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Sunghua
Chin. /soong"hwah"/, n. Wade-Giles. Songhua. Also called Sunghua Chiang /jyahng/. * * *
Sungkiang
/soong"gyahng"/, n. Older Spelling. Songjiang. Also, Sungchiang /soong"jyahng"/. * * *
sunglass
sunglass1 /sun"glas', -glahs'/, n. See burning glass. [1800-10; SUN + GLASS] sunglass2 /sun"glas', -glahs'/, adj. of or pertaining to sunglasses: a new concept in sunglass ...
sunglasses
/sun"glas'iz, -glah'siz/, n.pl. eyeglasses with colored or tinted lenses that protect the eyes from the glare of sunlight. [1800-10; SUN + GLASSES] * * *
sunglow
/sun"gloh'/, n. a diffused, hazy light seen around the sun, caused by atmospheric dust. [1835-45; SUN + GLOW] * * *
sungod
sun god n. Mythology A god that personifies the sun. * * *
sunk
/sungk/, v. 1. a pt. and pp. of sink. adj. 2. Informal. beyond help; done for; washed up: If they catch you cheating, you're really sunk. 3. Naut. (of a forecastle or poop) ...
sunk fence
a wall or other barrier set in a ditch to divide lands without marring the landscape. [1755-65] * * *
sunk relief
cavo-relievo. [1930-35] * * *
sunken
/sung"keuhn/, adj. 1. having sunk or been sunk beneath the surface; submerged. 2. having settled to a lower level, as walls. 3. situated or lying on a lower level: a sunken ...
sunken garden
a formal garden set below the main level of the ground surrounding it. Also, sunk garden. * * *
sunket
/sung"kit, soong"-/, n. Scot. and North Eng. 1. something, esp. something to eat. 2. a table delicacy; fancy tidbit of food. [1680-90; alter. of SOMEWHAT] * * *
sunkfence
sunk fence n. A walled ditch or sunken obstacle, such as a hedge, serving especially as a barrier to livestock without impairing the view or scenic appeal. Also called ha-ha2. * ...
sunlamp
/sun"lamp'/, n. 1. a lamp that generates ultraviolet rays, used as a therapeutic device, for obtaining an artificial suntan, etc. 2. a lamp used in motion-picture photography, ...
sunless
—sunlessly, adv. —sunlessness, n. /sun"lis/, adj. 1. lacking sun or sunlight; dark: a sunless room. 2. dismal; gloomy; cheerless: a sunless smile. [1580-90; SUN + -LESS] * * *
sunlessness
See sunless. * * *
sunlight
/sun"luyt'/, n. the light of the sun; sunshine. [1175-1225; ME sonneliht. See SUN, LIGHT1] * * * ▪ solar radiation also called  sunshine        solar radiation that ...
Sunlight reflectance
▪ Table Sunlight reflectance Sun's elevation angle (in degrees) 90 50 40 30 20 10 5 reflectance (percent) 3 3 4 6 12 27 42 See as table: * * *
SunlightPeak
Sun·light Peak (sŭnʹlīt') A mountain, 4,288 m (14,059 ft) high, in the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado. * * *
sunlit
/sun"lit'/, adj. lighted by the sun. [1815-25; SUN + LIT1] * * *
sunn
/sun/, n. 1. a tall East Indian shrub, Crotalaria juncea, of the legume family, having slender branches and yellow flowers, and an inner bark that yields a hemplike fiber used ...
Sunna
/soon"euh/, n. Islam. the traditional portion of Muslim law, based on the words and acts of Muhammad, and preserved in the traditional literature. Also, Sunnah. [1620-30; < Ar ...
Sunni
—Sunnism, n. /soon"ee/, n. Islam. 1. Also called Sunnite. a member of one of the two great religious divisions of Islam, regarding the first four caliphs as legitimate ...
Sunni-Shi'ite Division Within Islam
▪ 2008 by R. Scott Appleby  The division of Islam into two major groups, Sunni and Shiʿite, has its origins in the struggles over the proper line of succession to the ...
sunnily
See sunny. * * *
sunniness
See sunnily. * * *
Sunnite
/soon"uyt/, n. Sunni (def. 1). [see SUNNI, -ITE1] * * * Larger of the two major divisions of Islam, comprising 90% of the world's Muslims. Sunnites regard theirs as the ...
sunny
—sunnily, adv. —sunniness, n. /sun"ee/, adj., sunnier, sunniest. 1. abounding in sunshine: a sunny day. 2. exposed to, lighted, or warmed by the direct rays of the sun: a ...
sunny side
1. the part upon which sunlight falls: the sunny side of the house. 2. a pleasant or hopeful aspect or part: the sunny side of life. 3. some age less than one specified: You're ...
sunny-sideup
sun·ny-side up (sŭnʹē-sīd') adj. Fried only on one side. Used of eggs. * * *
Sunnyland Slim
▪ 1996       (ALBERT LUANDREW), U.S. blues musician (b. Sept. 5, 1907, Vance, Miss.—d. March 17, 1995, Chicago, Ill.), introduced his own powerful brand of Mississippi ...
sunnyside up
/sun"ee suyd'/ (of an egg) fried without breaking the yolk or being turned over, with the yolk remaining visible and somewhat liquid inside. Cf. over easy. [1900-05] * * *
Sunnyvale
/sun"ee vayl'/, n. a city in central California, south of San Francisco. 106,618. * * * City (pop., 2000: 131,760), western California, U.S. Sunnyvale was settled in 1850 and ...
Sunoco, Inc.
▪ American company formerly (1890–1922)  Sun Oil Company of Ohio ,  (1922–76) Sun Oil Company , and  (1976–98) Sun Company, Inc.        American petroleum ...
sunporch
sun porch also sun·porch (sŭnʹpôrch', -pōrch') n. An enclosed porch designed as a sunroom. * * *
sunproof
/sun"proohf'/, adj. impervious to sunlight or damage by the rays of the sun. [1600-10; SUN + -PROOF] * * *
sunprotection factor
sun protection factor n. Abbr. SPF The degree to which a sunscreen, suntan lotion, or similar preparation protects the skin from ultraviolet rays, usually expressed ...
sunray
/sun"ray'/, n. a ray of sunlight; sunbeam. [1820-30; SUN + RAY1] * * *
sunrise
/sun"ruyz'/, n. 1. the rise or ascent of the sun above the horizon in the morning. 2. the atmospheric and scenic phenomena accompanying this. 3. the time when half the sun has ...
Sunrise
/sun"ruyz'/, n. a city in SE Florida. 39,681. * * *
sunrise service
(sometimes caps.) an outdoor religious service held at dawn on Easter morning. * * *
sunrise watch
dogwatch (def. 2). * * *
SunriseManor
Sunrise Manor A community of southeast Nevada, a suburb of Las Vegas. Population: 95,362. * * *
SunRiver
Sun River A river, about 209 km (130 mi) long, of northwest Montana flowing south and east to the Missouri River. * * *
sunroof
/sun"roohf', -roof'/, n., pl. roofs. a section of an automobile roof that can be slid or lifted open. Cf. moonroof. [1950-55; SUN + ROOF] * * *
sunroom
/sun"roohm', -room'/, n. a room designed to admit a large amount of sunlight; sun parlor or sun porch. [1920-25, Amer.; SUN + ROOM] * * *
sunscald
/sun"skawld'/, n. injury to the leaves, bark, or underlying tissues of woody plants due to the combined effects of heat, humidity, and intense sunshine. [1850-55; SUN + SCALD1] * ...
sunscreen
/sun"skreen'/, n. 1. a substance formulated to prevent sunburn, skin cancers, and other conditions caused by excessive exposure to the sun, usually by absorbing and reflecting ...
sunscreening
See sunscreen. * * *
sunseeker
/sun"see'keuhr/, n. a person who travels to a warm and sunny climate, esp. during cold months. [1950-55; SUN + SEEKER] * * *
sunset
/sun"set'/, n. 1. the setting or descent of the sun below the horizon in the evening. 2. the atmospheric and scenic phenomena accompanying this. 3. the time when the sun sets. 4. ...
Sunset Boulevard
a famous street in Hollywood, also called ‘the Strip’ or ‘Sunset Strip’, where many early film companies had their offices. Charlie Chaplin also lived there. The ...
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument
Preserve, north-central Arizona, U.S. Established in 1930, the monument covers 5 sq mi (13 sq km) and contains the brilliant-hued cinder cone of an extinct volcano that erupted ...
sunset law
a statute that includes provision for automatic termination of a government program, agency, etc., at the end of a specified time period unless it is reauthorized by the ...
Sunset State
Oregon (used as a nickname). * * *
sunshade
/sun"shayd'/, n. something used as a protection from the rays of the sun, as an awning or a parasol. [1835-45; SUN + SHADE] * * *
sunshine
—sunshineless, adj. —sunshiny, adj. /sun"shuyn'/, n. 1. the shining of the sun; direct light of the sun. 2. brightness or radiance; cheerfulness or happiness. 3. a source of ...
sunshine law
a law requiring a government agency to open its official meetings and records to the general public. Also called sunshine act. [1970-75, Amer.] * * *
Sunshine State
Florida (used as a nickname). * * *
sunshiny
See sunshine. * * *
sunsick
/sun"sik'/, adj. suffering from mild heat exhaustion. [SUN + SICK1] * * *
sunspace
sun·space (sŭnʹspās') n. See sunroom. * * *
sunspider
▪ arachnid also called  sun scorpion ,  wind scorpion,  or  camel spider   any of 900 species of the arthropod class Arachnida whose common name refers to their ...
sunspot
—sunspotted, adj. —sunspottedness, n. /sun"spot'/, n. one of the relatively dark patches that appear periodically on the surface of the sun and affect terrestrial magnetism ...
sunspot cycle
Astron. the cycle, averaging in duration slightly more than 11 years, in which the frequency of sunspots varies from a maximum to a minimum and back to a maximum again. Cf. solar ...
sunspot number
Astron. See Wolf number. * * *
sunstone
/sun"stohn'/, n. a reddish variety of oligoclase feldspar, used as a gem, having a red and bright-yellow play of color. [1350-1400; ME; see SUN, STONE] * * * ▪ ...
sunstroke
/sun"strohk'/, n. Pathol. a sudden and sometimes fatal affection due to exposure to the sun's rays or to excessive heat, marked by prostration with or without fever, convulsion, ...
sunstruck
/sun"struk'/, adj. affected with sunstroke. [1830-40; SUN + STRUCK] * * *
sunsuit
/sun"sooht'/, n. any of various brief garments or outfits worn by women and children for leisure or play in warm weather, as shorts and a halter. [1925-30; SUN + SUIT] * * *
suntan
/sun"tan'/, n., v., suntanned, suntanning. n. 1. a browning or a brown color of the skin resulting from exposure to sunlight or a sunlamp; tan. 2. Also called mayfair tan, ...
suntanned
/sun"tand'/, adj. having a suntan: suntanned strollers on the boardwalk. [SUNTAN + -ED2] * * *
suntans
/sun"tanz'/, n. (used with a pl. v.) a tan military uniform for summer wear. [1935-40, Amer.; see SUNTAN, -S3] * * *
suntea
sun tea n. A beverage, often iced, made from tea leaves or other herbs steeped in water exposed to direct sunlight. * * *
Sunthorn Kongsompong
▪ 2000       Thai general who was supreme commander of the armed forces that overthrew Prime Minister Gen. Chatichai Choonhaven's allegedly corrupt government in a 1991 ...
sunup
/sun"up'/, n. sunrise, esp. the time of sunrise. [1705-15, Amer.; SUN + UP, on the model of SUNDOWN] * * *
SunValley
Sun Valley A resort town of south-central Idaho east of Boise. Its lodge, opened in 1936, was built by the Union Pacific Railroad to attract passenger traffic to the West. ...
sunward
/sun"weuhrd/, adv. 1. Also, sunwards. toward the sun. adj. 2. directed toward the sun. [1605-15; SUN + -WARD] * * *
sunwards
See sunward. * * *
sunwise
/sun"wuyz'/, adv. 1. in the direction of the sun's apparent daily motion. 2. in a clockwise direction. [1860-65; SUN + -WISE] * * *
SUNY
➡ State University of New York. * * *
Sunyani
▪ Ghana       town, west-central Ghana. It is surrounded by the forested Southern Ashanti Uplands. The site was a camping place for elephant hunters in the late 19th ...
SunYat-sen
Sun Yat-sen (so͝onʹ yätʹsĕnʹ), 1866-1925. Chinese politician who served as provisional president of the republic after the fall of the Manchu (1911-1912) and later led the ...
Sunyata
/shoohn"yeuh tah'/, n. Buddhism. that which exists absolutely and without predication. Also, Sunya /shoohn"yeuh/. [ < Skt sunyata, n. deriv. of sunya empty] * * * ▪ Buddhist ...
Sunzi
or Sun-tzu flourished 4th century BC Chinese military strategist. A general who served the state of Wu late in the Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BC), he is traditionally ...
suo jure
/soo"oh yooh"rdde/; Eng. /sooh"oh joor"ee/, Latin. in one's own right. * * *
suo loco
/soo"oh law"koh/; Eng. /sooh"oh loh"koh/, Latin. in one's own or rightful place. * * *
Suo, Masayuki
▪ 1998       Japanese film director Masayuki Suo made his professional debut in the U.S. in 1997 with the highly successful comedy Shall We Dansu? (Shall We Dance?). The ...
Suomi
/swaw"mi/, n. Finnish name of Finland. * * *
suona
▪ Chinese musical instrument Wade-Giles romanization  so-na , also called  laba   Chinese double-reed woodwind instrument, the most commonly used double-reed instrument. ...
suovetaurilia
/swoh'vi taw ril"ee euh/, n. (in ancient Rome) a sacrifice of a hog, a ram, and a bull. [ < L suovetaurilia, equiv. to su(s) swine + ove-, comb. form of ovis sheep + taur(us) ...
sup
sup1 /sup/, v., supped, supping. v.i. 1. to eat the evening meal; have supper. v.t. 2. to provide with or entertain at supper. [1250-1300; ME s(o)upen < OF souper to take supper ...
Sup'ung Dam
▪ dam, China-North Korea Korean  Sup'ung-daem , Chinese (Pinyin)  Shuifeng Shuiba  or  (Wade-Giles romanization)  Shui-feng Shui-pa        hydroelectric project ...
sup-
var. of sub- before p: suppose. * * *
sup.
1. superior. 2. superlative. 3. supine. 4. supplement. 5. supplementary. 6. supply. 7. supra. * * *
Sup. Ct.
1. Superior Court. 2. Supreme Court. * * *
Sup.Ct.
Sup.Ct. abbr. 1. superior court. 2. Supreme Court. * * *
supe
/soohp/, n. Theat. Informal. a supernumerary. [by shortening] * * *
super
/sooh"peuhr/, n. 1. Informal. a. a superintendent, esp. of an apartment house. b. supermarket. c. supernumerary. d. supervisor. 2. an article of a superior quality, grade, size, ...
Super Bowl
the annual championship football game between the best team of the National Football Conference and that of the American Football Conference. * * * Annual championship game of ...
Super Bowl Table
▪ Table Super Bowl* season result I 1966–67 Green Bay Packers (NFL) 35 Kansas City Chiefs (AFL) 10 II 1967–68 Green Bay Packers (NFL) 33 Oakland Raiders ...
super giant slalom
a slalom race in which the course is longer and has more widely spaced gates than in a giant slalom. Also called super G. [1980-85] * * *
Super glue
Trademark. a brand of glue, containing a cyanoacrylate adhesive, that is quick-drying and strong. Also, superglue. * * *
Super Mario Bros
▪ electronic game  console game created by the Japanese electronic game manufacturer Nintendo Company, Ltd., in 1985 for the Nintendo Entertainment System (Nintendo console) ...
super middleweight
super middleweight n. a boxer between a middleweight and a light heavyweight, with a maximum weight of 168 pounds (76.20 kg) * * *
Super Outbreak of 1974
▪ meteorology       series of tornados that caused severe damage to the midwest and east United States and Ontario, Can., on April 3–4, 1974. The largest outbreak of ...
Super Tuesday
☆ Super Tuesday n. the second Tuesday of March in a presidential election year, when many states hold primary elections * * *
super-
a prefix occurring originally in loanwords from Latin, with the basic meaning "above, beyond." Words formed with super- have the following general senses: "to place or be placed ...
super-duper
/sooh"peuhr dooh"peuhr/, adj. Informal. extremely good, powerful, large, etc.; very super; marvelous or colossal. [1935-40; rhyming compound with invented second element] * * *
super-smooth
/sooh"peuhr smoohdh"/, adj. (of a metal file) dead-smooth. * * *
super.
1. superintendent. 2. superior. * * *
superabhor
v.t., superabhorred, superabhorring. * * *
superable
—superability, superableness, n. —superably, adv. /sooh"peuhr euh beuhl/, adj. capable of being overcome; surmountable. [1620-30; < L superabilis, equiv. to supera(re) to ...
superableness
See superable. * * *
superably
See superableness. * * *
superabnormal
adj.; superabnormally, adv. * * *
superabominable
adj.; superabominableness, n.; superabominably, adv. * * *
superabound
/sooh'peuhr euh bownd"/, v.i. 1. to abound beyond something else. 2. to be very abundant or too abundant (usually fol. by in or with). [1400-50; late ME superabounden < LL ...
superabsorbent
—superabsorbency, n. /sooh'peuhr ab sawr"beuhnt, -zawr"-/, adj. 1. extremely or unusually absorbent: superabsorbent fibers. n. 2. a superabsorbent material. [SUPER- + ...
superabstract
adj.; superabstractly, adv.; superabstractness, n. * * *
superabsurd
adj.; superabsurdly, adv.; superabsurdness, n. * * *
superabsurdity
n., pl. superabsurdities. * * *
superabundance
See superabundant. * * *
superabundant
—superabundance, n. —superabundantly, adv. /sooh'peuhr euh bun"deuhnt/, adj. exceedingly or excessively abundant; more than sufficient; excessive. [1375-1425; late ME < LL ...
superabundantly
See superabundance. * * *
superaccrue
v.i., superaccrued, superaccruing. * * *
superaccumulate
v.i., superaccumulated, superaccumulating. * * *
superaccurate
adj.; superaccurately, adv.; superaccurateness, n. * * *
superacidity
n. * * *
superacidulated
adj. * * *
superacromial
adj. * * *
superactivate
v.t., superactivated, superactivating. * * *
superactive
adj.; superactively, adv.; superactiveness, n. * * *
superactivity
n., pl. superactivities. * * *
superacute
adj.; superacutely, adv.; superacuteness, n. * * *
superadaptable
adj.; superadaptableness, n.; superadaptably, adv. * * *
superadd
—superaddition /sooh'peuhr euh dish"euhn/, n. —superadditional, adj. /sooh'peuhr ad"/, v.t. to add over and above; join as a further addition; add besides. [1425-75; late ME ...
superadequate
adj.; superadequately, adv.; superadequateness, n. * * *
superadjacent
adj.; superadjacently, adv. * * *
superadmirable
adj.; superadmirableness, n.; superadmirably, adv. * * *
superadorn
v.t. * * *
superaerial
adj.; superaerially, adv. * * *
superaerodynamics
/sooh'peuhr air'oh duy nam"iks, -di-/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the branch of aerodynamics that deals with gases at very low densities. [SUPER- + AERODYNAMICS] * * *
superaesthetical
adj.; superaesthetically, adv. * * *
superaffluent
adj.; superaffluently, adv. * * *
superagency
/sooh"peuhr ay'jeuhn see/, n., pl. superagencies. a very large agency, esp. a large government agency that oversees smaller ones. [1890-95; SUPER- + AGENCY] * * *
superagent
n. * * *
superaggressive
adj. * * *
superagrarian
adj. * * *
superalloy
/sooh"peuhr al'oy/, n. an alloy, often with a nickel, nickel-iron, or cobalt base, capable of withstanding very high temperatures, used in jet engines, rockets, etc. [1945-50; ...
superaltern
/sooh'peuhr awl"teuhrn/, n. Logic. a universal proposition that is the basis for the immediate inference of a corresponding particular proposition. [1920-25; SUPER- + ...
superambitious
adj.; superambitiously, adv.; superambitiousness, n. * * *
superangelic
adj. * * *
superanimal
adj. * * *
superannuate
/sooh'peuhr an"yooh ayt'/, v., superannuated, superannuating. v.t. 1. to allow to retire from service or office on a pension because of age or infirmity. 2. to set aside as out ...
superannuated
/sooh'peuhr an"yooh ay'tid/, adj. 1. retired because of age or infirmity. 2. too old for use, work, service, or a position. 3. antiquated or obsolete: superannuated ...
superannuation
/sooh'peuhr an'yooh ay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of superannuating. 2. the state of being superannuated. 3. a pension or allowance to a superannuated person. [1650-60; SUPERANNUATE ...
superannuity
n., pl. superannuities. * * *
superapology
n., pl. superapologies. * * *
superaqueous
adj. * * *
superarbiter
n. * * *
superarctic
adj. * * *
superarduous
adj.; superarduously, adv.; superarduousness, n. * * *
superarrogant
adj.; superarrogantly, adv. * * *
superartificial
adj.; superartificially, adv. * * *
superartificiality
n., pl. superartificialities. * * *
superassume
v.t., superassumed, superassuming. * * *
superathlete
n. * * *
superatom
su·per·at·om (so͞oʹpər-ăt'əm) n. See Bose-Einstein condensate. * * *
superattainable
adj.; superattainableness, n.; superattainably, adv. * * *
superattendant
n., adj. * * *
superattractive
adj.; superattractively, adv.; superattractiveness, n. * * *
superauditor
n. * * *
superaverage
adj.; superaverageness, n. * * *
superaward
n. * * *
superaxillary
adj. * * *
superb
—superbly, adv. —superbness, n. /soo perrb", seuh-/, adj. 1. admirably fine or excellent; extremely good: a superb performance. 2. sumptuous; rich; grand: superb jewels. 3. ...
superbaby
/sooh"peuhr bay'bee/, n., pl. superbabies. an infant whose mental development and language acquisition are stimulated and presumably accelerated by certain teaching ...
superband
super band n. The range of radio frequencies from 216 to 600 megahertz, used primarily for citizens band and cable television transmission. * * *
superbantamweight
super bantamweight n. See junior featherweight. * * *
superbeing
n. * * *
superbelief
n. * * *
superbelievable
adj.; superbelievableness, n.; superbelievably, adv. * * *
superbeloved
adj. * * *
superbenefit
n. * * *
superbenevolent
adj.; superbenevolently, adv. * * *
superbenign
adj.; superbenignly, adv. * * *
superbias
n. * * *
superbitch
n. * * *
superblessed
adj. * * *
superblock
/sooh"peuhr blok'/, n. an area of city land larger than the usual block, treated according to a unified plan and generally closed to vehicular through traffic. [1925-30; SUPER- + ...
superblunder
n. * * *
superbly
See superb. * * *
superbness
See superbly. * * *
superbold
adj.; superboldly, adv.; superboldness, n. * * *
superbomb
/sooh"peuhr bom'/, n. a highly destructive bomb, esp. a hydrogen bomb. [1945-50; SUPER- + BOMB] * * *
superbomber
n. * * *
superboss
n. * * *
SuperBowl
Su·per Bowl (so͞oʹpər) n. A football game played each year to determine the championship of the National Football League. * * *
superbrain
n. * * *
superbrave
adj.; superbravely, adv.; superbraveness, n. * * *
superbright
adj. * * *
superbrute
n. * * *
superbug
su·per·bug (so͞oʹpər-bŭg') n. A strain of bacteria that is resistant to all antibiotics. * * *
superbuild
v., superbuilt, superbuilding. * * *
superbullish
adj.; superbullishly, adv.; superbullishness, n. * * *
superbusily
adv. * * *
superbusy
adj. * * *
supercabinet
n. * * *
supercalender
/sooh"peuhr kal'euhn deuhr/, n. 1. a roll or set of rolls for giving a high, smooth finish to paper. v.t. 2. to finish (paper) in a supercalender. [1885-90; SUPER- + CALENDER] * ...
supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
/sooh'peuhr kal'euh fraj'euh lis'tik ek'spee al'i doh"sheuhs/, adj. (used as a nonsense word by children to express approval or to represent the longest word in English.) * * *
supercandid
adj.; supercandidly, adv.; supercandidness, n. * * *
supercanine
adj., n. * * *
supercanonical
adj. * * *
supercanopy
n., pl. supercanopies. * * *
supercapability
n., pl. supercapabilities. * * *
supercapable
adj.; supercapableness, n.; supercapably, adv. * * *
supercapital
/sooh"peuhr kap'i tl/, n. Archit. a member situated between a capital and the spring of an arch, as a dosseret. [SUPER- + CAPITAL2] * * *
supercaption
n. * * *
supercar
n. * * *
supercargo
/sooh'peuhr kahr"goh, sooh"peuhr kahr'-/, n., pl. supercargoes, supercargos. a merchant-ship officer who is in charge of the cargo and the commercial concerns of the ...
supercarpal
adj. * * *
supercarrier
n. * * *
supercatholic
adj. * * *
supercausal
adj. * * *
supercaution
n. * * *
supercautious
adj. * * *


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