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sac
noun , biol any bag-like part in a plant or animal.
[18c: from Latin saccus bag]
saccate adjective enclosed in a sac; pouchlike.


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saccade
noun
1 a short jerky movement of the eye as it switches from one point to another, as in reading.
2 a short rapid tug on a horse's reins.
[18c: French]
saccadic adjective .
saccadically adverb .


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saccharide
noun , chem any of a group of water-soluble carbohydrates composed of one or more simple sugars, and typically having a sweet taste.
[19c: from Latin saccharum sugar]


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saccharimeter
noun a device for testing the concentration of sugar solutions.
[19c]
saccharimetry noun .


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saccharin
noun an intensely sweet crystalline substance used as an artificial sweetener.
[19c: from Greek saccharon sugar]


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