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Suability
Suability "Su`a*bil"i*ty", n. (Law) Liability to be sued; the state of being subjected by law to civil process.
Suable
Suable "Su"a*ble", a. (Law) Capable of being sued; subject by law to be called to answer in court. -Story.
Suade
Suade "Suade", v. t. [L. suadere.] To persuade. [Obs.]
Suadible
Suadible "Suad"i*ble", a. [L. suadibilis.] Suasible. [Obs.] -Wyclif (James iii. 17).
Suaeda maritima
Sea blite "Sea" blite`" (Bot.) A plant ({Su[ae]da maritima}) of the Goosefoot family, growing in salt marches.
Suage
Suage "Suage", v. t. To assuage. [Obs.] -Dryden.
Suant
Suant "Su"ant", a. [Cf. to pursue.] Spread equally over the surface; uniform; even. [Written also .] [Local, U.S. & Prov. Eng.] - {Su"ant*ly}, adv. [Local, U.S. More…
Suantly
Suant "Su"ant", a. [Cf. to pursue.] Spread equally over the surface; uniform; even. [Written also .] [Local, U.S. & Prov. Eng.] - {Su"ant*ly}, adv. [Local, U.S. More…
Suasible
Suasible "Sua"si*ble", a. [L. suadere, suasum, to persuade.] Capable of being persuaded; easily persuaded.
Suasion
Suasion "Sua"sion", n. [L. suasio, fr. suadere, suasum, to advise, persuade, fr. suadus persuading, persuasive; akin to suavis sweet: cf. OF. suasion. See , and cf. , .] More…
Suasive
Suasive "Sua"sive", a. Having power to persuade; persuasive; suasory. -South. ``Genial and suasive satire.'' -Earle. - {Sua"sive*ly}, adv.
Suasively
Suasive "Sua"sive", a. Having power to persuade; persuasive; suasory. -South. ``Genial and suasive satire.'' -Earle. - {Sua"sive*ly}, adv.
Suasory
Suasory "Sua"so*ry", a. [L. suasorius: cf. F. suasoire.] Tending to persuade; suasive.
suastica
Swastika "Swas"ti*ka", Swastica "Swas"ti*ca", n. [Also , , etc.] [Skr. svastika, fr. svasti walfare; su well + asti being.] A symbol or ornament in the form of a Greek More…
Suave
Suave "Suave", a. [L. suavis sweet, pleasant: cf. F. suave. See , and cf. .] Sweet; pleasant; delightful; gracious or agreeable in manner; bland. - {Suave"ly}, adv.
Suavely
Suave "Suave", a. [L. suavis sweet, pleasant: cf. F. suave. See , and cf. .] Sweet; pleasant; delightful; gracious or agreeable in manner; bland. - {Suave"ly}, adv.
Suavified
Suavify "Suav"i*fy", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [Suave + -fy.] To make affable or suave.
Suavify
Suavify "Suav"i*fy", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [Suave + -fy.] To make affable or suave.
Suavifying
Suavify "Suav"i*fy", v. t. [imp. & p. p. ; p. pr. & vb. n. .] [Suave + -fy.] To make affable or suave.
Suaviloquent
Suaviloquent "Sua*vil"o*quent", a. [L. suaviloquens; suavis sweet + loquens, p. pr. of loqui to speak.] Sweetly speaking; using agreeable speech. [R.]
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