Old EnglishnEnglish
Such advTo so extreme a degree; "he is such a baby.; such folk.
Such adjOf so extreme a degree or extent; "such grief"; "such beauty". 2.of that kind; of the like kind; like; resembling; similar; as, we never saw such a day; his misery was such. 3. having the particular quality or character specified. 4. the same that; -- with as; as, at such time. 5. certain; -- representing the object as already particularized in terms which are not mentioned.
Such prn "Such" used pronominally: "He was the father of such as dwell in tents". 2. "Such" is used emphatically, without the correlative: "I shall have such life".
Such and suchphrSuch or such, certain; some, as already particularized in one way or another, or as being of one kind or another. "In such and such a place ".
Such and such phrTo such an extent; so much that.
Such-and-suchnessnThe quality of being so-and-so.
Such-a-thing nThing-ma-bob.
Such like phrOf such character, of the like kind.
Suchness nThe quality or condition of being so. 2.
Such-wise adv
Suck vbTo draw liquid from by the action of the mouth tongue and; as, to specific., to draw milk from the mother; to draw milk from the breast or udder; as, a child, or the young of an animal, as first nourished by sucking.. 2. to draw in, or imbibe, absorb by any process resembles sucking; to inhale; to absorb; as, to suck in air. 3. to draw or drain. 4. to draw in, as a whirlpool; to swallow up. 5. to suck out, to draw out with the mouth; to empty by suction. 6. to suck up, to draw into the mouth; to draw up by suction or absorption. 7. to draw, or attempt to draw, something by suction, as with the mouth, or through a tube. 8. to be objectionable, of very poor quality, or offensive; as, telemarketing calls at meal-time really suck.
Suck nThe act of drawing with the mouth. 2. that which is drawn into the mouth by sucking. 3. a small draught.( Coll). 4. juice; succulence. (Obs.)
Suck-egg nAn animal repute to suck eggs, such as a weasel. 2. word used to designate a dog regarded as a type of viciousness or worthlessness.
Sucken n(Var. of soken; orig. "resort" (to a particular mill). 2. the duty and liability of tenants within a district astricted to a mill. 3. the lands astricted to a mill; also, the population of such lands. 4. the area of a bailiff's jurisdiction: the district within which one practises or carries on business.
Suckener nOne who has his corn grounded at a certain mill.
Sucker nA young mammal before its is weaned; a suckling pig. 2. one who sucks with the mouth. 3. a greenhorn, a simpleton. 4. a shoot found growing at the base of a tree. 5. (fig.) reference to the withdrawal of the nourishment from the parent stem. 6. organ adapted for sucking or absorbing nourishment by suction. 7. a pipe or tube through which anything is drawn. 8. a part of an organ adapted for adhering to an object.
Sucker-up nSycophancy, cajoling, kidding.
Sucking-bone nMarrow-bone.
Sucking-tooth nMilk tooth.
Suckle vbSuck milk from the mother's breasts. 2: give suck to; breastfeed, nurse, wet-nurse, lactate; to nurse; to give suck to; to nurse at the breast.
Suckle n.A teat. (Obs.)
Suckle nClover.
Suckling n
Sule vbTo soil, sully, make dirty.
Sullow nA plough; a sull. 2. a plot of land described as so many sullow.
Sum sfxA connecting particle used with relative prons, adj, and adv, becomes a kind of separable suffix equal to "ever."
Summer nThe warmest season of the year; in the northern hemisphere it extends from the summer solstice to the autumnal equinox. 2. the period of finest development, happiness, or beauty; "the golden summer of his life". 3. the season of the year in which the sun shines most directly upon any region; the warmest period of the year.
Summer vbSpend the summer; "We summered in Australia". 2. to keep or carry through the summer; to feed during the summer; as, to summer stock.
Summer fallow nLand uncropped and plowed, etc., during the summer, in order to pulverize the soil and kill the weeds.
Summer-fold nA freckle, lentuga.
Summering vbTo pass the summer; to spend the warm season; as, to summer in Turkey.
Summerish adj
Summerless adjHaving no summer.
Summerliness n
Summerly adjTaking place or occurring during summer. 2. having the quality or conditions of summer, summerish, summery, summer-like.
Summer-soothed adjSoothed by the warmth of summer.
Summer-stricken adjAdversely affected by the heat and humidity of summer weather.
Summer-tilth nFallowed land.
Summery adjResembling summer: warm and much light.
Sun nThe star that is the source of light and heat for the planets in the solar system. 2. the rays of the sun; sunlight, sunshine. 3. a person considered as a source of warmth or energy or glory etc. 4. any star around which a planetary system revolves

5: first day of the week; observed as a day of rest and worship by most Christians: Sunday, Lord's Day. 3. the luminous orb, the light of which constitutes day, and its absence night; the central body round which the earth and planets revolve, by which they are held in their orbits, and from which they receive light and heat. 4. any heavenly body which forms the center of a system of orbs. 5. the direct light or warmth of the sun; sunshine. 6. that which resembles the sun, as in splendor or importance; any source of light, warmth, or animation.

Sun vbTo expose one's body to the sun, sunbathe. 2: to expose to the rays of the sun or affect by exposure to the sun; insolate, solarize, solarise.
Sun nSynonyms and/or kennings: day-candle, dew-drier, eye of the day, god's candle, king of the day, rodor-candle, weather-candle, world-candle, wyncandle.
Sun phrUnder the sun in the world; on earth.
Sun beam n
Sunberry nThe currant.
Sunburnt adjSun-tanned, bright of aspect, feeling, manner.
Sunday n
Sunday phr"As Long as a Month of Sundays." - a very long time.
Sundayphr"Wear One's Sunday Best" - wear one's best clothes or attire usu. keep to wear on Sunday to church. 2. "Sunday's going-outs".
Sunder adj
Sundered adj
Sundering adjSeverally.
Sunderlepes advSeparately; apart from the rest, severally; esp. particularly.
Sunderly advSeverally, separately, apart from, individually, singularly, widely, differently, dispersedly.
Sunderly adjPeculiar, special, private. 2. separate, several, distinct, diverse, different.
Sunderness nDiversity, variety.
Sunderwise advAsunderly, separately.
Sundew nA pl. of the Genus: Drosera.
Sundown nThe going of the sun; glow of the sun.
Sundowner nA person, esp. a swagman, who arrives at sundown in the knowledge that the evening meal is about to be dished.
Sundried adjDried by the exposure to the sun, as vegetation. 2. dried up, parched by the sun.
Sundries nSmall articles of a miscellaneous kind; esp. small items lumped together in an account as not needing individual mention.
Sundrily adjSeparate, individual, special. 2. diverse, various.
Sundrily advSeverally, diversely, variously.
Sundriness nDiversity, variety, a variety of things.
Sundry adj
Sundry advSeparately, apart, severally, individually. 2. of a single object (or anything so consider); in or into pieces.
Sundry phr"All and Sundry". - everybody, everything, in all classes; one and all
Sundry-fold advManifoldly; diversely, variously.
Sundry-hood nDiversity, variety.
Sundry-shaped adjDiverse, manifold in shape.
Sundry-where advIn various place.
Sundry-wise adjVarious or different views, variously, diversely, in sundry ways.
Sun-dust nMotes, small particles, dust in a sunbeam; sun-dusted.
Sunegild nA female sinner, sinegild.
Sun-eye nThe sun; the eye of the day.
Sunfall n
Sun-gilt n
Sun-god nThe sun regarded or personified as a god. 2. a god identified as specially associated with the sun.
Sun-go-down nSunset, sundown, dusk, sun-sitting, sun-going-down.
Sun-go-up n
Sunless adjDestitute of sun or sun rays; not illumined by the sun. 2. dark, dull, gloomy through the absent of sunlight.
Sunlessness nThe condition of being sunless or an absence of sunlight.
Sunlight n
Sunlike adjLike or resembling the sun, or that of the sun; esp. very bright or resplendent.
Sunliness nThe state of being illumed by the sun; or full of sunshine.
Sun-mote nDust in a sunbeam.
Sunning nExposure to the sun; basking in the sun; shining like the sun. 2 to expose to the sun's rays; to warm or dry in the sun; as, to sun clothes.
Sunnish adjResembling the sun in colour and brilliancy; applied to a bright golden tan.
Sunny adj
Sunnyside n
Sunrise n
Sunrist nSunrise, dawn. 2. the east.
Sunroom n
Sun-scorched adj
Sunset n
Sun-shaft nA sunbeam.
Sunshine n
Sun-sitting nSunset, sun-go-down, sundown, dusk.
Sun-smile nA beaming, joyful, full-faced smile.
Sun-sodden adjBathed or drowning in sunlight.
Sun spots n dark spots that appear on the sun's disk, called also solar spots.
Sunstay nThe solstice, the sunstead.
Sun-stead nSolstice, sunstay.
Sunstroke n
Sun-up-to-sundown nThe whole day, a very long time.
Sun-wade nThe sun is said to wade when covered by dense atmosphere.
Sunward adjTowards or in the direction of the sun.
Sun wheels nAn ingenious contrivance for converting reciprocating motion, as that of the work beam of a steam engine, into rotatory motion.
Sun-worship n
Sutty adjDefiled, soiled, dirtied (lit and fig)

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