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1. sā̆d adj.

312 quotations in 12 senses
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(a) Sated, surfeited; satisfied; ben sad of, to be weary or tired of (sb. or sth.); (b) as noun: satiety, weariness.

2. sẹ̄d n.

175 quotations in 6 senses
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(a) The grain or ovule of a plant by which a new plant is propagated, a seed; (b) coll. seed; grain; (c) a kind of seed; also, pl. kinds of seed; (d) sed coriaundre, coriaundre sed; aker sed, enough…

3. lī̆n-sẹ̄d n.

Additional spellings: linsed
36 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) The seed of flax, linseed; (b) as used medicinally; flour (mele) of lin-sed, linseed meal; mucilage of lin-sed, a thick mixture of linseed meal and water; oile of lin-sed, linseed oil, poudre of