Part of speech:
Any of numerous slow-moving phasmid insects, chiefly of the family Phasmatidae, having a slender brown or green body that resembles a stick or twig.
A stick used as a support in walking
A long, relatively slender, generally rounded piece of wood or other material.
The area regularly covered by a reporter, a police officer, or a sentry:
Any of a genus (Betula) of trees and shrubs of the birch family, having smooth bark easily peeled off in thin sheets, and hard, closegrained wood: found in northern climates
The barrel of a pump
A flat stick or ruler used for punishing children
A walking stick or switch made from such wood.
A successful or popular venture:
A thrusting weapon with a long wooden shaft and a sharp metal head.
A walking stick tipped with a metal spike.
An amount of smoking material, such as tobacco, needed to fill the bowl of a pipe; a pipeful.
A switch or cane made from these palms.
A scepter, staff, or wand symbolizing power or authority.
A source of widespread dreadful affliction and devastation such as that caused by pestilence or war.
Any of a genus (Sorghum) of tropical grasses that have solid stems bearing large panicles of spikelets with numerous small, glossy grains: grown for grain, syrup, fodder, etc.
The main, often long or slender part of a plant that usually grows upward above the ground and supports other parts, such as branches and leaves. Plants have evolved a number of tissue arrangements in the stem. Seedless vascular plants (such as mosses and ferns) have primary vascular tissue in an inner core, a cylindrical ring, or individual strands scattered amid the ground tissue. In eudicots, magnoliids, and conifers, the stem develops a continuous cylindrical layer or a ring of separate bundles of vascular tissue (including secondary vascular tissue) embedded in the ground tissue. In monocots and some herbaceous eudicots, individual strands of primary vascular tissue are scattered in the ground tissue.
An attack, especially a military air attack on a single group of targets.
A sweet crystalline or powdered substance, white when pure, consisting of sucrose obtained mainly from sugar cane and sugar beets and used in many foods, drinks, and medicines to improve their taste.
An officer of a political party, as in Congress or Parliament, who maintains discipline and enforces attendance
Any similar slat, bar, rung, stay, etc.
To scold or denounce severely
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