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Stood

stʊd

Meanings of Stood:

verb

Have or maintain an upright position, supported by one's feet.

Usage examples:

Lionel stood in the doorway
noun

An attitude towards a particular issue; a position taken in an argument.

Usage examples:

The party's tough stand on immigration

Past simple and past participle of stand

Meanings of Stooge:

noun

A subordinate used by another to do unpleasant routine work.

Usage examples:

Party stooges put there to do a job on behalf of central office
verb

Move about aimlessly; drift or cruise.

Usage examples:

She stooged around in the bathroom for a while

Stooged

stuːdʒ

Meanings of Stooged:

verb

Move about aimlessly; drift or cruise.

Usage examples:

She stooged around in the bathroom for a while
noun

A subordinate used by another to do unpleasant routine work.

Usage examples:

Party stooges put there to do a job on behalf of central office

Stooges

stuːdʒ

Meanings of Stooges:

noun

A subordinate used by another to do unpleasant routine work.

Usage examples:

Party stooges put there to do a job on behalf of central office
verb

Move about aimlessly; drift or cruise.

Usage examples:

She stooged around in the bathroom for a while

Stooging

stuːdʒ

Meanings of Stooging:

verb

Move about aimlessly; drift or cruise.

Usage examples:

She stooged around in the bathroom for a while
noun

A subordinate used by another to do unpleasant routine work.

Usage examples:

Party stooges put there to do a job on behalf of central office

Stook

stʊk

Meanings of Stook:

noun

A group of sheaves of grain stood on end in a field.

Usage examples:

I'd rather believe my whisky came from barley sheaves standing in stooks in glens of tranquillity t…
verb

Arrange (sheaves) in stooks.

Usage examples:

The sheaves were stooked by hand

Stooked

stʊk

Meanings of Stooked:

verb

Arrange (sheaves) in stooks.

Usage examples:

The sheaves were stooked by hand
noun

A group of sheaves of grain stood on end in a field.

Usage examples:

I'd rather believe my whisky came from barley sheaves standing in stooks in glens of tranquillity t…

Meanings of Stooking:

verb

Arrange (sheaves) in stooks.

Usage examples:

The sheaves were stooked by hand
noun

A group of sheaves of grain stood on end in a field.

Usage examples:

I'd rather believe my whisky came from barley sheaves standing in stooks in glens of tranquillity t…

Meanings of Stooks:

noun

A group of sheaves of grain stood on end in a field.

Usage examples:

I'd rather believe my whisky came from barley sheaves standing in stooks in glens of tranquillity t…
verb

Arrange (sheaves) in stooks.

Usage examples:

The sheaves were stooked by hand

Meanings of Stool:

noun

A seat without a back or arms, typically resting on three or four legs or on a single pedestal.

Usage examples:

I nodded and took a seat on the single stool behind the counter.
verb

(of a plant) throw up shoots from the root.

Usage examples:

After another display next winter, they should be stooled - cut right back to within 150 mm of the …

Stool-pigeon

ˈstuːl ˌpɪdʒ.ən

Meanings of Stool-pigeon:

noun

A person, often a criminal, who gives information in secret to the police so that they can catch other criminals

Stoolball

ˈstuːlbɔːl

Meanings of Stoolball:

noun

(in the uk) a team game resembling cricket, with a board (originally a stool) as a wicket, played chiefly by women and girls.

Usage examples:

The earliest known reference to stoolball is in a 1330 poem by william pagula, who recommended to p…

Meanings of Stooled:

verb

(of a plant) throw up shoots from the root.

Usage examples:

After another display next winter, they should be stooled - cut right back to within 150 mm of the …
noun

A seat without a back or arms, typically resting on three or four legs or on a single pedestal.

Usage examples:

I nodded and took a seat on the single stool behind the counter.

Stoolie

ˈstuːli

Meanings of Stoolie:

noun

Short for stool pigeon.

Stoolies

ˈstuːli

Meanings of Stoolies:

noun

Short for stool pigeon.

Stools

stuːl

Meanings of Stools:

noun

A seat without a back or arms, typically resting on three or four legs or on a single pedestal.

Usage examples:

I nodded and took a seat on the single stool behind the counter.
verb

(of a plant) throw up shoots from the root.

Usage examples:

After another display next winter, they should be stooled - cut right back to within 150 mm of the …

Stoop

stuːp

Meanings of Stoop:

verb

Bend one's head or body forwards and downwards.

Usage examples:

He stooped down and reached towards the coin
noun

A posture in which the head and shoulders are habitually bent forwards.

Usage examples:

A tall, thin man with a stoop

Stoop-to

stuːp

Meanings of Stoop-to:

phrasal verb

To lower your moral standards by doing something that is unpleasant, dishonest, or unfair

Usage examples:

I don't believe she would ever stoop to bribery or blackmail., [ + -ing verb ] he was amazed that a…

Stoopball

ˈstuːp ˌbɔːl

Meanings of Stoopball:

noun

A street game with similar rules to baseball, played by throwing a rubber ball against a stoop (= steps in front of a house, leading up to a raised flat area)

Usage examples:

As a boy he played stoop ball on the streets of brooklyn, new york.

Stooped

stuːp

Meanings of Stooped:

adjective

(of a person) having the head and shoulders habitually bent forwards.

Usage examples:

A thin, stooped figure
verb

Bend one's head or body forwards and downwards.

Usage examples:

He stooped down and reached towards the coin

Stooping

stuːp

Meanings of Stooping:

verb

Bend one's head or body forwards and downwards.

Usage examples:

He stooped down and reached towards the coin
adjective

Having head and shoulders habitually bent forwards.

Usage examples:

A thin, stooping figure

Meanings of Stoops:

verb

Bend one's head or body forwards and downwards.

Usage examples:

He stooped down and reached towards the coin
noun

A posture in which the head and shoulders are habitually bent forwards.

Usage examples:

A tall, thin man with a stoop

Meanings of Stop by:

phrasal verb

Call briefly and informally as a visitor.

Usage examples:

Would you mind if i stopped by this morning?

Meanings of Stop in:

phrasal verb

Call briefly and informally as a visitor.

Usage examples:

Would you mind if i stopped by this morning?

Meanings of Stop off:

phrasal verb

Pay a short visit en route to one's ultimate destination.

Usage examples:

I stopped off to visit him and his wife

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