a deep coastal inlet in the Shetland Islands, on the N coast of Mainland. It is used for the storage and transshipment of oil
verb (used with object), sullied, sullying. 1. to soil, stain, or tarnish. 2. to mar the purity or luster of; defile: to sully a reputation. verb (used without object), sullied, sullying. 3. to become sullied, soiled, or tarnished. noun, plural sullies. 4. Obsolete. a stain; soil. noun 1. Maximilien de Béthune [mak-see-mee-lyan duh bey-tyn] /mak […]
[sy-lee-pry-dawm] /süˈli prüˈdɔm/ noun 1. René François Armand [ruh-ney frahn-swa ar-mahn] /rəˈneɪ frɑ̃ˈswa arˈmɑ̃/ (Show IPA), 1839–1907, French poet: Nobel prize 1901. Sully-Prudhomme /French sylli prydɔm/ noun 1. René François Armand (rəne frɑ̃swa armɑ̃). 1839–1907, French poet: Nobel prize for literature 1901
Chiefly British. 1. variant of sulf-. combining form 1. containing sulphur: sulphate, sulphonic acid sulph- pref. Variant of sulfo-.
/ˌsʌlfəˈnɪləˌmaɪd/ noun 1. a white odourless crystalline compound formerly used in medicine in the treatment of bacterial infections. Formula: NH2C6H4SO2NH2 See also sulfa drug