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stimulate to incite or rouse to activity, action, or increased action; animate. [2 definitions]
stimulation the act or process of inciting or increasing activity or action in something.
stimulus something that rouses or accelerates action, feeling, or thought. [2 definitions]
stimy variant of stymie.
sting to prick, pierce, or wound with a stinger. [9 definitions]
stinger one that stings. [3 definitions]
stingless combined form of sting.
stingray any of a variety of rays having a long whiplike tail on which is a venomous spine that can inflict severe wounds.
stingy spending or giving grudgingly or as little as possible; miserly. [2 definitions]
stink to emit or exude a strong and offensive odor. [6 definitions]
stink bomb a small bomb that gives off an offensive odor on exploding.
stink bug any of a variety of insects that give off a disagreeable odor.
stinker one that stinks. [3 definitions]
stinking bad-smelling. [2 definitions]
stinkweed any of various bad-smelling plants, such as the jimson weed or dog fennel.
stinky having a strong, unpleasant or offensive odor; bad-smelling.
stint to restrict to a certain number or amount, often stingily. [4 definitions]
stipe a stalk or stalklike structure, such as the stemlike support of the cap of a mushroom or the main stem of a fern frond.
stipend any periodic payment of money, such as a salary or allowance.
stipendiary receiving a stipend. [4 definitions]
stipple to render part or the whole of (a painting, drawing, or engraving) in dots, points, or dabs. [3 definitions]