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biscuit the British word for a small, thin, sweet cake baked from stiff dough. Biscuit often has the same meaning as cookie. [1/3 definitions]
board a flat piece of wood, cardboard, or other stiff material, used for a specific purpose. [1/8 definitions]
bolt upright in a stiff, highly alert position.
box1 a container made of stiff material that usually has four rectangular sides, a bottom, and a lid. [1/5 definitions]
bristle a short, stiff hair on an animal. [2/4 definitions]
brush1 a tool made of stiff hairs or bristles that have been fastened to a handle. A brush is used for grooming, painting, or scrubbing. [1/6 definitions]
buck2 of an animal, to leap off the ground and come down with stiff front legs. [1/3 definitions]
cardboard a stiff material made of layers of paper and used to make things like boxes and signs.
cartilage a tough, white tissue that forms part of the skeleton of humans and other animals. Cartilage is not as stiff as bone. Cartilage is found in the ear, nose, and joints.
cast a thick, stiff covering for a broken bone, made of cloth and fiberglass or plaster. [1/11 definitions]
clay moist, stiff earth that is used for making brick, pottery, and tile.
cookie a small, sweet, flat or ball-shaped cake baked from stiff dough.
formal proper or socially correct, sometimes to the point of being cold; stiff. [1/5 definitions]
goldenrod a plant with small, yellow flowers on top of tall, stiff stems. It blooms in late summer or early fall.
inflexible not able to be bent, or not easy to bend; stiff. [1/3 definitions]
limp2 not stiff or firm.
pin a small, stiff wire with a sharp point and usually a flat head. Pins are used to fasten or attach cloth, paper, or other materials. [1/6 definitions]
quill a large, stiff feather. [1/3 definitions]
relax to make looser or less stiff. [1/4 definitions]
rigid difficult or impossible to bend; stiff. [1/2 definitions]
ruff a high, round, stiff collar worn by men and women in the 1500s and 1600s. [1/2 definitions]