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Axminster carpet a type of carpet that has a stiff, ribbed jute backing and a long soft pile of cut wool.
bent2 a stiff stalk of such grass. [1/2 definitions]
biretta in the Roman Catholic and some Anglican churches, a stiff, square cap with three or four raised ridges, worn by clergymen and varying in color according to their rank.
biscuit (chiefly British) a small, thin, crisp, sweet cake baked from stiff dough. [1/4 definitions]
box1 a container made of cardboard, wood, or other stiff material, usu. rectangular and having a lid for the top. [1/9 definitions]
bristle a short, stiff hair, esp. on an animal. [2/6 definitions]
bromeliad any of several plants of the pineapple family, usu. having stiff leaves and spikes of bright flowers, and sometimes growing non-parasitically on other plants.
broomcorn a cultivated grass variety with stiff-branched flower stalks used in making brooms and brushes.
brush1 a device made of stiff hairs, such as nylon or animal hair, fastened into a handle, for grooming, painting, scrubbing, and the like. [1/8 definitions]
buck2 of a horse or similar animal, to leap off the ground and come down with stiff forelegs. [2/7 definitions]
buckram a stiff cotton fabric used esp. in the binding of books and in the lining of some clothes. [1/2 definitions]
clerical collar a stiff narrow white collar, fastened at the back of the neck, worn by certain members of the clergy.
constrained artificially stiff; awkward. [1/2 definitions]
cookie a small, sweet, flat or ball-shaped cake baked from stiff dough. [1/4 definitions]
corset a stiff, close-fitting undergarment worn to shape or support the middle part of the body. [1/2 definitions]
crinoline a stiff petticoat worn under a full skirt to make it stand out. [2/3 definitions]
emery board a small stiff strip of cardboard that has been coated with powdered emery, used as a nail file.
flying fish any of several related marine fishes with stiff, enlarged pectoral or pelvic fins that enable them to glide in the air after leaping from the water.
frenulum one of a group of stiff projections on the hind wing of some moths that join with a structure on the front wing to fasten the wings together in flight.
goldenrod any of various plants that bloom in late summer or early fall with fronds of small, usu. yellow flowers atop tall stiff stems.
goose step a marching step in which the legs are swung high and the knees kept stiff and straight.