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calm not moving; still. [1/6 definitions]
close-up a picture taken very close to someone or something to show details. Close-ups are taken in still photographs and films for television and movies.
compact1 shortened, but still containing what is most important. [1/6 definitions]
continuing still going on or happening; not over.
fawn1 a young deer, especially one that is still drinking its mother's milk.
freeze to suddenly stop moving or become still. [1/6 definitions]
fresh still good to eat or drink; not spoiled. [1/7 definitions]
gallows a high wooden frame to which one or more ropes for hanging criminals are attached. Only two states in the United States still use hanging as a form of execution.
inertia the tendency of an object that is not moving to remain still, or of an object that is moving to continue to move, unless something else moves or stops the object. [1/2 definitions]
infant young or early; still growing or developing. [1/3 definitions]
leech a kind of worm that lives in water or mud and sucks blood from animals. Leeches were once used in medicine to draw blood from people. Leaches are still sometimes used to prevent blood from clotting when reattaching fingers and toes that have been cut off.
living still in use. [1/6 definitions]
multimedia the combination of sound, still pictures, and video. [2 definitions]
nevertheless however; still.
play possum to pretend to be asleep or dead; keep very still to avoid being noticed. Opossums do this so predators will ignore them.
pond a small body of still water.
remaining left or still present after others have gone.
restless not able to relax, sit still, or stay quiet. [1/3 definitions]
run out to use up something completely even though it is still needed or desired (often followed by "of"). [1/2 definitions]
silence to make silent, calm, or still. [1/3 definitions]
standing not moving; still. [1/3 definitions]