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aquaplane a board pulled by a speedboat and used to carry a standing rider along the surface of the water. [1/3 definitions]
at ease in the military, a standing position in which soldiers may relax but not leave formation or talk. [1/2 definitions]
bitt a strong post standing, usu. as one of a pair, on the deck of a ship, around which cables and lines are wound and caught, as in mooring. [1/3 definitions]
booby one having the lowest standing in a group. [1/3 definitions]
bowling a game in which a heavy ball is rolled along a wooden alley toward wooden pins that are standing at the far end. [1/2 definitions]
broad jump in noncompetitive sports, a jump for distance from a standing position. [1/2 definitions]
campanile a bell tower, esp. a free-standing one near another building such as a church.
chariot in ancient times, a two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle driven from a standing position. [1/3 definitions]
competitive standing a good chance of success in a competition. [1/3 definitions]
easel a free-standing frame for holding an artist's canvas, blackboard, or the like.
estate social or economic standing or rank. [1/4 definitions]
exclamation a word or phrase standing alone, such as "Wow!" or "Oh dear", used to express emotion; interjection. [1/2 definitions]
freestanding standing alone; not attached to or supported by other objects or members, as a sculpture or structure.
gentlefolk people of good family and breeding, usu. of high social standing.
gentleman a man of aristocratic birth or high social standing. [1/4 definitions]
gentlewoman a woman of aristocratic birth or high social standing. [1/3 definitions]
gentry people who come from families of high social standing. [1/2 definitions]
gondola a long, narrow boat with a flat bottom and high curved ends, controlled by a boatman standing at the stern and used on the waterways of Venice, Italy. [1/5 definitions]
gulf a large gap, as in social standing, opinions, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
hall tree a clothes tree, esp. one standing in an entrance hall.
handspring a complete somersault in which a person flips forward or backward onto the hands and ends with a springing return to the standing position.