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stone-blind thoroughly and completely blind. (Cf. sand-blind, gravel-blind.)
stonecrop any of various perennial plants of the sedum family, esp. a mosslike plant that bears small yellow flowers and is often found growing on rocks and walls.
stonecutter a person or machine that cuts or dresses stone.
stoned (informal) drunk. [2 definitions]
stone-deaf thoroughly and completely deaf.
stonefly any of numerous winged insects whose larvae live under rocks in streams and are often used as fishing bait.
Stonehenge a large circle of prehistoric megaliths in southern England.
stonemason a person who prepares stone for, and uses stone in, building.
stone's throw a short distance, comparable to the distance that a stone may be thrown.
stonewall to block or hinder someone or some process, as by delaying, stalling, or withholding cooperation. [2 definitions]
stonewalling the tactic of stalling or withholding cooperation or information in order to block, delay, or frustrate a person, group, or process.
stoneware a hard pottery made with clay having a large proportion of silica or flint.
stonework any work or construction of stone; stonemasonry. [2 definitions]
stony full of or covered with stones. [4 definitions]
stonyhearted unfeeling, pitiless, or cruel; hardhearted.
stood past tense and past participle of stand.
stooge an assistant to a comedian who gives the comedian straight lines and is often the object of the audience's laughter. [3 definitions]
stool a seat without arms or a back, supported by legs or a pedestal. [5 definitions]
stoolie (slang) a stool pigeon.
stool pigeon pigeon set out as a decoy. [2 definitions]
stoop1 to bend the body forward and downward. [7 definitions]