one who commits sabotage; destroyer of property; N. sabotage: destruction of property (usually carried out secretly)
Anyone caught without an identity card would be treated with suspicion as a possible enemy saboteur.
cloying sweet; characteristic of sugar or saccharin
He ate the saccharine dessert.
desecrating; profane; N. sacrilege: desecration, misuse, or theft of something sacred
Such was its reputation that it seemed sacrilege to dare to improve on it.
invioably sacred; most sacred; inviolable
Once the water is blessed, it becomes sacrosanct and must be treated with respect
inclined to cruelty; N. sadism: delight in cruelty
The murderer was very sadistic when he killed the innocent people
Scandinavian myth; any legend; long heroic narrative
wise; perceptive; shrewd; having insight; N. sagacity
He is a Sagacious lawyer