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1. sǒur adj.

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(a) Sour to the taste, tart, bitter; also fig.; also in prov. expressions; also, used of taste: sour savour (tast), sapoure sour; (b) sour stok (tre), a tree that produces sour fruit; (c) foul to the…

2. sorporred ppl.

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Gorged, surfeited.

3. surmǒunten v.

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(a) To go or fly above (the heavens, birds), fly higher than; of the sea: rise above (the land), flood, cover; also, fig. of thought: pass above (the sphere of the air); of anger: overflow (the…

4. sorporringe ger.

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Immoderate eating and drinking.

5. surmontant adj.

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Dominant, superior.

6. sur- pref.

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A prefix in words derived primarily from OF, occas. from AL (via AF), with senses similar to those of ME super- pref., for example: (a) 'above, on top of, upon, over', in various permutations (both…

7. curlevachẹ̄r n.

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A licensed trader who is not a citizen or a member of a merchant guild.

8. sǒulās n.

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Arch. A strut or brace used to support a collar-beam tying together a set of rafters.

9. surnǒun n.

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(a) An additional name [cp. surname n. (a)]; also, an epithet; a family name or last name [quots. 1472-3 & prob. a1425]; (b) a distinguishing name; also, a pseudonym, nom de guerre [last quot.].

10. of conj.(1)

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(a) Until, till; (b) as prep.: until (a time, an action).

11. sub- pref.

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A prefix in words derived primarily from L, occ. from OF, or from both, often with its original meaning still discernible: (a) 'subordinate or inferior in rank' (in nouns): subcelerer,