Reverse Dictionary: SEM – SEO


SEMEN – ADJECTIVES
– FULL OF FUCK sexually aroused; full of desire or full of semen …20C sl.
– FULL OF GISM  sexually aroused; full of desire or full of semen …20C sl.
 
SEMEN – NOUNS
– AMMUNITION semen …L17 sl.
 AXLE GREASE semen …20C sl.
– BABIES semen …1980s US homosexual sl.
– BABY BATTER semen …1997 US sl.
– BABY BOUILLON semen …1990s sl.
– BABY FLUID semen …1930s sl.
– BABY FOOD semen …1972 US sl.
– BABY GRAVY semen …1990s sl.
– BABY-JUICE semen …19C Brit. sl.
– BABY PASTE semen …1970s US homosexual sl.
 BALLOCK GRAVY semen …2000s sl.
– BEER semen …1960s African-American & college sl.
 BUNTY semen …2000 UK sl.
 BUTTER ejaculated semen; also (rarely) vaginal fluid produced during sexual activity or arousal …c1618 sl.
– CLINKER fecal or seminal matter adhering to the anal or pubic hairs …19C Brit. sl.
– COCK SNOT semen …1980s Brit. sl. Sl. Puxley 2004
– COME ejaculated semen …1923 sl.
– CREAM semen …19C Brit. & US sl. & colloq.
– CUM ejaculated semen …1923 sl.
– CUNT-JUICE  natural vaginal lubrication and ejaculated semen …19C sl.
– DAVID semen …Brit. sl.
– DEAD BABIES semen …1998 US sl.
– DELICIOUS JAM semen …sl.
– DUCK-BUTTER semen …20C US sl.
– EGG-WHITE semen …1910s sl.
– EMPTY an ejaculation of semen …1980s Aust. sl.
– FACE CREAM semen, esp. as when ejaculated onto a fellator’s face …1970s US homosexual sl.
– FACE-OFF an ejaculation of semen onto a lover’s face …2003 US sl.
– FACE-PAINTING the ejaculation of semen over one’s partner’s face …1990s sl.
– FATHER-STUFF the male seed in a figurative sense; semen …20C sl.
– FRENCH ABORTION the swallowing or spitting out of semen after fellatio …Bk1981 sl.
– FUCK semen …16C
– FUNK semen …1976 US sl.
– GLUE semen …L19 sl.
– GUMA semen …L19 US colloq.
HOCKEY Bk1975 US sl. – semen
– ICE-CREAM semen …1960s sl.
– INJECTION semen, at the point of ejaculation …M18 sl.
– IRISH CONFETTI semen spilled extravagantly …20C homosexual sl.
– JAM semen …19C Brit. sl.
– JAZZ semen …1932 Amer. sl.
– JELLY seminal fluid …1622 sl.
– JOLLOP semen …1990s sl.
– JUNGLE JUICE semen or vaginal secretions …1990s US students’ sl.
– KILL semen …1998 US sl.
– LATHER sexual secretions; semen; natural vaginal lubricants …19C Brit. sl.
– LETCH-WATER semen or natural vaginal lubrication, esp. as an indication of sexual arousal …18C Brit. sl.
– LEWD INFUSION semen …19C Brit. euphemism
– LIVING SAUCE semen …1990s sl.
– LOAD an ejaculation’s worth of semen …1927 US sl.
– LOVE JUICE semen …1882 UK sl.
– MELTED BUTTER semen …18C sl.
– MILT semen …19C sl.
– MUCK semen …1997 sl.
– NAD-JAM semen …2000s sl.
– NATURE semen …1547 sl.
– NUT semen …1991 US sl.
– OIL semen …17C sl.
– OIL OF MAN semen …19C Brit. sl.
– OINTMENT semen …L18 sl.
– OYSTER semen; an ejaculation of semen …19C Brit. sl.
– PASTE semen …M19 sl. 
– PEDIGREE CHUM semen; an orgasm …1992 UK rhyming sl. for ‘come’
POLLUTION c1390 arch. – ejaculation of semen without sexual intercourse, esp. a nocturnal emission
– POPULATION PASTE semen …M19 sl. 
– ROE semen …M19 sl.
– SAUCE semen …1970s US homosexual sl.
– SCAD semen …E17 sl.
– SCOTCH SCREW a nocturnal emission of semen …1987 US sl.
– SCUM semen …1967 sl., chiefly US
– SNOT semen …1980s Brit. sl.
– SNOWBALL a single gob of semen …L17 Brit. sl.
– SNOWBALL semen that has been ejaculated in a partner’s mouth and that is then returned, via a passionate kiss …1990s sl.
– SOUL SAUCE a Black man’s semen, or the man himself …1970s US homosexual sl.
– SPENCE ejaculated semen …20C W. Indies sl.
– SPEND semen; sexual spendings …19C sl.
– SPEW semen …1980s sl., orig. US college
– SPOO semen …1980s US college sl.
– SPOOCH semen …1980s US college sl.
– SPOOF semen …1910s Aust. sl.
– SPOOGE semen …1990s US sl.
– SPUNK semen …c1890 sl.
– STUFF semen …17C colloq.
– TAIL-WATER semen …20C sl.
– TALLOW semen …19C sl. 
– THICK PISS semen …1998 NZ sl.
– THREAD semen …19C Brit. sl.
– UPSHOOT an ejaculation of semen …Shakespeare usage
– VICTORIA MONK semen …19C Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘spunk’
– VINEGAR semen …2000s sl.
– WAD semen, esp. an ejaculation of semen …1920s sl.
– WHITE BLOW semen …20C sl.
– WHITE HONEY semen …L19 Brit. sl.
 
SEMEN – PHRASES
– GLUE-POT HAS COME UNSTUCK, THE he smells of genital sweat or semen …1890 sl.
 
SEMEN – VERBS
– CREAM to ejaculate semen …20C US sl.
– CREAM ONE’S JEANS to ejaculate semen in one’s trousers …20C US sl.
– DEPOSIT to ejaculate semen …sl.


SEMICOLON – NOUNS
– a semicolon HALF-MEMBER 1762 obs.


SEMI-CONSCIOUS – ADJECTIVES
– semi-conscious, wandering in one’s mind MAIZY;  MAZEY;  MAZY Bk1905 Eng. dial.


SEND, SENDING – NOUNS
– the act of sending; that which is sent, a message, present SAND c1000 obs.

SEND etc. – VERBS
– to send forth MAND a1310 obs.
– to send or dispatch WAIVE a1400-50 obs.
– to send quickly SEND DANCING 1790 Sc. obs.


SEND AWAY, SENDING AWAY – NOUNS
– a sending away, dismissal DEMISSION 1811 rare

SEND AWAY etc. – VERBS
– to send away, to dismiss ABSQUATULATE 1887 Amer. dial.
– to send away, to dismiss CHASSÉ M19 society sl.
– to send away, to eject OOSH 1960s sl.


SEND FOR – VERBS
– to send for OFSEND c1121 obs.


SENILE, SENILITY – ADJECTIVES
AGEDLIKE having the appearance or marks of age; senile …1530 obs.
DECREPIT wasted or worn out with old age, decayed and enfeebled with infirmities; old and feeble; senile …c1450
DODDERING shaky, feeble, or infirm, as from old age; foolish, senile …Bk1942 colloq.
GAGA mad, esp. as a result of senility; eccentric, senile  …1920 UK sl. 
GUGGA eccentric, senile …1910s sl.
VEED defective in understanding; in one’s dotage; senile …c1850 Sc.

SENILE etc. – NOUNS
CADUCITY the infirmity of old age, senility …1769
DECREPIDITY decrepitude, a state of feebleness and decay, esp. that due to old age; senility …1760 obs. rare
DECREPITAGE decrepitude; a state of feebleness and decay, esp. that due to old age; senility …1670 obs.
DECREPITANCY decrepitude; a state of feebleness and decay, esp. that due to old age; senility …1670 obs.
DECREPITNESS decrepitude; a state of feebleness and decay, esp. that due to old age; senility …1601 obs.
DECREPITUDE the state or condition of being decrepit; a state of feebleness and decay, esp. that due to old age; senility …1603
DECREPITY decrepitude; a state of feebleness and decay, esp. that due to old age; senility …1576 obs.

SENILE etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
CRUMBLIE an elderly person; any person considered to be old or senile …1976 sl.
GAGA an eccentric, crazy, or senile person …1938 sl.
GAGAGOOTZ an eccentric or senile person …1968 sl.
GERIATRIC an old or senile person …1977
GRANNY a senile man or woman …1923 Amer. dial. 


SENIOR, SENIORITY – ADJECTIVES
– senior in rank or standing ELDEST 1721 military usage, obs.
– senior; that ranks before others by virtue of longer service; said of officials, etc. ELDER 1642 obs.

SENIOR etc. – ADVERBS
– into a senior position UPSTAIRS 1990s sl. 

SENIOR etc. – NOUNS
– a senior position; a higher authority UPSTAIRS 1950s sl. 
– seniority or tenure on a job WHISKERS 1973 US sl.
– the position of being senior or elder; seniority, precedence of birth, primogeniture ELDERSHIP 1549


SENSATION – ADJECTIVES
– producing a disagreeable or disgusting sensation GRINGLY Bk1942 Amer. sl.

SENSATION – NOUNS
– a sensation; something very exciting and successful WOW 1920 Amer. sl.
– a sensation; something very successful and impressive WOWSER 1928 Amer. sl.
– sensation, feeling FEELTH Bk1900 Eng. dial.

SENSATION – VERBS
– to deprive of sensation TAKE AWAY 1792 Sc.


SENSATIONAL – ADJECTIVES
– sensational SPICY AS ALL ROUND MY HAT 1882
– sensational, esp. in a sexual way JUICY 1883 UK sl.
– sensational, impressive SHOW-STOPPING colloq.
– sensational, very good ASS-KICKING 1977 Amer. sl.
– sensational, very good; pleasing; excellent SMASHING a1911 colloq.

SENSATIONAL – NOUNS
– a sensational, important, or highly publicized statement or deed BIG NOISE 1956 US sl.
– a sensational newspaper headline; hence, any sensational writing SCAREHEAD 1910s US sl.


SENSE – ADJECTIVES
– GUMPTIOUS having common sense; also, clever, vain, self-important …1853
– HALFPENNY SHORT OF A SHILLING, A lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient; slightly crazy …1939
– LEAN-WITTED silly, stupid, foolish; having little sense or shrewdness …1593
– ONE SANDWICH SHORT OF A PICNIC lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient; slightly crazy …1985
– ONE SPARK PLUG SHORT OF AN ENGINE lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient; slightly crazy …1996
– SEVERAL BANANAS SHORT OF A MILKSHAKE lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient; slightly crazy …1992
– SHORT OF A SHEET OF BARK lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient; slightly crazy …1885
– SHORT OF THE FULL QUID lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient; slightly crazy …1960
– SIX BRICKS SHORT OF A LOAD lacking in common sense or intelligence; mentally deficient; slightly crazy …1960
 
SENSE – NOUNS
– BONSENSE good sense …1681
– CAT SENSE common sense …1963 Amer. dial.
– C.D.F. common sense (common dry fuck) …1930 Royal Navy usage
– CHICKEN SENSE little sense …1939 Amer. dial.
– COCUM;  COKUM;  KOCUM;  KOKUM good sense; acumen; judgement …1848 sl., rare
– COMMON common sense …1906 Brit. sl.
– EESKYIE goodness, sense, decency …1929 Sc.
– GUMP common sense, mother wit, shrewdness; also, initiative, enterprise, ‘drive’ …1920
– GUMPTION practical good sense or initiative; shrewdness; courage; enterprise …1719 colloq., orig. Sc.
– HALF-SENSE a minimum of intelligence or common sense …1937 Amer. dial.
– HEAD-GEAR mental equipment, brains, good sense, ability …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– HORSE SENSE practical good sense and shrewdness …1832 sl., orig. US
– MENSE decency, propriety, decorum; sense, discretion, tact; good manners, politeness …1737 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– MOTHER WIT natural intelligence; common sense …c1440
– NOUS;  NOUSE instinct or common sense, as opposed to actual learning …18C sl.
– RUMBLEGUMPTION common sense; mental smartness …1787 Sc.
– SALTED SENSE sound common sense …1900 Eng. dial.
– SAVEE;  SAVEY;  SAVVY good sense …1785 sl.
– SCONCE;  SKONCE judgement, sense …M16 sl.
– SUSS common sense …1977 UK sl.
– VAPOUR LOCK a temporary loss of common sense or memory …1996 US sl.
 
SENSE – NOUNS, PERSON
– EDUCATED FOOL a person who seems to know everything; one having book knowledge, but who is lacking in common sense …Bk1966 Amer. dial.
– FUNGE a person lacking intelligence or common sense; a fool …1621 obs.
– MOROSOPH one who is ‘foolishly wise’; a philosophical or learned fool; one learned but lacking common sense …1751
 
SENSE – PHRASES
– IT ALL ADDS UP it makes sense …1930s sl.
– LIFT DOESN’T GO TO THE TOP FLOOR, THE he’s slightly crazy or lacking in common sense or intelligence …1985
 
SENSE – VERBS
– ADD UP to make sense; to work as expected …1930s sl.
– HAVE A GOOD NOSE FOR to have a propensity for; to have good sense of …Aust. sl.
– HAVE ENOUGH SENSE TO GET OUT OF THE RAIN to be shrewd enough to look after oneself; to be common-sensical …1848 colloq.
– HAVE EYES IN ONE’S HEAD to be able to see clearly; to be able to perceive, comprehend, or recognize something; to have good sense …1579
– HAVE GUTS IN ONE’S BRAIN(S) to have a solid understanding; to be genuinely intelligent; to have sense …c1660 colloq.
– HAVE ONE OAR OUT OF THE WATER to be slightly crazy; to be lacking in common sense or intelligence …1985
– KNOW ENOUGH TO COME IN OUT OF THE RAIN to be shrewd enough to look after oneself; to be common-sensical …1848 colloq.
– KNOW ENOUGH TO LAP SALT to have common sense …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– LAP ALUM to do the most commonsensical thing …1969 Amer. dial.
– LAP SALT to do the most commonsensical thing …1914 Amer. dial.
– LOSE ONE’S BALLAST to lose one’s good judgement or sense …1889 sl.
– NOT TO KNOW CATNIP to lack common sense …1954 Amer. dial.
TRACK 1970s US sl. – to make sense; to be plausible
– WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE to come to one’s senses …1980s sl.


SENSELESS, SENSELESSLY, SENSELESSNESS  – ADJECTIVES
– AIMLESS senseless …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– BUZZARD senseless, stupid …1592
– BUZZARDLY stupid, senseless …1561 obs.
– CRACKY crazy; senseless …c1925 Aust. sl.
– CRIMINAL senseless or deplorable …colloq.
– DAIVERT wandering in mind, silly, senseless …1795 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– DAVERED wandering in mind, silly, senseless …1795 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– DEAD unconscious, senseless …1887 Amer. dial.
– DOOLALLY-TRAPPED knocked senseless …1910s sl.
– DOUGH-BAKED deficient in reason or sense
FUCKHEADED Bk2006 US sl. – stupid; senseless
– GAUMLESS wanting sense or discernment …c1746 Eng. dial. 
– GUMPTIONLESS senseless …1823
– HAIVELESS senseless, meaningless …1804 Sc.
– HALF-WITTED lacking or deficient in common sense or reason; simple; senseless …c1645 obs.
– HEADLESS of things, actions, etc.: senseless, stupid …1586
– IDIOTICAL idiotic, senseless, stupid …1751 Sc. 
– IDLE void of meaning or sense; foolish, silly, incoherent; also, of persons: light-headed, out of one’s mind, delirious …1548 obs.
– INSANE idiotic, utterly senseless, irrational, obsessive …M19
– MENSELESS thoughtless, silly, foolish; senseless …1809 Sc.
– RAN-DAN senseless; idle; disorderly …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– SACKLESS lacking common sense; silly; foolish; stupid; thoughtless; useless, awkward …1878 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SAKELESS without sense or gumption; silly, foolish, lacking drive or energy, sloppy, careless …1820 Sc.
– SALTLESS senseless, without wit …1810 Sc.
– SART-AND-FAIR stupid, senseless, idiotic …1746 Eng. dial.
– SCATTER-WITTED senseless, harebrained …1867 Sc.
– SKY WEST AND CROOKED helpless, senseless …1905 Amer. dial.
– SKY WESTERN CROOKED helpless, senseless …1909 Amer. dial.
– TAIVERT idle, foolish, senseless, half-witted, raving …1823 Sc.
– UNFARRANT ill-informed, senseless, without quickness of apprehension; rude, unmannerly …1838 Sc.
– UNWITLESS senseless, insensible …a1225 obs.
– VAIN of persons: devoid of sense or wisdom; foolish, silly, thoughtless; of an idle or futile nature or disposition …1390 rare or obs.
– WANT-WIT witless, senseless …1894
– ZATENFARE stupid, senseless, idiotic …1746 Eng. dial.
– ZONED dazed and senseless; oblivious …Bk1995 US sl.
 
SENSELESS etc. – ADVERBS
– VAINLY foolishly, senselessly, thoughtlessly …1588 obs.
 
SENSELESS etc. – NOUNS
– BALA coarse or senseless talk …E19 sl.
– BALDERDASH a senseless jumble of words; nonsense, trash, spoken or written …1674
INANITY 1756 – lack of ideas or sense; frivolity; senselessness, silliness
– LAST YEAR’S BIRD’S NEST something utterly worthless, senseless, outmoded, or untidy …1905 Amer. dial.
– LAST YEAR’S CROW’S NEST something utterly worthless, senseless, outmoded, or untidy …1950 Amer. dial.
– LAST YEAR’S WASP NEST something utterly worthless, senseless, outmoded, or untidy …1986 Amer. dial.
 
SENSELESS etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– BAGPIPE an inflated and senseless talker; a windbag; a long-winded monotonous speaker; a tedious chatterbox…1603
– BOSTHOON an awkward fellow; a tactless, senseless person…1830 Irish
– DAFF one deficient in sense or in proper spirit; a simpleton, a fool; a coward …c1325 obs. exc. N. Eng. dial.
– FAT-HEAD one having a fat head; a stupid dolt; a senseless fellow; an oaf; one whose brain is composed of fat and is therefore useless …1842
– GAMPHREL;  GAMPHRELL a stupid, foolish, or senseless person; a fool, a blockhead, an idiot …1729 Sc. rare
– GUMP a stupid, foolish, or awkward person; an idiot; a senseless person; a dolt …1825 Amer. dial.
– GUMP-HEAD a stupid, foolish, or awkward person; an idiot; a senseless person; a dolt …1916 Amer. dial.
– GUMPY a stupid, foolish, or awkward person; an idiot; a senseless person; a dolt …1892 Amer. dial.
– HAIVREL;  HAVEREL;  HAVERIL one who talks without sense, one who engages in empty, idle talk …a1818 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– LACKBRAIN one who is destitute of sense or brains; a stupid fellow; one that wants wit …Bk1790 obs.
– MOAK a senseless, foolish fellow; a bore …1855 
– MOLDWARP;  MOULDWARP a stupid, worthless, or good-for-nothing person; a senseless person; a dolt …1928 Amer. dial.
– MORTWORP a stupid, worthless, or good-for-nothing person; a senseless person; a dolt …c1938 Amer. dial. 
– PADDICK a stupid, senseless person …Bk1895 Eng. dial.
– PATE-HEAD a silly, senseless person …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– SACKLESS a weak, senseless person; a helpless, clumsy fellow …1778 Eng. dial. 
– SCATTER-WIT a reckless, senseless person …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SCATTER-WITS a reckless, senseless person …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SILLY BOY GOT NONE a senseless person …Brit. sl.
– SPACE CASE a person lacking common sense; one who is out of touch; an airhead; a crazy person …1981 US sl.
– SPACE COOKIE a person lacking common sense; one who is out of touch; an airhead; a crazy person …1983 US sl.
– SPACE GHOST a person lacking common sense; one who is out of touch; an airhead; a crazy person …1997US sl.
– TAWPY a silly person; a simpleton; a foolish, senseless, or thoughtless girl or woman; a headstrong, untidy girl …1728 Sc.
– WANT-WIT one who lacks wit or sense; a fool …1448-9
– YAWNY an idiotic or senseless person; a fool; a simpleton; a dolt …Bk1887 Eng. dial.
 
SENSELESS etc. – PHRASES
THE BIGGER THE FIRE, THE BIGGER THE FOOL 1890s Aust. – the more noise a man makes, the less sense he speaks
– HAIR AND HEAD, AN’ THAT’S ALL said of one without brains or sense …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
SENSELESS etc. – VERBS
– MAWK to go about stupidly; to move in a senseless manner …1740 Eng. dial.
– NAFF to talk in a pert, senseless way; to argue snappishly, esp. of children and persons of diminutive appearance …Bk1903 Sc.
– NOT TO KNOW BEANS FROM BARLEY IF THE BAGS WERE OPEN to be very stupid; to lack common sense …1965 Amer. dial.
– NOT TO KNOW BEANS FROM BARLEY to very stupid; to lack common sense …1954 Amer. dial.
– UNSENSE to render senseless or insensible; to stun with a blow or fall …1892 Eng. dial. 


SENSIBLE – ADJECTIVES
COCUM;  COKUM sensible …M19 sl.
FURNISHED possessed of one’s faculties physical and mental …1473 obs.
LIKELY sensible, intelligent  …1809 Amer. dial.
POLITIC c1430 – judicious, expedient, sensible; skilfully contrived; said of an action or thing
POLITICAL 1577 obs. – judicious, expedient, sensible; skilfully contrived; said of an action or thing
RATIONABLE rational; sensible …1620 obs.
SALTED ‘seasoned’ with good sense; sensible …1647
SANSHACH of children: sage, sensible, well-behaved …1904 Sc.

SENSIBLE – INTERJECTIONS
USE YOUR LOAF! be sensible! …1930s sl. 

SENSIBLE – NOUNS
FAIR THING a sensible, judicious action or decision; a wise proceeding, a clear duty, justice …1910s Aust. sl.
SKILL a wise or sensible act …a1500 obs.
USE ONE’S BEAN to think, to act intelligently or sensibly, to work things out …1930s sl.
USE ONE’S BLOCK to act sensibly …1980s NZ sl.
USE ONE’S LOAF to think, to act intelligently or sensibly, to work things out …1930s sl.
USE ONE’S SKULL to think, to act intelligently or sensibly, to work things out …1930s sl.
USE ONE’S TURNIP to think, to act intelligently or sensibly, to work things out …1930s sl.
USE THE OLD BEAN to think, to act intelligently or sensibly, to work things out …1930s sl. 


SENTENTIOUS – ADJECTIVES
POLONIAL 1872 – characteristic of Polonius (the elderly and sententious courtier in Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’); given to using moralistic aphorisms, sententious
POLONIAN 1847 – characteristic of Polonius (the elderly and sententious courtier in Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’); given to using moralistic aphorisms, sententious


SENSITIVE – ADJECTIVES
BLEEDING HEART sensitive to the plight of others, anguished; often as ‘bleeding heart liberal’ …1958 UK sl., disparaging usage
DAUNCH fastidious, dainty, overnice, squeamish, over-particular; sensitive, jealous of one’s own dignity …c1460 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
FEELY Bk1900 Eng. dial. – sensitive
KITTLY easily offended; sensitive …Sc.
NESH dainty, delicate; tender, sensitive; sickly …1870 Amer. dial.
OUCHY irritable, short-tempered, touchy, easily offended, sensitive, intolerant …1966 Amer. dial.
SET ON A HAIR TRIGGER extremely sensitive to stimuli …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
TECHY touchy, irritable, fretful, short-tempered, peevish, easily offended, sensitive …1815 Amer. dial.
TETCHIOUS sensitive to touch ….1951 Amer. dial.
TETCHOUS sensitive to touch ….1842 Amer. dial.
TETCHY of a subject, situation, etc.: sensitive, ticklish …1886 Amer. dial.
THIN-SKINNED sensitive to criticism, reproach, or rebuff; easily offended; touchy 
TICKLE in unstable equilibrium; easily upset or overthrown, insecure, tottering, crazy; delicate, sensitive …1515
TICKLISH easily upset in temper; apt to be offended, sensitive, touchy …1581
TICKLISH sensitive; easily affected …1684 obs.
TOUCHOUS physically sensitive; tender, painful to the touch …1894 Amer. dial.

SENSITIVE – NOUNS, PERSON
BIG GIRL’S BLOUSE a weak, cowardly, timid, or oversensitive man; an ineffectual person; an effeminate male …1969 UK sl.
POOSHEY;  POOSHIE;  POOSHY an over-sensitive person …1960s Ulster sl.
PUSHIE an over-sensitive person …1960s Ulster sl.
QUICHE-EATER a sensitive man; an effeminate male …1984 US sl.

SENSITIVE – VERBS
HAVE A HAIR CROSSED to be touchy, sensitive, or defensive …1968 Amer. dial.


SENSUAL, SENSUALISM, SENSUALIST – ADJECTIVES
CHEESECAKE sensual, provocative; said of pictures or photographs of girls …20C Amer. sl.
CONCUPISCENTIOUS lecherous, lustful, libidinous, sensual …a1555 obs.
CONCUPISCIBLE worthy to be longed for or lusted after; that may be desired; eagerly desirous; lecherous, libidinous, lustful, sensual …1398
DOGGISH brutish, bestial; lecherous; sensual…1594
FULL-BLOODED vigorous, forceful, hearty, sensual

SENSUAL etc. – NOUNS
CARNALISM sensualism …1864 rare

SENSUAL etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
ACOLAUST one that revels in sensual pleasures; a sensualist …1633 obs.
BITCH a term of abuse for a woman; strictly, a lewd or sensual woman; later, a malicious, treacherous, unpleasant, or otherwise despicable woman …a1400
CARNALIST a fleshly-minded or unspiritual man; a sensualist …1621 obs.
CARNALITE a fleshly-minded or unspiritual man; a sensualist …1573 obs.
EARTH MOTHER a sensual or fecund woman; a woman who eschews makeup, synthetic fabric, and meat …1980 US sl.


SENSUOUS – ADJECTIVES
– sensuous, deviant, lewd, kinky, illicit FRENCH sl.
– sensuous, luxurious; inviting to repose MOLLITIOUS 1646 rare

SENSUOUS – NOUNS, PERSON
– a sensuous and sexy young woman NYMPHET 1955 US colloq.


SENT – ADJECTIVES
– capable of being sent MISSIBLE 1809 rare


SENTENCE – NOUNS
– a sentence, motto IMPRESS 1611 obs.


SENTENCE (authoritative decision) – VERBS
– to sentence, to convict, to condemn IMPUTE c1540 obs. rare
– to sentence, to doom, to condemn to some penalty DEEM a1000 obs.


SENTIMENT – NOUNS
– excessive sentiment SCHMALTZ;  SHMALTZ 1935 sl., orig. US
– excessive sentiment; a silly demonstration of affection GOO Bk1942 Amer. sl.


SENTIMENTAL, SENTIMENTALITY, SENTIMENTALIZE – ADJECTIVES
– DRIPPY drivelling, sloppily sentimental …1952 
– GAGA foolish; silly; witless; sentimental about, infatuated …1917 sl. 
– GAGA OVER sentimental about, infatuated with …1920s sl.
– GOOEY excessively sentimental …1935 sl.
– GOO-GOO foolish; mawkish; sentimental …1910s US sl.
– GUMMY sentimental; maudlin …1940 Amer. sl.
– GUSHING excessively sentimental and effusive, either inanely or insincerely …1864 colloq.
– GUSHY excessively sentimental and effusive, either inanely or insincerely …1889 colloq.
– ICK sickly, over-sentimental, distasteful …1960s US sl.
– ICKY of a person or an object, as a film or play: sickly, over-sentimental …1929 sl., orig. US
– ICKY-BOO of a person or an object, as a film or play: sickly, over-sentimental …1920s sl., orig. US
– ICKY-POO of a person or an object, as a film or play: sickly, over-sentimental …1920s sl., orig. US
– IKKY excessively sentimental …1939 sl.
– LACKADAISICAL feebly sentimental, affectedly languishing …M18
 LOVEY-DOVEY very affectionate or loving, esp. excessively so; overly sentimental …1879
– MARSHMALLOW sentimental …1960s US sl.
– MENTISENTAL sentimental …1840 sl.
– MUSH-BRAINED stupid; sentimental; nonsensical …1980s sl.
– MUSHY excessively sentimental or emotional, insipidly or gushingly romantic …1848 US colloq.
– NAMBY-PAMBY of style, actions, etc.: weakly sentimental, insipidly pretty, affectedly or childishly simple …1745
– NAMBY-PAMBY of persons: inclined to weak sentimentality, affected daintiness, or childish simplicity; of a weak or trifling character; effeminate; overnice …1774
– ON THE COB sentimental; simplistic; banal …1930s US sl.
– PARRITCH-HERTIT sentimental, weakly emotional (parritch = porridge) …1877 Sc. 
– SAPPY sentimental and mawkish …L19 US sl.
– SAWNEY foolish, stupid, weak; foolishly sentimental …1894 Eng. dial.
– SCHMALTZY excessively sentimental; mawkish …1935 sl., orig. US
– SHMALTZY sentimental, mawkish …Brit. sl.
– SLOPPY excessively sentimental …1883 sl., orig. US
– SLUSHY excessively sentimental …1889 sl., orig. US adj.
– SMARMY smug, self-satisfied; overly sentimental …1909 UK sl.
– SOPPY foolishly sentimental; naive …1918 UK sl.
– STICKY mawkish; excessively sentimental …1841
– SUGARY sentimental …1591
– TOO-TOO extravagantly and affectedly sentimental, gushing …colloq.
– TWEE excessively sentimental …1956 sl.
– WAPPY sentimental, idealistic …1950s sl.
– YECCHY;  YECHY excessively sentimental …1956 US sl.
– YUCKY;  YUKKY excessively sentimental …1970 sl.
 
SENTIMENTAL etc. – NOUNS
GLOP Bk1997 US sl. – sentimentality; maudlin trash
– GUSH talk too effusive and objectionably sentimental …c1865 colloq.
– MUSH sentimental nonsense; a silly demonstration of affection …M19 US
– NAMBY-PAMBY that which is marked by affected prettiness and feeble sentimentality …a1764
– SCHMALTZ;  SHMALTZ mawkish sentimentality, esp. of a film, play, song. etc. …Brit. sl.
– SLUSH nonsense, drivel; sentimental rubbish …M19 colloq.
– SOB STUFF sentimental narrative …1918
 
SENTIMENTAL etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– GUSHER an over-effusive and sentimental talker …1864 colloq.
– MARSHMALLOW a soft, weak, or sentimental person …1950s Amer. sl.
– MOONCALF a person who idles time away in dreaming; an absent-minded, distracted person, or one given to sentimentality …a1627
– MUSHBALL a stupid person; a dolt; a mawkishly sentimental person …1980s US sl.
– MUSHBRAIN a dolt; a mawkishly sentimental person …1980s US sl.
– MUSH-FACE a fool; a sentimental idiot …1920s sl.
– NAMBY-PAMBY a weakly sentimental a feeble or effeminate person; an overly nice person …1885
– OLD LADY of a man: a weakling, a sentimentalist …1930s sl.
– SOB SISTER an excessively sentimental person …1912 sl., orig. US
– SOFTIE;  SOFTY a person who is sentimental, weakly foolish, or lacking in physical endurance …1886
– SUCKER FOR SUCCOTASH a sentimentalist …Bk1942 US sl.
 
SENTIMENTAL etc. – VERBS
– DROOL OVER to express or feel inordinate sentimentality or enthusiasm …M20
– GAGA to act sentimentally …1930s US sl.
– GUSH to talk too effusively and sentimentally; often, also insincerely …1864 colloq.
– SCHMALTZ;  SHMALTZ to sentimentalize …1936 sl., orig. US
– SCHMALTZ UP;  SHMALTZ UP to sentimentalize …1936 sl., orig. US
– TALK WET to talk in a sentimental, soft manner; to talk stupidly …1910s sl. 


SENTINEL – NOUNS, PERSON
– a sentinel, a military watchman, or lookout WAIT a1300 obs.
– a sentinel, a gatekeeper, a porter WARDEN a1225 rare
– a sentinel on horseback VEDETTE 18C