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steward one who manages or supervises money or property belonging to another or others; agent. [5 definitions]
stewardess a female attendant on a plane, ship, or train.
stewed cooked by simmering or boiling slowly.
stew in one's own juice to suffer the consequences of one's own actions.
stewpan a pan in which to stew food.
St. George's the capital of Grenada.
sthenic of a sturdy and muscular build.
stich a single line or verse, esp. of poetry.
stichomythia in ancient Greek drama, a dialogue between two characters usu. speaking alternating lines of verse.
stick1 a relatively long and thin piece of wood, esp. a stem or branch from a tree or shrub. [4 definitions]
stick2 to pierce or poke with a pointed object; stab. [19 definitions]
stick around (informal) to stay; not leave (often fol. by "for").
stickball a form of baseball played as on city streets using a rubber ball and a stick or broom handle.
stick by to remain loyal to.
sticker a paper label, patch, or sign with adhesive on the back side. [2 definitions]
sticker price the retail price designated by the manufacturer, as for a new automobile, which is customarily discounted before sale.
stick figure a conventional, rudimentary representation of a human figure drawn using a single straight line for the torso, straight lines for the limbs, and a circle for the head.
sticking point a position or point beyond which someone or something will not move. [2 definitions]
stick in one's craw to be unacceptable or intolerable.
stick-in-the-mud (informal) one who rejects or resists changes in activity or thinking.
stickle to argue stubbornly, esp. over trivial matters. [2 definitions]