Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The letter s.

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  • n. The name of the Latin script letter S/s.
  • n. Something shaped like the letter S.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • ├é At a funeral however, everyone who knows or knew the Host/ess is welcome.

    What is friendship? « Scripting News Annex

  • Recognizing that fact, the rule in Dutchess county was "you indict you try the case."

    Will

  • I had already met Mr. Ford when he had appeared in Dutchess to speak on behalf of the party.

    Will

  • Museum in Poughkeepsie, I have, by extensive travel and research, and by the kindness of many of my fellow-citizens in Dutchess county and elsewhere, obtained numerous objects, not only curious in themselves, but valuable as materials for history.

    The Military Journals of Two Private Soldiers, 1758-1775 With Numerous Illustrative Notes

  • The patents which he held included 1,000 acres in Fulton county, 6,000 acres in Dutchess county, 7,000 acres in Oneida, 12,000 in

    The Story of Cooperstown

  • Hill, in Dutchess county, and Province of New York.

    The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 2 of 2 From 1620-1816

  • Kaplowitz has cut his deficit in Dutchess and Putnam Counties from 15 points to 10 points.

    NY Daily News

  • Police: Man admits killing, dumping his wife in Dutchess reservoir Yorktown crash kills two friends, one was to graduate next month

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  • Murphy will have to win Dutchess big and get high turnout down there, as well as up north in Warren and Essex.

    Swing State Project

  • David Ping, vice president of Health Quest, said the $880,000 expense for its three hospitals in Dutchess and Putnam counties would result in 3,000 to 5,000 fewer charity cases being treated every year.

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  • Yes, this means s.

    July 12, 2007