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steep1 having a sharp slope or slant. [2 definitions]
steep2 to soak in a liquid.
steeple a tall, narrow tower on top of a building. A steeple often has a pointed spire.
steer1 to cause to move in a certain direction. [3 definitions]
steer2 a young bull or male ox that is not able to produce young and that is raised for its meat.
steer clear of to keep away from; avoid.
steering wheel a wheel that is turned by a driver, pilot, or the like to control the direction of a land vehicle, boat, or aircraft.
stellar of, pertaining to, or resembling a star or stars. [2 definitions]
stem1 the main part of a plant that grows up from the ground and supports the branches, leaves, flowers, or fruits that may grow from it. [3 definitions]
stencil a sheet of some material out of which letters or a pattern has been cut. Paint or ink can pass through stencils to form a design on the surface underneath. [3 definitions]
step the movement made by lifting one foot and putting it down in another place; motion used in walking. [8 definitions]
step- a prefix that means "related because someone married again."
stepdad (informal) the husband of one's mother but who is not one's father by birth; stepfather.
stepdaughter the daughter of one's husband or wife from an earlier marriage.
stepfather the husband of one's mother, who may act as a father but is not one's natural father.
stepmom (informal) the wife of one's father but who is not one's mother by birth; stepmother.
stepmother the wife of one's father, who may act as a mother but is not one's natural mother.
step on someone's toes to annoy or anger by trying to take over someone else's job or role.
stepparent a man or woman who is not one's natural parent but is married to one's natural parent; a stepfather or stepmother.
stepson the son of one's husband or wife from an earlier marriage.
stereo a system of equipment for playing sound that uses separate channels to create a realistic effect.