from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Stole.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An obsolete preterit of steal.


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  • Stalin, she says, got his name from the word stal, which means “steel,” because he was as strong as steel.

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  • Dzhugashvili selected the Russian word for ` steel, 'stal', as the root of his revolutionary name, the - in and - ov (- off, - ev) suffixes of Russian surnames being only surname indicators.

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  • To try to use sexism to stal an election is ridiculous.

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  • Two of the officials turned toward the public address announcer and smiled supportively when he pronounced the center's last name correctly during introductions - it's KIK'-een-stal'-yun-sy-ems.

  • M. stal sie moim Przyjacielem w nie wiem, ktorym momencie tak naprawde. tylko On tak rozsmiesza, tylko On tak pociesza, tylko On tak slucha.


  • Takmer preto, že Dawkins zavádza pojem, ktorý sa stal základom nášho informačného lexikón veku: meme. »2007» July

  • Od stal nierdzewna ciało dowód krystaliczny tarcza, Replika replica Chanel hand bags właśnie przedrzeźniać the istny Rolex zegarek przy swój pełny.

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  • She said hospital administrators were appealing to nurses to maintain a skeleton stal patients.

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  • If she did, he might stal: t questioning why she had felt the need to lie and protect herself in the first place.

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  • Realizing that the Convention was in peril, he sought out Madison, and found, to his surprise, that this Virginia stal - wart was in favour of naming a time limit after which the importation of slaves would be out - lawed, suggesting 1800 as an acceptable date.



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