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stocky thick, sturdy, and often short in stature; stout.
stockyard an enclosed lot for keeping livestock, usu. before they are slaughtered or shipped.
stodgy lacking imagination, liveliness, or interest; dull; colorless. [3 definitions]
stogy a long and thin, usu. cheap, cigar. [2 definitions]
stoic showing little or no reaction to painful or pleasant experiences; unmoved; impassive. [4 definitions]
stoical showing little or no emotion in reaction to painful or pleasant experiences; stoic.
stoicism the act or trait of showing little or no reaction to painful or pleasant experiences; impassiveness. [2 definitions]
stoke to add to and stir up the fuel of (a fire or furnace). [2 definitions]
stokehold the area on a ship where the furnaces or boilers are stoked; fire room.
stokehole the hole in a furnace through which the fire is stoked. [2 definitions]
stoker a person who fuels and tends to a furnace. [2 definitions]
stole1 past tense of steal.
stole2 a woman's long, scarflike garment of fur or cloth. [2 definitions]
stolen past participle of steal.
stolid neither feeling nor showing much range of emotion; impassive.
stollen a sweet yeast bread, usu. containing chopped nuts, raisins, and bits of citron.
stolon a stem growing on or just under the soil from which new leaves or plants bud. [2 definitions]
stoma any of various microscopic openings in the epidermis of a leaf or stem through which gases and water vapor are exchanged. [2 definitions]
stomach the internal, saclike organ in which the first stage of digestion occurs. [6 definitions]
stomachache pain in the stomach or abdomen.
stomacher an elaborately ornamented garment formerly worn over the stomach and chest, esp. by women.