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algebra a form of elementary mathematics, used esp. in solving equations, in which letters stand for unknown or variable quantities. [1/2 definitions]
bail1 an amount of money or other property left with a court to ensure that a person who is released after arrest will return to stand trial. [1/5 definitions]
bier a frame or stand on which a corpse, sometimes in a coffin, is laid prior to burial.
binnacle the nonmagnetic stand or case that supports or encloses a ship's compass.
bookstall a stall or stand at which books are sold, esp. secondhand.
bookstand a stand on which a book can be propped open at reading height. [1/2 definitions]
bread line a line in which people stand to receive food from a charity organization or the government during hard times, or the people in such a line.
castor2 a revolving stand for condiment or spice containers, or the containers themselves; caster.
cellaret a cabinet or stand used to hold bottles of wine, liquor, or the like.
clothes tree an upright stand or pole fitted with an arrangement of hooks or pegs near the top on which clothing is hung.
console2 a cabinet, designed to stand on the floor, for a television set, phonograph, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
counter1 a high, flat surface, usu. long and narrow and with a solid or bulky base, at which people sit on stools or stand to transact business, eat, or prepare food. [1/2 definitions]
crash cymbal a cymbal that hangs freely from a stand, such that it is allowed to reverberate after being struck.
crinoline a stiff petticoat worn under a full skirt to make it stand out. [1/3 definitions]
designate to stand for, mean, or indicate. [1/5 definitions]
double to stand in for or replace something or someone. [1/19 definitions]
dressing table a stand or table, usu. with a mirror on or hung above it, at which one sits chiefly to apply makeup.
extremist a person who takes a radical stand and encourages radical action or thinking, esp. in politics. [1/3 definitions]
face to stand or be in front of. [1/11 definitions]
foothold a place just large enough to stand or tread on safely, as in mountain climbing. [1/2 definitions]
footing a foundation or firm basis on which one can stand, build, or develop. [1/4 definitions]