Word of the Day
aptitude aptitude
/ˈæp tə ˌtud /

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  • staunch staunch  /ˈstɔntʃ/ ?  firm and dependable especially in loyalty

    staunch meaning(s) 

    1. (adj) firm and dependable especially in loyalty
    2. (v) stop the flow of a liquid

    Synonym(s)

    staunch usage(s)

    1. He was a staunch follower of the self styled great leader, till they showed him the dark deeds of the impostor.
    2. Even the staunchest believers of nuclear power are having second thoughts after the Fukushima meltdown.
  • staunchly staunchly  /ˈstɔntʃ li/ ?  in a staunch manner
  • staunchness staunchness  loyalty in the face of trouble and difficulty
  • staurikosaur staurikosaur  primitive dinosaur found in Brazil
  • staurikosaurus staurikosaurus  primitive dinosaur found in Brazil
  • stavanger stavanger  a port city in southwestern Norway; center for shipbuilding industry
  • stave stave  /ˈsteɪv/ ?  (music) the system of five horizontal lines on which the musical notes are…
  • stave in stave in  break in the staves (of)
  • stave off stave off  prevent the occurrence of; prevent from happening
  • stave wood stave wood  large tree of Australasia
  • stay stay  /ˈsteɪ/ ?  continuing or remaining in a place or state
  • stay at stay at  reside temporarily
  • stay away stay away  stay clear of, avoid
  • stay fresh stay fresh  fail to spoil or rot
  • stay in place stay in place  be stationary
  • stay of execution stay of execution  an order whereby a judgment is precluded from being executed for…
  • stay off stay off  refrain from entering or walking onto
  • stay on stay on  continue in a place, position, or situation
  • stay over stay over  stay overnight
  • stay put stay put  stay put (in a certain place)
  • stay together stay together  be loyal to one another, especially in times of trouble
  • stay up stay up  not go to bed
  • stay-at-home stay-at-home  a person who seldom goes anywhere; one not given to wandering or travel
  • stayer stayer  /ˈsteɪ ər/ ?  a person or other animal having powers of endurance or perseverance
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