a female given name, form of Sara or Sarah.
Also called Sadie, Sadies. a party, dance, or other social event, especially one held annually among high school or college students, to which each girl escorts the boy of her choice, or invites him to escort her.
a day (Sadie Hawkins Day) or night, often in November, when such an event or events are held.
a homely cartoon character of Li’l Abner who grew tired of waiting for men to court her and whose father designated a day in November when women could propose marriage or dating to men
noun 1. Northern, North Midland, and Western U.S. Older Use. a flatiron that is pointed at both ends and has a detachable handle. noun 1. a heavy iron pointed at both ends, for pressing clothes
noun 1. sadhe. noun 1. Saadi. noun 1. (Muslih ud-Din) 1184?–1291? Persian poet. noun 1. a variant spelling of Sadi noun 1. original name Sheikh Muslih Addin. ?1184–1292, Persian poet. His best-known works are Gulistān (Flower Garden) and Būstān (Tree Garden), long moralistic poems in prose and verse
noun 1. Psychiatry. the condition in which sexual gratification depends on causing pain or degradation to others. Compare masochism. 2. any enjoyment in being cruel. 3. extreme cruelty. noun 1. the gaining of pleasure or sexual gratification from the infliction of pain and mental suffering on another person See also algolagnia Compare masochism sadism sa·dism […]
noun 1. Psychiatry. a person who has the condition of sadism, in which one receives sexual gratification from causing pain and degradation to another. 2. a person who enjoys being cruel.