Part of speech:
A small cylindrical or tapered pin, as of wood, used to fasten things or plug a hole.
(--- Nautical) A thole pin.
The state or quality of being viscous
A flailing or lashing, as with a slender rod:
(Mormon Church) A territorial division consisting of a group of wards under the jurisdiction of a president.
The definition of a staff is a long stick used for walking or a group of workers.
A thrust, as with a knife or dagger
The definition of a goad is a stick with a pointed or electrically charged end that is used to move animals, or is something that urges someone to do something.
A short, thick stick or club
(--- Obs.) A wooden club
An area of specialized skill or knowledge, especially academic or vocational, that is related to but separate from other areas:
The definition of a twig is a small branch on a tree.
A necessary course of action
Personal reputation or status:
A statute or regulation governing the court process:
Any stout club, stick, or cudgel
Any stem or stemlike part, as a slender rod, shaft, or support
A slender supporting member of an individual part of a plant such as a flower or a leaf; also, by analogy, the shaft of a feather.
Something suggestive of a spear or arrow in appearance or configuration, as:
Something resembling the flower of a plant:
(Intransitive) To be consistent or coherent; to be in accordance; to agree.
To keep up in a race or contest:
Deposit is defined as to place, entrust, put, lay or set down for safekeeping or payment.
Lodge is defined as to provide or rent a cottage or resort space, to be stuck or caught, or to store something.
(Intransitive) To exert a binding or restraining influence.
To be connected naturally or logically, as by a common principle; be consistent
To adhere; cling (to)
To adhere to an object, without being affixed, in such a way as to follow its contours. Used especially of fabrics and films.
To prick or wound with a sting
Dumbfound is defined as to amaze someone, or to make someone speechless because of shock.
To affect with great wonder; astonish.
To stupefy is to astonish, shock or make someone unable to think or respond clearly.
To confuse hopelessly, as by something complicated or involved; befuddle; puzzle
To pose is defined as to get into a certain position or to pretend to be someone.
Beat means to hit something over and over again or to form or mix something.
To confuse so as to keep from understanding or solving; puzzle; confound
To puzzle or perplex
To puzzle is defined as to confuse.
To be successful in coming or going:
To give trouble to, esp. in a petty or nagging way; disturb, annoy, irritate, etc.
(Theater) To place (a scene) in a given locale
To cause to be in a certain position or place; place; set
To put in or as if in a particular place or position; set.
(Games) To place (a bet); wager.
Transfix is to pierce with something pointed, or to cause someone to become motionless as they concentrate on someone or something either in a good way or a bad way.
To stall is to delay or put off doing something, when an engine stops running or when a project or progress is stopped.
To continue in the same state or condition:
To follow up vigorously; promote (a campaign, claim, etc.)
To send out into space; cast:
To penetrate is to pass into or through something.
Paste is defined as to cover or fasten together.
To stick out; project
To put or introduce into the body of something; interpolate:
(Intransitive) To stop or pause respecting decision or action; to be in suspense or uncertainty as to a determination.
To cause something to adhere closely to; to follow attentively.
To violate rules deliberately, as in a game:
To join or unite with or as with cement
(Mil.) To join (troops, a unit, etc.) temporarily to some other unit
Affix means to create an addition to something.
To continue in existence; endure:
To cause to feel sharp pain in
To hold in a tight embrace.
(Figuratively) To hold fast; to cling to; to cherish.
To stop the movement or progress of:
To put or bring together so as to make one; combine or join into a whole
To hold, fix, or direct (the attention, gaze, etc.) steadily on something
(Slang) To take (drugs) illegally:
To waste time; dawdle
To defeat soundly:
(Informal) To take advantage of by cheating, sponging, etc.
To injure or kill.
Swindle is to use deception, lies or fraudulent is defined as to trick someone or to obtain something that is not yours.
To swindle; cheat:
To take something from (another) by means of unseemly or deceptive methods.
To deceive or cheat.
To take something from by fraud; swindle:
Bilk is defined as to swindle or get out of paying.
To give or cause (pain, wounds, etc.) by or as by striking; cause to be borne
To offer or circulate fraudulently; pass off:
To confound is defined as to confuse someone, defeat an enemy or foil a plan.
(Informal, Dial.) To prepare or intend
To get (something required), usually quickly or for a brief period:
To fall or drop to a lower level, especially to go down slowly or in stages:
To pass over or through:
To strike against with great force; drive into
To fall rapidly:
(Informal) To work or study hard
Marijuana, especially a marijuana cigarette.
Any straight, or almost straight, stick, shaft, bar, staff, etc., of wood, metal, or other material
To remove from office; discharge
To do away with; eliminate:
Refuse is defined as to reject or to decide to not do something.
To banish from one's thoughts:
To make looser or less tight:
To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
(Telephony, abbreviation) An answering machine or, by extension, voice mail.
(Of a river) To have its source (in a particular place).
To perform for an audience:
To influence or alter.
To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
To stir the emotions:
(--- Informal) The latest fad or fashion:
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