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45 PrimaryField=1 SecondaryField=2 GroupField=3 TagField=4 [DATA] word definition part of speech high-frequency subliminal below the threshold adjective submissive yielding; timid adjective * subsequent following; later adjective subservient behaving like a slave; servile; obsequious adjective subside settle down; descend; grow quiet verb subsidiary subordinate; secondary adjective subsidy direct financial aid by government, etc. noun subsistence existence; means of support; livelihood noun substantiate verify; support verb substantive essential; pertaining to the substance adjective subterfuge pretense; evasion noun subtlety nicety; cunning; guile; delicacy noun * subversive tending to overthrow or ruin adjective succinct brief; terse; compact adjective * succor aid; assistance; relief noun succulent juicy; full of richness adjective succumb yield; give in; die verb suffuse spread over verb sully tarnish; soil verb sultry sweltering adjective summation act of finding the total; summary noun sumptuous lavish; rich; adjective sunder separate; part verb sundry various; several adjective superannuated retired on pension because of age adjective supercilious contemptuous; haughty adjective superficial trivial; shallow adjective superfluous excessive; overabundant; unnecessary adjective * superimpose place over something else verb supernal heavenly; celestial adjective supernumerary person or thing in excess of what is necessary; extra noun supersede cause to be set aside; replace verb supine lying on back adjective supplant replace; usurp verb supple flexible; pliant adjective suppliant entreating; beseeching adjective supplicate petition humbly; pray to grant a favor verb supposition hypothesis; the act of supposing noun suppress crush; subdue; inhibit verb surcease cessation noun surfeit cloy; overfeed verb surly rude; cross adjective surmise guess verb surmount overcome verb surpass exceed verb * surreptitious secret adjective * surrogate substitute noun surveillance watching; guarding noun susceptible impressionable; easily influenced; having little resistance, as to a disease adjective sustain experience; support; nourish verb *

sustenance means of support, food, nourishment noun suture stitches sewn to hold the cut edges of a wound or incision; material use d in sewing noun swarthy dark; dusky adjective swathe wrap around; bandage verb swelter be oppressed by heat verb swerve deviate; turn aside sharply verb swindler cheat noun sybarite lover of luxury noun sycophant servile flatterer noun * syllogism logical formula utilizing a major premise, a minor premise and a conclusion noun sylvan pertaining to the woods; rustic adjective symmetry arrangement of parts so that balance is obtained; congruity noun synchronous similarly timed; simultaneous with adjective synoptic providing a general overview; summary adjective synthesis combining parts into a whole noun synthetic artificial; resulting from synthesis adjective tacit understood; not put into words adjective taciturn habitually silent; talking little adjective * tactile pertaining to the organs or sense of touch adjective tainted contaminated; corrupt adjective talisman charm noun talon claw of bird noun tangential peripheral; only slightly connected; digressing adjective tangible able to be touched; real; palpable adjective tantalize tease; torture with disappointment verb tantamount equal adjective