Words That Start With Sa: Expand Your Vocabulary Easily

Discover a variety of words that start with “sa” and their meanings, enhancing your vocabulary and linguistic skills.

  1. Sabbatical- a break or change from a normal routine, typically related to academics.
  2. Sabotage- deliberate destruction or disruption of something.
  3. Saccharin- a synthetic sweetener.
  4. Sachet- a small scented bag or packet.
  5. Sacred- considered holy or connected with God.
  6. Sacrifice- giving something up for the sake of others or for a belief.
  7. Saddle- a seat for the rider of a horse or bicycle.
  8. Sadistic- deriving pleasure from inflicting pain on others.
  9. Safari- an expedition to observe animals in their natural habitat.
  10. Safe- secure from threat or harm.
  11. Saffron- a spice derived from the crocus flower, typically used for coloring and flavoring food.
  12. Saga- a long story of heroic achievement.
  13. Sage- a profoundly wise person, or an aromatic herb used in cooking.
  14. Sail- a piece of material used to catch the wind and propel a boat.
  15. Saint- a person acknowledged as holy or virtuous and typically regarded as being in heaven after death.
  16. Salary- regular payment, typically for professional or office work.
  17. Salient- most noticeable or important.
  18. Saline- containing or impregnated with salt.
  19. Saliva- liquid secreted in the mouth, helps in digestion.
  20. Sallow- unhealthy yellow or pale brown color, usually of the skin.
  21. Salmon- a popular fish, or a pinkish-orange color.
  22. Salon- an establishment offering aesthetic treatments like hairdressing.
  23. Saloon- a large room or popular bar, especially in historical contexts.
  24. Salsa- a type of Latin American dance music, or a spicy tomato-based sauce.
  25. Salt- a mineral used primarily to season food.
  26. Salutary- producing good effects; beneficial.
  27. Salvage- rescue from loss at sea; retrieving anything of value from destruction.
  28. Salve- a soothing ointment for healing or easing pain.
  29. Samba- a Brazilian dance with African influences, also a style of music.
  30. Sanction- a threatened penalty for disobeying a law or rule, or official permission/approval.
  31. Sanctuary- a place of refuge or safety.
  32. Sand- a granular material composed of finely divided rock and mineral particles.
  33. Sandal- a light shoe with straps that secure it to the foot.
  34. Sanguine- optimistic or positive, especially in an apparently bad situation.
  35. Sanitary- conditions that are clean and conducive to maintaining health.
  36. Sanity- the state of having a healthy mind and not being mentally ill.
  37. Sapling- a young tree.
  38. Sapphire- a blue gemstone.
  39. Sarcasm- the use of irony to mock or convey contempt.
  40. Sarcophagus- a stone coffin.
  41. Sardine- a small oily fish often canned.
  42. Sartorial- relating to tailoring or clothes.
  43. Sash- a long strip of cloth worn around the waist or over the shoulder.
  44. Satellite- a celestial body orbiting a planet or a machine that orbits the earth.
  45. Satiate- satisfied to the full; sated.
  46. Satire- the use of humor or exaggeration to criticize people’s stupidity or vices.
  47. Satisfaction- fulfillment of one’s wishes, expectations, or needs.
  48. Saturate- to soak thoroughly.
  49. Saturday- the day of the week following Friday and preceding Sunday.
  50. Sauce- a liquid or semi-liquid substance served with food to add moistness and flavor.
  51. Saucer- a small, shallow dish for holding a cup.
  52. Sauerkraut- chopped cabbage that has been pickled in brine.
  53. Sauna- a small room used as a hot-air or steam bath for cleaning and refreshing the body.
  54. Sauté- fried quickly in a little hot fat.
  55. Savanna- a grassy plain in tropical and subtropical regions, with few trees.
  56. Savant- a person of profound or extensive learning.
  57. Savory- pleasant in taste; salty or spicy rather than sweet.
  58. Sawdust- tiny bits of wood created by cutting or sanding.
  59. Saxophone- a brass instrument used in jazz and popular music.
  60. Say- to speak or express verbally.
  61. Scaffold- a temporary structure for holding workers and materials during the construction, repair, or decoration of a building.
  62. Scale- a series of marks at regular intervals used in measuring; an instrument to weigh.
  63. Scallop- a marine bivalve mollusk, or a wavy pattern.
  64. Scandal- an action or event regarded as morally or legally wrong which causes public outrage.
  65. Scanner- a device that scans documents and converts them into digital data.
  66. Scarcity- the state of being in short supply; dearth.
  67. Scare- cause a feeling of fear or shock.
  68. Scarf- a piece of fabric worn around the neck or head for warmth or style.
  69. Scary- causing fright.
  70. Scatter- to throw in various random directions.
  71. Scenario- a written outline of a film, novel, or stage work.
  72. Scene- a place where an incident occurs or a distinct part of a movie, play, etc.
  73. Scent- a distinctive smell.
  74. Schedule- a plan for carrying out a process or procedure.
  75. Scheme- a large-scale systematic plan or arrangement.
  76. Scholar- a specialist in a particular branch of study, especially the humanities.
  77. Scholastic- of or concerning schools and education.
  78. Science- the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world.
  79. Scoop- a utensil resembling a spoon with a long handle, used to lift objects.
  80. Scooter- a small vehicle with two or three wheels, propelled by a motor or by foot.
  81. Scope- the extent of the area or subject matter that something deals with or to which it is relevant.
  82. Score- twenty items, or the record of points or strokes made by competitors in a game.
  83. Scorn- the feeling or belief that someone or something is worthless or despicable.
  84. Scotch- a type of whiskey distilled in Scotland.
  85. Scour- to clean or brighten the surface of something by rubbing it hard, typically with an abrasive or detergent.
  86. Scout- a person sent to gather information, especially in military or exploring contexts.
  87. Scramble- to make one’s way quickly or awkwardly up a steep slope or over rough ground by using one’s hands as well as one’s feet.
  88. Scrap- a small piece or amount of something, especially one that is left over after the greater part has been used.
  89. Scrape- to drag or pull a hard or sharp implement across a surface.
  90. Scratch- score or mark the surface of something with a sharp or pointed object.
  91. Scream- give a long, loud, piercing cry or cries expressing extreme emotion or pain.
  92. Screen- a flat panel or area on an electronic device or piece of equipment where images and data are displayed.
  93. Screw- a short, slender, sharp-pointed metal pin with a raised helical thread running around it and a slotted head, used to join things together.
  94. Script- a written version of a speech or other forms of words intended to be spoken.
  95. Scroll- a roll of paper or parchment, typically inscribed with writing.
  96. Scrub- rub someone or something hard so as to clean them, typically with a brush and water.
  97. Scrumptious- extremely appetizing or delicious.
  98. Scuttle- a short, hurried run.
  99. Scythe- a tool used for cutting crops such as grass or wheat, with a long curved blade at the end of a long pole.
  100. Sauté- fried quickly in a small amount of fat.

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