Definitions

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  • noun Any of various repetitive actions, such as flapping the hands, wiggling the knees, shining a light into one's eye, and spinning in a chair, typically performed by autistic people.
  • verb To perform such an action.

Etymologies

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stimulation

Examples

  • We all called the stim money being used right before 2010 elections.

    Borger: Don't forget deficit in rush to create jobs

  • That is a stim-boat was carryin 'on too much stim, and the stim, which is made of coal, goes, off like gun-pow-dair if you put lights onto it.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 3, March, 1862

  • It's true that the "stim" is not a panacea, and it should have been bigger.

    ImpeachBush

  • - The president gave up the moral high ground on spending not so much with the "stim" but with the $400 billion supplemental spending bill, larded as it was with 9,000 earmarks.

    QandO

  • - The president gave up the moral high ground on spending not so much with the "stim" but with the $400 billion supplemental spending bill, larded as it was with 9,000 earmarks.

    QandO

  • The president gave up the moral high ground on spending not so much with the "stim" but with the $400 billion supplemental spending bill, larded as it was with 9,000 earmarks.

    ChronWatch - Articles

  • - The president gave up the moral high ground on spending not so much with the "stim" but with the $400 billion supplemental spending bill, larded as it was with 9,000 earmarks.

    QandO

  • - The president gave up the moral high ground on spending not so much with the "stim" but with the $400 billion supplemental spending bill, larded as it was with 9,000 earmarks.

    QandO

  • - The president gave up the moral high ground on spending not so much with the "stim" but with the $400 billion supplemental spending bill, larded as it was with 9,000 earmarks.

    QandO

  • - The president gave up the moral high ground on spending not so much with the "stim" but with the $400 billion supplemental spending bill, larded as it was with 9,000 earmarks.

    QandO

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