Oxford Dictionaries Top 1000 English Words - 117 Start with S

Enter all 117 words starting with letter S listed in Top 1000 Frequently Used Words list
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Last updated: October 4, 2014
First submittedOctober 4, 2014
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S
Sale
Same
Sample
Save
Say
Scene
Scheme
School
Science
Score
Search
Season
Second
Section
Sector
Security
See
Seek
Seem
Sell
S
Send
Senior
Sense
Separate
Sequence
Series
Serious
Serve
Service
Set
Seven
Several
Sex
Share
She
Shoot
Shop
Short
Should
Show
S
Side
Sign
Significant
Similar
Simple
Simply
Since
Single
Sit
Site
Situation
Six
Size
Skill
Small
So
Social
Society
Solution
Some
S
Someone
Something
Sometimes
Son
Song
Soon
Sort
Sound
Source
Space
Speak
Special
Species
Specific
Speed
Spend
Sport
Spot
Staff
S
Stage
Stand
Standard
Star
Start
State
Statement
Station
Stay
Step
Still
Stock
Stop
Store
Story
Strategy
Street
Strike
Strong
S
Structure
Struggle
Student
Study
Stuff
Style
Subject
Success
Successful
Such
Suffer
Suggest
Supply
Support
Suppose
Sure
Surface
Surprise
System
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Level 81
Oct 7, 2014
I have done them from A onwards and I've gotten about average for each one of them. Then suddenly for this one I got better than 95%. Not so many people doing this one yet or they dont have stamina to thing to the end? I missed a LOT of common words again. Easy ones too, it's weird how they all fly out of your mind when you have to start listing them. Love these quizzes by the way.
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Level 44
Mar 14, 2017
This quiz was published on my birthday! (October 4)
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Level 59
Mar 30, 2017
Surprised to not see "sorry" on here.
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Level 83
Jul 21, 2017
not enough Canadians surveyed -- sorry about that.
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Level 87
Oct 18, 2022
It's pulled from news reporting, government, and universities. It's not considered a real word.
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Level 38
Sep 28, 2020
what about said and sun
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Level 87
Oct 18, 2022
You can tell this is geared toward government, such as documents, news reporting, university grants, etc., when obscure words pop up everywhere.

The most common S-word that describes them is totally avoided though: slow.