- n. Plural form of stile.
“The forms of courtship as the word stiles it, do not subsist between the young folks, but I am satisfied that both are fixed, provided your consent may one day be obtained.”
“Near the stiles were the neighbors 'children, and around the barn was gathered every darky on the place, while behind the hedge and peeping through it were the Major and the General, the one chuckling, the other smiling indulgently.”
“The panels - the broad rectangles on the door face - are surrounded by vertical strips called stiles, and horizontal strips called rails.”
“The upright, outside pieces are called the "stiles," the horizontal pieces the "rails.”
“For a while I would like what cannot be, to travel with you the red-brown country-roads fragrant with hay, to cross the stiles and knock upon the cabin doors, and enter where sorrow and where gladness is, big with greeting and sure of welcome.”
“All Replies from DA Yooper wrote 2 weeks 1 day ago both stiles pond and oconto river are safe to drive on. both bodys of water are in the oconto falls WI area”
“Especially since none of it was on flat ground (and did I mention there were 71 stiles?).”
“Until you have climbed over 71 of them (they're marked on the map and I just counted). 71 is a lot of stiles.”
“I would love to see Matt Damon back, he plays that role so good and would definitely like to stiles back and they hook up or Landy … ..”
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