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stab to pierce or wound with or as if with a pointed implement, esp. a knife. [6 definitions]
Stabat Mater a Latin hymn commemorating the sorrows of the Virgin Mary at the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. [2 definitions]
stabbing sudden and piercing, as a pain. [2 definitions]
stabile with a fixed position; stable; immobile. [3 definitions]
stability the condition or quality of being stable.
stabilization the act or process of stabilizing or the condition of being stabilized.
stabilize to make firm, steady, or stable. [3 definitions]
stabilizer one that stabilizes. [3 definitions]
stable1 fixed, firm, or steady in position; not shaky or easily moved or overturned. [4 definitions]
stable2 a building, often containing stalls, where domestic animals, esp. horses or cows, are kept and fed. [3 definitions]
stable buck (outdated; now considered offensive) a black man who works in a stable.
stable hand a person who works in and around a stable.
stablemate a horse that is stabled with another.
stab (someone) in the back to betray (a person who trusted one).
staccato composed of abrupt, distinct notes, sounds, or parts, as a musical passage or a burst of gunfire. [6 definitions]
stack a large conical or rectangular heap of hay, straw, or grain. [9 definitions]
stackable combined form of stack.
stacked heel a shoe heel that is composed of several layers of material such as leather, often in alternating shades.
stackup a situation in which several airplanes must circle an airport at different altitudes while waiting to land.
stadium an enclosed, often roofless structure containing a sports field or arena and tiers of seats for spectators.
staff1 a pole or rod often used as an aid in walking or hiking; walking stick. [9 definitions]