gas given off in the digestion of sewage consisting of approximately 66 per cent methane and 34 per cent carbon dioxide
noun 1. Samuel, 1652–1730, American jurist, born in England.
noun 1. seawan. noun 1. wampum (def 1). noun 1. a variant spelling of seawan noun 1. shell beads, usually unstrung, used by certain North American Indians as money; wampum
noun 1. a peninsula in W Alaska, on Bering Strait. Seward Peninsula /ˈsjuːəd/ noun 1. a peninsula of W Alaska, on the Bering Strait. Length: about 290 km (180 miles)
verb (used with object), sewed, sewn or sewed, sewing. 1. to join or attach by stitches. 2. to make, repair, etc., (a garment) by such means. 3. to enclose or secure with stitches: to sew flour in a bag. 4. to close (a hole, wound, etc.) by means of stitches (usually followed by up). verb […]