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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]
staff2 a building material consisting of plaster and fiber used for ornamental design or as a temporary finish.
staffer a member of a staff.
staff officer a commissioned military officer who serves on a staff. [2 definitions]
staff of life bread, considered the most basic, necessary food.
staff sergeant in the U.S. military, a noncommissioned officer ranking above sergeant and, in the Army, below sergeant first class, in the Air Force, below technical sergeant, and in the Marine Corps, below gunnery sergeant.
stag a sexually mature male deer. [4 definitions]
stag beetle any of numerous large beetles, the males of which have long, antlerlike mandibles.
stage a raised platform; scaffold. [11 definitions]
stageable combined form of stage.
stagecoach a large four-wheeled vehicle drawn by a team of horses and used in the past for long-distance transportation of passengers and cargo.
stagecraft the art of, or skill in, writing or staging plays or using theatrical devices or techniques.
stage direction an instruction written into, or added to, the script of a play, directing actors' movements, scenery arrangement, and the like. [2 definitions]
stage door a back door of a theater, used by performers, the production crew, and the like.
stage fright the nervousness and anxiety some people feel when speaking or performing before an audience.
stagehand a person who moves furniture, props, scenery, and the like in a theatrical production.
stage-manage to serve as stage manager for (a theatrical production). [3 definitions]
stage manager an assistant to the director of a theatrical production, who is responsible for the technical direction and is in charge backstage during the performance.
stage-struck having an intense and sometimes naive desire to be involved in theater, esp. as an actor.