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  • n. A circular stool with small wheels used in libraries etc to reach high shelves; the wheels are made inoperative when a person stands on it


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  • Usually he could forewarn himself by keeping a careful eye on the kickstool crabs that grazed harmlessly on the dust.


  • Helena Justina placed her feet neatly on a kickstool, folded her hands over her girdle, then looked at me meekly and enquiringly.

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