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Excalibur, Gibraltar, adamant, anneal, assessable stock, aureate, authorized capital stock, ax, bear up, beef up, bite the bullet, blade, blue chip, blue chip stock, bone, borrowed stock, brace, brace up, brass, brassy, brazen, brick, bronze, bronzy, brutalize, buck up, buttress, calcify, callous, capital stock, case harden, cement, cold steel, common stock, concrete, confirm, convertible preferred stock, copper, coppery, cornify, corporate stock, cumulative preferred stock, cupreous, cuprous, cutlery, cutter, cyclical stock, dagger, defensive stock, deferred stock, diamond, dirk, edge tools, eighth stock, equities, equity, equity security, fancies, ferrous, ferruginous, firm, flint, floating stock, fortify, fossilize, gilt, gird, glamour issue, gold, gold-filled, gold-plated, golden, granite, growth stock, guaranteed stock, harden, heart of oak, high-flier, horse, hot issue, hypothecated stock, inactive stock, income stock, indurate, insulate, inure, invigorate, iron, ironlike, issued capital stock, knife, lapidify, lead, leaden, letter stock, lion, lithify, loaned stock, long stock, marble, mercurial, mercurous, nails, naked steel, nerve, nickel, nickelic, nickeline, nonassessable stock, nonvoting stock, oak, ordinary shares, ossify, ox, pale blue chip, participating preferred stock, penny stock, petrify, pewter, pewtery, pigsticker, point, preference stock, preferred stock, prepare, prop, protect, protective stock, puncturer, quarter stock, quicksilver, rails, rally, ready, refresh, reinforce, reinvigorate, restrengthen, reverse split, rock, seasoned stock, share ledger, shares, sharpener, shore up, short stock, silver, silver-plated, silvery, special situation stock, specialty stock, speculative stock, split, standard stock, steels, steely, stiffen, stiletto, stock, stock ledger, stock list, stock split, stocks, stone, strengthen, support, sustain, sword, temper, ten-share unit stock, tin, tinny, toad sticker, toughen, treasury stock, trusty sword, undergird, unissued capital stock, unmeasurable, utilities, vitrify, voting stock, whittle

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  • Steel — (st[=e]l), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Steeled} (st[=e]ld); p. pr. & vb. n. {Steeling}.] [AS. st[=y]lan: cf. Icel. st[ae]la. See {Steel}, n.] 1. To overlay, point, or edge with steel; as, to steel a razor; to steel an ax. [1913 Webster] 2. Fig.: To make …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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