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1. Saccharin (sacharine) :: The rats exhibited behavioral changes even when sugar was replaced with the artificial sweetener saccharin
2. Sacrosanct (heilig) :: Environmentalism has become a sacrosanct religion of which no questions can even be asked
3. Sagacious (intelligent) :: But the sagacious Kerry OBrien wellknown for his archival knowledge in such matters did advise that there was some debate about the most reliable sources for evidence about the Australian frontier
4. Sage (salie) :: There is nothing better than having fresh herbs on hand for cooking and marjoram thyme sage chives rosemary parsley and basil will all thrive on a windowsill
5. Salacious (wulpse) :: Defending their intrusion into private life they argued that their literature was neither salacious nor exploitive
6. Sallow (vaal) :: Brandon and Gordon looked and faced down a longhaired sallow youth just a little older than Gordon
7. Salubrious (heilsame) :: Soaring property prices has led to many original inhabitants along with artists and musicians being pushed out to areas less salubrious
8. Salutary (heilsame) :: There are occasions when the petitioners mother interjects into the discussions between the parties which has no salutary effect
9. Sanctimonious (skynheilige) :: Many of us have tired of his sanctimonious smug condescension
10. Sanction (sanksie) :: Governing bodies are allowed to sanction owners and teams
11. Sanguinary (bloedige) :: Specifically it might inspire them to revisit the politically arduous and philosophically complex struggle whereby modern liberalism overcame the sanguinary terror of religious conflict in postReformation Europe
12. Sanguine (hoopvol) :: None of these essays is sanguine about the current situation but all three offer positive views of the future
14. Sardonic (sardoniese) :: In my more sardonic moments I add that the problem with England cricket is not the absence of a level playing field but the lack of good players
16. Satiate (versadig) :: That good feeling however is not thankfulness but satiation
18. Savor (geur) :: Sloan breathed deep enjoying and savoring the moment
19. Saw (saag) :: Their power is absolute and as the old saw has it absolute power corrupts absolutely
20. Scabbard (skede) :: Swords needed leather grips belts and leather scabbards overlaid with hammered bronze leaf
 

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