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St.1 abbreviation of "Street," a public thoroughfare in a town or city, usu. bordered by sidewalks, along which vehicles travel.
St.2 abbreviation of "Saint," one who has been formally recognized and entitled by the Roman Catholic Church as having lived a holy life; one who has been canonized.
St.3 abbreviation of "State," the population of a specific area unified under a single government; nation. [2 definitions]
Sta. abbreviation of "Station." [2 definitions]
stab to pierce or wound with or as if with a pointed implement, esp. a knife. [6 definitions]
Stabat Mater a Latin hymn commemorating the sorrows of the Virgin Mary at the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. [2 definitions]
stabbing sudden and piercing, as a pain. [2 definitions]
stabile with a fixed position; stable; immobile. [3 definitions]
stability the condition or quality of being stable.
stabilization the act or process of stabilizing or the condition of being stabilized.
stabilize to make firm, steady, or stable. [3 definitions]
stabilizer one that stabilizes. [3 definitions]
stable1 fixed, firm, or steady in position; not shaky or easily moved or overturned. [4 definitions]
stable2 a building, often containing stalls, where domestic animals, esp. horses or cows, are kept and fed. [3 definitions]
stable buck (outdated; now considered offensive) a black man who works in a stable.
stable hand a person who works in and around a stable.
stablemate a horse that is stabled with another.
staccato composed of abrupt, distinct notes, sounds, or parts, as a musical passage or a burst of gunfire. [5 definitions]
stack a large conical or rectangular heap of hay, straw, or grain. [9 definitions]
stackable combined form of stack.
stacked heel a shoe heel that is composed of several layers of material such as leather, often in alternating shades.