Definition of "s." []

  • The 19th letter and 15th consonant of the modern English alphabet (noun)
  • A speech sound represented by this letter, usually an alveolar fricative, either voiceless, as in sit, or voiced, as in dogs (noun)
  • Something shaped like an S (noun)
  • (in combination) (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "s." in a sentence
  • "The debt financing is the first move Arcion has made since a planned reverse merger with San Francisco-based fell through last month because the companies could not agree on term s."
  • "Rep. Cantor, like all Republicans, succeeds only by instilling fear in Americans."
  • "*** Reminder: SIGN THE PETITION savedemocracy. net here in s. central illinois, spitball comes on (the 2nd time) at 6pm … so does TheDailyShow/ColbertReport repeat from the night before … perfect timing, easy choice …"
  • "Senator Kennedy was a long time fighter for the issue but it is the evil of insurance companies that have cemented the idea in Americans."