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at ease a standing position in the military. When at ease, soldiers may relax but must stay in place and cannot talk.
burn the midnight oil to stay awake very late for work or study.
caffeine a bitter substance found in coffee, tea, chocolate, and some sodas. Caffeine stimulates the heart and nervous system and can cause a person to stay awake and alert.
camp1 to stay for a while in a camp (sometimes followed by "out"). [1/5 definitions]
clinic a place that gives medical treatment, usually to people who do not need to stay in a hospital overnight.
conservative wanting things to stay as they are; not favoring change. [2/6 definitions]
desert2 to leave behind even though it is one's duty to stay; abandon.
detain to force to stay or keep in prison. [1/2 definitions]
dwell to have one's home in; live or stay in. [1/2 definitions]
evergreen having green leaves that stay on a plant throughout the year. [1/2 definitions]
exist to stay alive; live. [1/3 definitions]
fasten to close firmly or cause to stay closed with a lock, buttons, or other fastener. [1/3 definitions]
fire station a place where firefighters stay and where fire trucks and things to fight fires are kept.
flock1 a group of animals or birds of one kind that stay or are kept together, such as geese or sheep. [1/3 definitions]
grow to stay alive and healthy. [1/5 definitions]
hold tight to stay and wait for further information or events.
hover to stay hanging in the air, often by quick flapping or spinning. [2 definitions]
hug to stay close to while moving beside or on. [1/4 definitions]
hygiene the practice of keeping clean to stay healthy and prevent disease.
keep one's balance to stay steady and upright.
keep one's chin up to stay hopeful; not lose hope.