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Sad iron
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Sad iron: Flatiron with two pointed ends and a detachable handle
Sad sack
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Sad sack: (Informal) incompetent person (usually a soldier) person who makes mistakes due to incompetence
Sadda
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Sadda: To make sad. Specifically: (a) To render heavy or cohesive. [Obs.] Marl is binding, and saddening of land is the great prejudice it doth to clay lands. Mortimer. (
Sadden
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Sadden: To become, or be made, sad. Tennyson.
Saddened
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Saddened: Despondent, unhappy caused to be unhappy, caused to be despondent
Saddening
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Saddening: Causing sadness, causing unhappiness, causing despondency
Saddeningly
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Saddeningly: In a saddening manner, in a manner that causes sadness, in a manner that causes despondency
Saddle
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Saddle: To put a saddle upon to equip (a beast) for riding. "saddle my horse." Shak. Abraham rose up early saddled his ass. Gen. xxii. Hence: To fix as a charge or burde
Saddle a person with a task
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Saddle a person with a task: Assign a task to someone, give an assignment to everyone
Saddle shoes
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Saddle shoes: Oxford shoes with white or light colored laces and a band of contrasting leather across the instep
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