be patient when experiencing it; basically to suffer means to experience, either in a good sense or a bad sense; to be longsuffering (we missed our son so much when he was away, because we had no choice but to suffer through it till he returned); to feel pain or distress; sustain loss, injury, harm or punishment; to tolerate or endure evil, injury or pain; to bear
transitive verb use.to undergo or sustain something painful, injurious or unpleasant; to experience (to suffer a change while your house is being renovated); to permit; allow
sufferer.noun,.plural.sufferers
sufferingly.adverb
longsuffering.or.long-suffering.adjective
someone who is longsuffering, patiently puts up with a lot of trouble or unhappiness and has a forgiving nature, especially when it is caused by someone else; longsuffering is patiently enduring.wrongs or difficulties
longsuffering.noun,.plural.longsufferings
patient endurance
longsufferingly.adverb
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