Synonyms and related words:
Thule, Ultima Thule, addle, address, afterglow, afterimage, air brush, amaze, amble, art paper, baffle, balance, balcony, balk, bamboozle, barge, barnstorm, beat, bewilder, bit, bitter end, blast, boggle, bottom dollar, boundary, bowl along, brave, bring up short, brush, buffalo, bundle, butt, butt end, camera lucida, camera obscura, campaign, candle ends, canvas, canvass, cartel, catafalque, chaff, chalk, challenge, charcoal, checkmate, chip, chip in, chug on, chunk, circumvent, clip, clipping, clump, collop, confound, confront, confuse, contravene, contribute, cough up, counter, counteract, countermand, counterwork, crayon, cross, crumb, cut, cutting, dais, dare, dash, daze, debris, defeat, defi, defy, deliver an address, destroy, detritus, discomfit, disconcert, discountenance, discourse, dish, disrupt, dollop, donate, drag, drawing paper, drawing pencil, drier, dumbfound, easel, electioneer, elude, emplacement, end, estrade, extreme, extremity, fag end, farthest bound, filings, fixative, floor, flounce, flummox, foil, foot, footslog, fork out, fossil, fragment, frustrate, fuddle, gallery, get, give a talk, gob, gobbet, ground, halt, heliport, hippety-hop, hitch, hobble, holdover, hop, hunk, husks, hustings, jog, jog on, jolt, jump, jumping-off place, keep in suspense, knock the chocks, landing, landing pad, landing stage, launching pad, lay figure, leavings, leftovers, lick, limit, limp, lumber, lump, lunge, lurch, maulstick, maze, medium, mince, modicum, moiety, morsel, muddle, mystify, nib, nonplus, odds and ends, offscourings, orts, pace, paddle, paint, paintbrush, palette, palette knife, paring, parings, particle, pastel, pay out, pay up, peg, pencil, perplex, piaffe, piaffer, piece, pigments, platform, plod, plod along, plug, plug along, podium, point, pole, prance, pulpit, puzzle, rack, rags, rasher, refuse, relics, remainder, remains, remnant, residue, residuum, rest, ring doorbells, roach, roll, rostrum, rub on, rubbish, ruin, ruins, rump, sabotage, sashay, saunter, sawdust, schlep, scoop, scotch, scourings, scrap, scraps, scratchboard, scuff, scuffle, scuttle, shadow, shamble, shard, shaving, shavings, shell out, shiver, shred, shuffle, siccative, sidle, single-foot, sketchbook, sketchpad, skip, slice, slink, slither, sliver, slog, slouch, smithereen, snack, snatch, snip, snippet, soapbox, solicit votes, spatula, speak, speechify, spike, splinter, spoil, spray gun, stage, stagger, stalk, stamp, step terrace, stick, stitch, stomp, stonewall, stop, straddle, straggle, straw, stride, stroll, strut, stub, stubble, stumble, stump the country, stump up, stymie, survival, swagger, sweepings, swing, tag, tag end, tail, tail end, take the floor, take the stump, talk, tatter, terrace, throw, thwart, tip, tittup, toddle, totter, trace, traipse, tramp, tribunal, tribune, trip, trudge, upset, varnish, vestige, waddle, wamble, waste, whistle-stop, wiggle, wobble

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  • Stump — Мик Линч на обложке Melody Maker, 1986 …   Википедия

  • Stump — Stump, n. [OE. stumpe, stompe; akin to D. stomp, G. stumpf, Icel. stumpr, Dan. & Sw. stump, and perhaps also to E. stamp.] 1. The part of a tree or plant remaining in the earth after the stem or trunk is cut off; the stub. [1913 Webster] 2. The… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Stump — may refer to: *Stump (tree), the rooted remains of a felled tree *Stump (cricket), one of three small wooden posts which the fielding team attempt to hit with the ball *Stump, in politics, the place where a stump speech is given or an occasion… …   Wikipedia

  • stump up — To pay up, fork out • • • Main Entry: ↑stump * * * ˌstump ˈup [intransitive/transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they stump up he/she/it stumps up …   Useful english dictionary

  • Stump — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Bob Stump (1927–2003), US amerikanischer Politiker Doris Stump (* 1950), Schweizer Politikerin (SP) Gottlieb Friedrich von Stump (1791–1849), deutscher Politiker und Verwaltungsbeamter Josef Stump… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • stump — [stump] n. [ME stumpfe, prob. < or akin to MLowG stump < IE * stomb < base * steb(h) > STAMP, STAFF1] 1. the lower end of a tree or plant remaining in the ground after most of the stem or trunk has been cut off 2. anything like a… …   English World dictionary

  • Stump — Stump, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Stumped}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Stumping}.] 1. To cut off a part of; to reduce to a stump; to lop. [1913 Webster] Around the stumped top soft moss did grow. Dr. H. More. [1913 Webster] 2. To strike, as the toes, against a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stump — stump·age; stump·er; stump·ish; stump·less; stump; …   English syllables

  • stump´i|ly — stump|y «STUHM pee», adjective, stump|i|er, stump|i|est. 1. short and thick; squat and broad: »a stumpy person, a stumpy figure. 2. having many stumps: »stumpy ground …   Useful english dictionary

  • stump|y — «STUHM pee», adjective, stump|i|er, stump|i|est. 1. short and thick; squat and broad: »a stumpy person, a stumpy figure. 2. having many stumps: »stumpy ground …   Useful english dictionary

  • stump — ► NOUN 1) the part of a tree trunk left projecting from the ground after the rest has fallen or been felled. 2) a projecting remnant of something worn away or cut or broken off. 3) Cricket each of the three upright pieces of wood which form a… …   English terms dictionary

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