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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]
stipulate to specify or arrange as a condition of an agreement. [3 definitions]
stipulation the act of stipulating. [2 definitions]
stipule either of a pair of small, leaflike parts at the base of a leaf in plants such as the bean, pea, or rose.
stir1 to agitate or mix (a liquid) by making circular motions with a hand or object. [10 definitions]
stir2 (slang) prison.
stir-fry to cook (thinly sliced or diced vegetables, meat, or fish) in a small amount of oil over high heat while stirring constantly.
Stirling engine an external-combustion engine in which the fuel ignited outside the cylinder releases heat that is transferred into the cylinder to a pressurized gas, which moves the pistons.
stirring rousing; moving. [2 definitions]
stirrup a flat-bottomed loop or ring of metal, wood, or leather hung from each side of a saddle and used to support the rider's foot in mounting and riding. [2 definitions]
stirrup bone one of the three bones of the middle ear; stapes.
stirrup cup a farewell drink, esp. for a mounted rider about to depart.
stir up to cause excitement or agitation in (a person or group); ignite. [2 definitions]
stitch one movement of a threaded needle through cloth or other material being sewn. [7 definitions]
stitchery any sort of needlework, or the art of producing it.
St. John's the capital of Antigua and Barbuda.