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standout a person or thing that is distinctly superior to one or more others. [2 definitions]
stand out to elicit notice by being significantly different from or superior to others.
standpat (informal) having a tendency to resist change or alter one's course; conservative.
stand pat to refuse to change one's decision, policy, or opinion.
standpipe a vertical water pipe, either within a building or without, that is filled to a certain pressure in order to allow water to flow at various valves.
standpoint the outlook, opinion, and attitudes that determine how one views, understands, and evaluates things; perspective or point of view.
standstill a complete stop; halt.
stand-up done in or requiring a standing position. [4 definitions]
stand up to move your body into a standing position.
Stanford-Binet test an intelligence test that is a revision of the Binet-Simon scale.
stanhope a light open carriage with one seat and two or four wheels, drawn by one horse.
Stanislaus a sixty-five mile long river in California. [2 definitions]
stank a past tense of stink.
Stanley Kubrick U.S. filmmaker (b.1928--d.1999).
stannic of or containing tin, esp. when tetravalent.
stannous of or containing tin, esp. when bivalent.
stanza a group of related lines in a poem that are separated typographically from other similar groups and that often have a regular meter and rhyme scheme.
stapes the innermost of three tiny bones found in the middle ear of mammals; stirrup. (See incus, malleus.)
staph staphylococcus.
staphylococcus any of various spherical bacteria that occur in clusters and can cause boils, abscesses, and other infections in humans.
staple1 a short, thin, U-shaped piece of stiff wire designed to be pushed through several sheets of paper or the like and then bent inward to serve as a fastener. [3 definitions]