1. Zellig Harris United States linguist (born in Ukraine) who developed mathematical linguistics and interpreted speech and writing in a social context (1909-1992)
  2. Sellers English comic actor (1925-1980)
  3. Seleucus Macedonian general who accompanied Alexander the Great into Asia; founded a line of kings who reigned in Asia Minor until 65 BC (358-281 BC)
  4. silkgrass valuable forage grass of dry upland areas and plains of western North America to northern Mexico
  5. sluggard an idle slothful person
  6. Eleocharis sedges having dense spikes of flowers and leaves reduced to basal sheaths
  7. scarce deficient in quantity or number compared with the demand
  8. tallgrass any of various grasses that are tall and that flourish with abundant moisture
  9. eelgrass submerged marine plant with very long narrow leaves found in abundance along North Atlantic coasts
  10. Salicales coextensive with the family Salicaceae
  11. silk grass valuable forage grass of dry upland areas and plains of western North America to northern Mexico
  12. selling race a horse race in which the winning horse must be put up for auction
  13. Selcraig Scottish sailor who was put ashore on a deserted island off the coast of Chile for five years (providing the basis for Daniel Defoe's novel about Robinson Crusoe) (1676-1721)
  14. Selkirk Scottish sailor who was put ashore on a deserted island off the coast of Chile for five years (providing the basis for Daniel Defoe's novel about Robinson Crusoe) (1676-1721)
  15. tall-grass any of various grasses that are tall and that flourish with abundant moisture
  16. bellicose having or showing a ready disposition to fight
  17. bleachers an outdoor grandstand without a roof
  18. Seleucus I Macedonian general who accompanied Alexander the Great into Asia; founded a line of kings who reigned in Asia Minor until 65 BC (358-281 BC)
  19. silicosis a lung disease caused by inhaling particles of silica or quartz or slate
  20. sulkiness a mood or display of sullen aloofness or withdrawal

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