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Si, si:
Abbrev. for cubic centimeter. - Joseph Leff

Sight-Seer:
Mention an oracle. - Joseph Leff

Silly Jokes:
Jest for the fun of it. - Joseph Leff

Silly:
Pertaining to the base of a window. - Joseph Leff

Silo:
Murmur very softly. - Joseph Leff

Sin:
The opposite of 's out. - Joseph Leff

Sine Qua Non:
The immorality of malaria medicine. - Joseph Leff

Sinecure:
Religion. - Joseph Leff

Singapore:
A vocalist who can't earn a living. - Joseph Leff

Singing
Your bathrights

Singleton:
(1) Exactly 2000 pounds.
(2) 2000 pounds of bachelors. - Joseph Leff

Sinus:
What deaf people request from an interpeter. - Joseph Leff

Sir Moby Dick:
Prince of Whales. - Joseph Leff

Sire:
A person who lets out a moan of relief. - Joseph Leff

Sirius:
Solemn. - Joseph Leff

Sirloin:
The Brooklyn nobleman in charge of education. - Joseph Leff

Sirrah:
The knight in charge of the cheerleaders. - Joseph Leff

Sit on a Fire:
Burn your britches behind you. - Joseph Leff

Sixties:
(1) Half a dozen golf accessories.
(2) T, T, T, T, T, T. - Joseph Leff

Skeleton
(1) A guy inside out with his outside off
(2) 2000 pounds of bones. - Joseph Leff

Skid Row:
A line of cars on a slick highway. - Joseph Leff

Skiing
(1) A winter sport learned in the fall.
(2) What skiers get instead of athlete's foot.
(3) Short for a nasty little bug that bites

Skillet:
A small proficiency. - Joseph Leff

Skindiver
A mosquito

Skull Cap
What a skull boy wears

Skunk:
The scenter of attention. - Joseph Leff

Skunks in a Crowded Room:
Can reek havoc. - Joseph Leff

Skyline:
A queue at airport security. - Joseph Leff

Slaphappy:
How Grumpy calms Happy down. - Joseph Leff

Slavic:
Pertaining to serfs. - Joseph Leff

Sleeping Bag
A nap sack

Sleight of Hand:
A Munchkin's palm. - Joseph Leff

Slightest:
A shrewd exam. - Joseph Leff

Slip Road
Where it's icy enough to make a slide

Slogan for Satirists:
May the farce be with you. - Joseph Leff

Smack in the Face:
A kiss. - Joseph Leff

Small Amount:
(1) An Italian Shetland pony.
(2) A low Italian hill. - Joseph Leff

Small Arms:
Guns used by midgets. - Joseph Leff

Small Fry:
Part of a child's fast-food meal. - Joseph Leff

Small Matter:
An atom. - Joseph Leff

Smart Word:
Ouch! - Joseph Leff

Smash hit
A broken phonograph record.

Smile:
A mirth mark. - Joseph Leff

Smiles
(1) The longest word in the English language because there is a mile between the first and the last letters.
(2) Curves that straighten most things out.
(3) Inexpensive way to improve your looks.

Snail's Pace:
Room for escargot. - Joseph Leff

Snap Decision:
Figuring out how many fasteners to leave open. - Joseph Leff

Snapdragon
A long fire-breathing monster with a short temper

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