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        sāorǎo, [騷擾], to disturb/to cause a commotion/to harass
        xìngsāorǎo, [性騷擾], sexual harassment
        sāo, [騷], trouble/disturbance/rumpus/flirty/coquettish/abbr. for 離騷|离骚[Lí Sāo]/literary wr...
        sāoluàn, [騷亂], disturbance/riot/to create a disturbance
        fāláosāo, [發牢騷], to whine/to be grouchy
        sāodòng, [騷動], disturbance/uproar/CL:陣|阵[zhèn]/to become restless
        fēngsāo, [風騷], literary excellence/flirtatious behavior
        láosāo, [牢騷], discontent/complaint/to complain
        Násāo, [拿騷], Nassau, capital of The Bahamas
        mǎnfùláosāo, [滿腹牢騷], lit. belly full of complaints (idiom)/discontent/always moaning and complaining
        dúlǐngfēngsāo, [獨領風騷], most outstanding/par excellence
        sāokè, [騷客], (literary) poet/literati
        fāsāo, [發騷], horny/lecherous
        XuānhuáyǔSāodòng, [喧嘩與騷動], The Sound and the Fury (novel by William Faulkner 威廉·福克納|威廉·福克纳[Wēi lián · Fú kè...
        LíSāo, [離騷], Sorrow at Parting, poem by Qu Yuan 屈原 in Songs of Chu 楚辭|楚辞
        mēnsāo, [悶騷], (coll.) outwardly cold or retiring but deep and passionate inside
        sāoluànzhě, [騷亂者], a rioter
        sāotǐ, [騷體], poetry in the style of 離騷|离骚[Lí Sāo]
        sāobāo, [騷包], (slang) alluring/showy/flashy and enticing person/painted Jezebel
        sāowèi, [騷味], foul smell
        sāoqíng, [騷情], frivolous/flirtatious
        sāorǎokèzǎo, [騷擾客蚤], Xenopsylla vexabilis
        sāojiǎo, [騷攪], to disturb/to pester
        sāorán, [騷然], turbulent
        sāoruì, [騷瑞], sorry (loanword)
        sāohuà, [騷話], obscenities/lewd talk
        sāohuò, [騷貨], loose woman/slut
        sāonào, [騷鬧], noisy/a racket
        sāolǘ, [騷驢], jackass

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