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surgeon.noun,.plural.surgeons
a physician.specializing in surgery
surgery.noun,.plural.surgeries
the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of injury, deformity and disease; a surgical operation or procedure, especially one involving the removal or replacement of a diseased organ or tissue; an operating room or a laboratory of a surgeon or of a hospital's surgical staf; the skill or work of a surgeon
surgical.adjective
of, relating.to.or.characteristic of surgeons or surgery; as used in surgery, such as, surgical scissors; resulting from or occurring after surgery
surgically.adverb
  
sword.noun,.plural.swords
a weapon.consisting.typically of a long, straight or slightly curved, pointed blade having one or two cutting edges and set into a hilt
     
swim, swam.(past tense.of swim), swum.(past participle.of swim), swimming, swims.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move through water by means of the limbs, fins or tail; to move as though gliding through water; to float on water or another liquid; to be covered or flooded with or as if with a liquid (roasted vegetables swimming in gravy)
transitive verb use.to move through or across a body of water by swimming (she swam the length of the pool)
swim.noun,.plural.swims
the act of swimming; a period of time spent swimming; a gliding motion
swim.adjective
of, relating to or used for swimming (a swim mask)
to move counter to a prevailing.trend
swimmable.adjective
swimmer.noun,.plural.swimmers
swim against the stream.idiom
    
smooth, smoother, smoothest.adjectives
having a surface free from irregularities, roughness or projections; even; level; a smooth surface has no roughness, lumps or holes; having a fine.texture (a smooth fabric); having an even consistency (a smooth chocolate pudding); having an even or gentle motion or movement (a smooth ride); having no obstructions or difficulties (a smooth trip); easy; serene (a smooth temperament)
smooth, smoothed, smoothing, smoothes.verbs
transitive verb use.to make something even, level or unwrinkled;  to rid of obstructions, hindrances or difficulties
intransitive verb use.to become smooth
smooth.noun,.plural.smooths
the act of smoothing; a smooth surface or part
smoother.noun,.plural.smoothers
smoothly.adverb
smoothness.noun
    
slide, slid.(past tense and past participle of slide), sliding, slides.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move over a surface while maintaining.smooth, continuous.contact (slid down the hill on the ice); to coast on a slippery surface, such as ice or snow; to pass smoothly and quietly; glide (slid past the door without anyone noticing); to go unattended or unacted upon (let the matter slide); to lose a secure footing or positioning; shift out of place; slip (slid on the ice and fell); to move downward (prices began to slide)
transitive verb use.to cause to slide or slip
slide.noun,.plural.slides
a sliding movement or action; a smooth surface or track for sliding, usually inclined (a water slide; a toboggan slidel a children's playground slide); a transparent image mounted on a base for projection.to a screen for viewing; a small glass plate for mounting specimens to be examined under a microscope; a fall of a mass of rock, earth or snow down a slope; an avalanche or a landslide

sled.noun,.plural.sleds
a sled is one way to carry things; a sled is a light wooden frame mounted on runners, used for carrying people or loads over ice and snow; smaller types of sleds are used by children and parents for coasting over snow or ice
sled, sleds, sledded, sledding.verbs
transitive verb use.to carry on or convey by a sled
intransitive verb use.to ride or use a sled; if you go sledding, you ride on a sled (we got home and went sledding on the small hill in our back yard
    
stew, stewed, stewing, stews.verbs
transitive verb use.to cook food by simmering or boiling slowly intransitive verb use.to undergo cooking by boiling slowly or simmering; to be in a state of anxiety or agitation; to brood
stew.noun,.plural.stews
a stew is a meal which you make by cooking vegetables in liquid at a low temperature and is often cooked with meat for those who eat meat (she served him a bowl of beef stew; they made a stew for friends who were to coming over to see them to have dinner)
a dish cooked by stewing (stewed vegetables in broth)
stewy.adjective

syrup.noun,.plural.syrups
syrup is a sweet liquid made sometimes with fruit juice or sugar and water; the juice of a fruit, plant or tree boiled, then simmered until thick and sticky such as is the famous Canadian maple syrup from the province of Quebec (map)
syrupy.adjective
resembling syrup in taste or consistency; overly sweet or sentimental in personality
     
stream.noun,.plural.streams
a flow of water in a channel or bed, as a brook, rivulet or small river; a steady.current in such a flow of water; a steady current of a fluid
stream, streamed, streaming, streams.verbs
intransitive verb use.to flow in or as if in a stream; to pour.forth or give off a stream; flow (his eyes were streaming with tears when the little bike his dad gave him broke); to come or go in large numbers (traffic was streaming by); to extend, wave or float outward (the flag streamed in the breeze)
transitive verb use.to emit, discharge or exude a body fluid, for example)
on stream.idiom
in or into operation or production (the new model cars will soon be on stream)
streamy.adjective
streamlet.noun,.plural.streamlets
a small stream
    
sewage.noun,.plural.sewages
liquid and solid.waste.such as pee and poop, carried off in drains which deliver it to sewers
sewer.noun,.plural.sewers

sew, sewed, sewn.or.sewed, sewing, sews.verbs
transitive verb use.to make, repair or fasten by stitching, as with a needle and thread or a sewing machine (sew a dress; sew on a button); to furnish with stitches for the purpose of closing, fastening or attaching (his gash on the arm needed stitches to sew the incision closed)
intransitive verb use.to work with a needle and thread or with a sewing machine
sew up.phrasal verb
to complete successfully (our team has sewn up the championship); to make sure of (trying to sew up all the days work before the long weekend)
sewable.adjective
sewer.noun,.plural.sewers
one that sews (a sewer of fine clothing)

spillover.noun,.plural.spillovers
the act or an instance of spilling over; an amount or a quantity spilled over; a side effect arising from or as if from an unpredicted source (the spillover from the Christmas party was so much food that we all got a take home box of it)
spill, spilled.or.spilt, spilling, spills.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause or allow a substance to run or fall out of a container (spilled the armload of books on the desk; football fans spilled onto the playing field)
intransitive verb use.to run or fall out of a container; a spillway
spiller.noun,.plural.spillers
spilt the beans.idiom
to divulge secret or hidden information
spillway.noun,.plural.spillways
a channel for an overflow of water, such as reservoirs have
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