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abide to put up with; stand. [1/3 definitions]
algebra a form of mathematics used to solve problems in which some of the numbers are not known. In an algebra problem, letters stand for the unknown numbers.
bowling a game in which a heavy ball is rolled along a wooden alley toward wooden pins that stand at the far end.
bristle to make the bristles stand up straight in fright or anger. [1/4 definitions]
confront to meet, face, or stand up to boldly.
counter1 a long, high table. People sit on stools or stand at a counter to eat, prepare food, or do business. [1/2 definitions]
designate to stand for or mean. [1/3 definitions]
diving board a springy board that is fixed to a stand and reaches out over water, used for diving.
double to stand in for or replace something or someone. [1/13 definitions]
easel a stand for holding an artist's canvas, blackboard, or sign.
face to stand before or deal with in a brave way. [1/8 definitions]
footing a firm base on which one can stand, build, or grow. [1/3 definitions]
get up to stand up or sit up. [1/2 definitions]
hardy able to stand hardship; tough; brave. [2 definitions]
Heimlich maneuver an emergency technique used to save a person choking on something, such as food. One must stand behind the person choking and wrap one's arms around the person, just below the rib cage. One then presses hard in an upward movement to force air from the lungs. The rush of air should eject the object.
hieroglyphic having to do with writing that uses pictures and symbols to stand for words or sounds. [1/2 definitions]
hold out to stand firm and not give in; resist. [1/2 definitions]
loiter to stand around idly.
loll to stand, sit, or lie in a lazy or relaxed manner; lounge. [1/2 definitions]
mount1 a stand, frame, or surface that holds something for display. [1/7 definitions]
night table a small table or stand kept beside one's bed.