S.
S.P.Q.R.
S.S. Collar.
S.S.S. (Latin stra’tum super stra’tum).
S.T.P.
Saadia (Al).
Sabbath Day’s Journey (Exodus xvi. 29; Acts i. 12),
Sabbath of Sound (The).
Sabbath’ians.
Sabbat’ical Year.
Sabe’ans.
Sabe’anism.
Sa’beism
Sabel’lians.
Sa’biens
Sable
Sable black.
Sablonnière (La).
Sabra.
Sabreur.
Sabri’na (Latin).
Saccharine Principle in Things (The).
Saccharis’sa.
Sacco Benedetto or Saco Bendi’to [the blessed sack or cloak].
Sachem.
Sachentege (3 syl.).
Sack.
Sack.
Sack Race (A).
Sackbut.
Sack’erson.
Sacrament.
Sacramenta’rians.
Sacred Anchors,
Sacred City.
Sacred Heart.
Sacred Isle,
Sacred War.
Sacred Way (The)
Sacred Weed (The).
Sacrifice.
Sacrifice to the Graces
Sa’cring Bell.
Sa’cripant.
Sad Bread (Latin, pavis gravis).
Sad Dog (He’s a).
Sadah.
Sadda.
Sadder and a Wiser man (A).
Saddle.
Saddletree (Mr. Bartoline).
Sad’ducees.
Sadi or Saadi.
Sadler’s Wells (London).
Sadle’rian Lectures.
Sæhrimnir [Sza-rim’-ner].
Safa,
Safety Matches.
Saffron.
Saffron Veil.
Saga (plural Sagas).
Sa’gan of Jerusalem,
Sages (The Seven).
Sag’itta’rius,
Sag’ittary.
Sag’ramour le De’sirus.
Sahib (in Bengalee, Saheb).
Sail.
Sail before the Wind (To).
Sailing under False Colours.
Sailing within the Wind or Sailing close to the Wind.
Sailor King.
Saint.
St. Bees’ College (Cumberland),
St. Cecil’ia,
St. Cuthbert’s Duck.
St. Distaff.
St. Elmo,
St. Francis.
St. George’s Cross,
St. John Long.
St. John’s Eve, St. Mark’s Eve, and Allhallow Even,
St. Johnstone’s Tippet.
St. Leger Sweepstakes.
St. Leon
St. Lundi (La).
St. Michael’s Chair.
St. Monday.
St. Si’monism.
St. Stephen’s.
St. Stephen’s Loaves.
St. Thomas’s Castle.
St. Wilfrid’s Needle,
Saints.
Sai’vas (2 syl.).
Sa’ker.
Sakhrat [Sak-rah’].
Sak’ta.
Sa-kun’tala.
Sak’ya-Mu’ni.
Sal Prunella.
Salacaca’bia or Salacac’aby of Apicius.
Sal’ace (3 syl.).
Salad Days.
Salamander,
Salamander’s Wool.
Sal’ary.
Salchichon.
Sale by the Candle.
Sa’lem
Salic Law.
Saliens (The).
Salient Angles,
Salisbury Cathedral.
Salisbury Craigs.
Sallee.
Sallust of France.
Sally.
Sally Lunn.
Sallyport.
Sal’macis.
Sal’magun’di.
Salmon (Latin, salmo, to leap).
Salmon,
Salmo’neus (3 syl.).
Sal’sabil.
Salt.
Salt.
Salt Bread or Bitter Bread.
Salt-cellar (A).
Salt Hill (Eton).
Salt Junk.
Salt Lake.
Salt Ring.
Salt River.
Salt an Invoice (To)
Salt in Beer.
Salt in a Coffin.
Salt Losing its Savour.
Salt on His Tail (Lay).
Saltarello,
Saltpetre (French, saltpetre),
Salu’te (2 syl.).
Salutations.
Salve (1 syl.)
Salve (2 syl.).
Sam.
Sam Weller.
Sa’mael.
Sam’anides (3 syl.).
Sama’ria,
Samaritan.
Sambo.
Samedi (French).
Sa’mian.
Samian Letter (The).
Samian Sage (The).
Samia’sa.
Samiel,
Sa’miel Wind, or Simoom’.
Sammael.
Samoor.
Samosa’tian Philosopher.
Sampford Ghost (The).
Sampi.
Sampler.
Samp’son.
Samson.
Samson Carrasco.
San Benito (The).
San Chris’tobal.
San Suen’a.
Sance-bell.
San’cha.
Sancho Panza.
Sanchoni’atho.
Sanctum Sancto’rum.
Sancy’ Diamond.
Sand (George).
Sand.
Sand-blind.
Sand-man is about (The).
Sands.
San’dabar.
Sandal.
Sandals of Theram’enes (4 syl.),
Sandal’phon.
Sandalwood.
Sandbanks.
Sandema’nians or Glassites.
Sand’en [sandy-den].
Sandford and Merton.
Sandjar.
Sandschaki or Sandschaki-sherif [the standard of green silk].
Sandwich.
Sandwichman (A).
Sang Bleu.
Sang Froid (French, “cool blood”),
Sangaree’.
San’glamore (3 syl.).
San’glier (Sir).
Sangra’do (Dr.),
Sangreal.
Sanguine [murrey].
Sanguinary James (A).
San’hedrim.
Sanjaksherif.
Sans Culottes (French, without trousers).
Sans Culottides.
Sans Peur et Sans Reproche.
Sans Souci (French).
Sansca’ra.
Sansfoy [Infidelity].
Sansjoy [Without the peace of God].
Sansloy [Irreligion],
Sansonetto (in Orlando Furioso).
Santa Casa (Italian, the holy house).
Santa Claus or Santa Klaus.
Saophron.
Sapphics.
Sappho of Toulouse.
Sar’acen Wheat (French, Blé-sar-rasin).
Sar’acens.
Saragoz’a.
Sar’aswa’ti.
Sar’casm.
Sarce’net (2 syl.).
Sarcenet Chidings.
Sarcoph’agus.
Sardanapa’lus.
Sardin’ian Laugh.
Sardon’ic Smile, Grin, or Laughter.
Sar’donyx.
Sarnia.
Sarpe’don.
Sars’en Stones.
Sartor Resartus.
Sash Window
Sassan’ides (4 syl.).
Sassenach (ch = k).
Sa’tan,
Satan’s Journey to Earth (Milton: Paradise Lost, iii. 418 to the end).
Satan’ic.
Sat’ire (2 syl.).
Saturday.
Saturn or Kronos [Time]
Saturn,
Saturn’s Tree,
Saturna’lia.
Saturnian Days.
Satur’nian Verses.
Sat’urnine (3 syl.).
Sat’yr.
Sat’yrane (3 syl.).
Sauce
Sauce (To).
Sauce to the Goose is Sauce to the Gander.
Saucer Eyes.
Saucer Oath.
Saucy.
‘Saul,
Saut Lairds o’ Dunscore (The).
Sav’age (2 syl.).
Save.
Save the Mark.
Savoir Faire (French).
Savoy (The).
Saw.
Sawdust Parlance (In).
Sawny or Sandy.
Saxifrage.
Saxon Castles.
Saxon Characteristics (architectural).
Saxon Duke (in Hudibras).
Saxon English.
Saxon Relics.
Saxon Shore.
Say.
Sbirri (Italian).
Scævola [left-handed].
Scaffold, Scaffolding.
Scaglio’la.
Scales.
Scallop Shell.
Scalloped [scollopt].
Scammoz’zi’s Rule.
Scamp [qui exit ex campo].
Scandal
Scandal-broth.
Scan’dalum Magna’tum [scandal of the magnates].
Scanderbeg.
Scanderbeg’s Sword must have Scanderbeg’s Arm—i.e.
Scandinavia.
Scant-of-grace (A).
Scant’ling,
Scapegoat.
Scaph’ism.
Scapin.
Scar’amouch.
Scarborough Dress (A),
Scarborough Warning.
Scarlet.
Scarlet (Will).
Scarlet Coat.
Scarlet Woman.
Scavenger’s Daughter.
Sceatta.
Scene Painters.
Scene Plot.
Scent.
Sceptic (Greek)
Sceptre.
Scheherazade [She-he’-ra-zay’-de].
Schel’trum.
Scheme
Schiedam.
Schiites.
Schlem’ihl (Peter).
Scholas’tic.
Scholastic Divinity.
Schools.
Schoolmaster Abroad (The).
Schoolmen.
Schoolmistress (The),
Scian.
Science.
Science Persecuted.
Scien’ter Nes’ciens et Sapien’te Indoctus
Scio’s Blind Old Bard.
Scipio dismissed the Iberian Maid (Paradise Regained, ii.).
Scissors to Grind.
Sclavon’ic.
Scobel’lum.
Scone (pron. Skoon).
Score.
Scornful Dogs will eat dirty Puddings.
Scor’pion.
Scor’pions.
Scot.
Scot-free.
Scot and Lot.
Scots Greys.
Scots wha hae.
Scotch.
Scotch Breakfast (A).
Scotch Mist.
Scotch Pint (A).
Scotch Pound (A)
Scotch Shilling
Sco’tia.
Scotists.
Scotland.
Scotland Yard (London).
Scott.
Scotus (Duns).
Scourge of Christians.
Scourge of God.
Scourge of Princes.
Scouring.
Scowerers.
Scrape.
Scrape an Acquaintance (To).
Scratch.
Scratch (A).
Scratch Cradle.
Scratch Crew (A),
Scratch Eleven (A),
Scratch Race (A).
Scratched.
Screw (A),
Screw Loose (A).
Screw Plot (The).
Screwed.
Screwed on Right.
Scribe (1 syl.),
Scrible’rus (Marti’nus).
Scrim’mage.
Scripto rs Decem.
Scripto’rs Quinque.
Scripto’rs Tres [the three writers].
Scripto’rium.
Scriptures.
Scu’damore (Sir).
Scudding under Bare Poles.
Scullabogue Massacre.
Sculls.
Sculpture.
Scutch.
Scuttle.
Scuttle Out (To).
Scylla,
Scylla.
Scythian or Tartarian Lamb (The).
Scythian Defiance.
Sea.
Sea-blue Bird of March (The).
Sea Deities.
Sea-girt Isle.
Sea-green Incorruptible (The).
Sea Legs.
Sea Serpent.
Seaboard.
Seal.
Seamy Side (The).
Seasons (The).
Seba’ra’im (4 syl.).
Sebastian (St.).
Sebas’tianistes.
Second.
Second-hand.
Second Sight.
Second Wind (The),
Second of Time (A).
Sec’ondary Colours.
Secret de Polichinelle (Le).
Secular Clergy (The).
Sec’ular Games.
Sedan Chairs.
Sedrat.
See’dy.
Seel.
See’murgh.
Seian Horse (The).
Seidlitz Water.
Seiks (pron. Seeks).
Selah,
Sela’ma or Sele’meh.
Sele’n.
Seleu’cidæ.
Se’lim.
Sel’juks.
Sell.
Selling Race (A),
Selling the Pass.
Selt’zer Water.
Semir’amis of the North.
Sena’nus. (St.)
Sen’eca.
Senior Op’time (3 syl.)
Sennac’herib,
Se’nnight.
Sen’tences (3 syl.).
Sen’tinel.
Sepoy.
Sept.
September Massacres.
Septuages’ima Sunday.
Sep’tuagint.
Serag’lio.
Ser’aphim.
Sera’pis.
Serat (Al).
Serbo’nian Bog or Serbo’nis.
Sereme’nes (4 syl.).
Serena’de (3 syl.).
Sere’ne (2 syl.).
Serif and Sanserif.
Sèrjeants-at-Law.
Sermon Lane (Doctors Commons, London).
Serpent.
Serpentine Verses.
Serrapur’da.
Servant (Faithful).
Serve.
Servus Servo’rum (Latin).
Ses’ame (3 syl.).
Se’sha.
Set Off (A).
Set Scene.
Set-to (A).
Set’ebos.
Seth’ites (2 syl.).
Setting a Hen.
Setting a Saw.
Setting of a Jewel.
Setting of Plaster or Paint.
Setting of Sun, Moon, and Stars.
Setting the Thames on Fire.
Settie your Hash (To).
Seven
Seven Bibles (The) or Sacred Books.
Seven Bodies in Alchemy.
Seven Champions of Christendom
Seven Churches of Asia.
Seven Deadly Sins (The).
Seven Dials (London).
Seven Joys of the Virgin.
Seven Sages of Greece.
Seven Senses.
Seven Sisters.
Seven Sleepers.
Seven Sorrows of the Virgin.
Seven Spirits
Seven Spirits of God (The).
Seven Virtues (The).
Seven Weeks’ War (The).
Seven Wise Masters.
Seven Wonders of the World.
Seven Years’ Lease.
Seven Years’ War (The).

 
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