suk countered that perhaps the high prices were an indicator of desperation: “Why are high prices seen as a sign of health?”
So Watt asked suk to work out precisely what sort of instructions a hopelessly befuddled jury might be given and get back to him.
Succubus, suk′ū-bus, n. a demon in female form who consorts with men in their sleep—also Succ′uba.
To the left the tents of the suk, mostly white and of the Turkish pattern.
There is a wretched hamlet of Somali at suk, which had been visited by us from Hadibo.
As I write, an immense hubbub and a cry of thieves from the suk.
Succulent, suk′ū-lent, adj. full of juice or moisture: not dry or barren.
Succotash, suk′o-tash, n. a dish consisting of a stew of green Indian corn and beans.
Sucken, suk′n, n. (Scots law) the district round a mill, the tenants farming which must grind their corn therein.
I remember well the day when that procession of girls and teachers rode and walked down from suk el Ghurb to Beirût.