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stir1 to mix or move in a circle with a hand or object. [9 definitions]
stirrup a loop or ring of metal, wood, or leather with a flat bottom that hangs from each side of a saddle. Stirrups are used to support the rider's foot.
stitch one movement of a needle and thread through cloth or other material when sewing. [5 definitions]
stoat the European name for a weasel, especially for ermines when they have brown fur in summer.
stock a supply ready for use; store. [12 definitions]
stockade a fence for defense made of upright posts. [2 definitions]
Stockholm the capital city of Sweden.
stocking a knit covering that fits closely on the foot and some part of the leg.
stocky thick, sturdy, and often short in build or form; stout.
stockyard a closed in lot for keeping livestock before they are slaughtered or shipped.
stoke to add to and stir up the fuel of.
stole1 past tense of "steal."
stole2 a woman's long scarf of fur or cloth.
stolen the past participle of "steal."
stomach the organ in the body that receives food that has been swallowed and begins to digest it. [3 definitions]
stomachache pain in the stomach or abdomen.
stomp to stamp or walk heavily upon so as to smash or otherwise harm. [3 definitions]
stone hard matter formed from mineral and earth material; rock. [6 definitions]
stone- a prefix that means "in a complete way."
Stone Age the stage of human culture when stone tools and weapons were made and used. The Stone Age dates from about two million B.C. to about 3,500 B.C.
stood past tense and past participle of "stand."