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stitchery any sort of needlework, or the art of producing it.
St. John's the capital of Antigua and Barbuda.
stoat the European ermine, esp. when in its brown summer coat.
stochastic of, or arising from chance or probability. [2 definitions]
stock a supply available for use; store. [17 definitions]
stockade a barrier for defense that is made of upright stakes or timbers. [3 definitions]
stockbroker an agent who buys and sells stocks and shares on behalf of others.
stock car a standard model of automobile modified for racing. [2 definitions]
stock company a corporation whose capital is divided into shares of stock. [2 definitions]
stock exchange a place where stocks and other securities are bought and sold. [2 definitions]
stockfish fish, such as cod or haddock, cured by being split and hung in the air to dry without salt.
stockholder one who owns stock in a corporation.
Stockholm the capital of Sweden.
stockinette a type of machine-knit elastic fabric used for close-fitting garments such as underwear. [2 definitions]
stocking a close-fitting knit covering for the foot and some part of the leg, often transparent or very sheer.
stocking cap a long, knitted winter cap, usu. with a tassel or pompom at the end.
stock in trade one or more resources, methods, or customary operations specific to a person or group. [2 definitions]
stock keeping unit a number that is given to a specific product in a store. The number is on a small label on the product. People use stock keeping units to keep track of inventory.
stockman a man who owns or raises livestock. [2 definitions]
stock market a market where stocks and bonds are bought and sold; stock exchange. [3 definitions]
stock option a right to buy or sell a certain amount of stock in a company within a specific period of time at a specific price.