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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.
stomachic of, relating to, or beneficial to the stomach. [2 definitions]
-stome mouth or similar opening.
-stomous having a mouth as specified.
stomp to stamp or trample heavily upon, esp. so as to smash or otherwise harm. [5 definitions]
-stomy a surgical operation that creates an artificial opening in a (specified) organ or part.
stone hard matter formed from mineral and earth material; rock. [10 definitions]
stone- completely.
Stone Age the stage or level of the development of human culture that was characterized by the use of stone tools and weapons, dating from about two million B.C. to about 3,500 B.C., and divided into the Paleolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic periods.
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.