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sap-head  a fool. scutcheon  escutcheon a shield or shield-shaped surface on which a coat of arms is displayed. seneskal  seneschal, a steward or major-domo in the household of a medieval noble. shekel  a half-ounce gold or silver coin of the ancient Hebrews. Sir Walter Scott  (1771-1832) Scottish poet and novelist, author of  Ivanhoe. skiff  a flat-bottomed boat propelled by oars. slick up  to polish. slough  a place, as a hollow, full of soft, deep mud; a swamp, bog, or marsh, especially one that is  part of an inlet or backwater. smokehouse  a building, especially an outbuilding on a farm, where meats, fish, etc. are smoked in  order to cure and flavor them. smouch  steal. sold  scammed, to be made a fool soul-butter  flattery. Spanish Moss  a plant often found growing in long, graceful strands from the branches of trees in  the south eastern U.S. stabbord 
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