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  • adj. Having or wearing a stole.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of steal.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having or wearing a stole.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Wearing a stole.


Sorry, no etymologies found.



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  • Sorry, I was just getting used to the site when I posted this.

    June 28, 2009

  • Dialect past tense of "steal."

    April 3, 2009

  • While here, in weeks of downpour, the humidity's so bold

    As to bless your couch with fungus, your shoes, hairy mould.

    February 19, 2009

  • After them flew the Prophets, brightly stoled

    In shining lawn and wimpled manifold,

    Striking their ivory harps, strung all in cords of gold.

    (Giles Fletcher, Christ's Victory and Triumph)

    February 19, 2009

  • The stoled stoler stole stoles?

    February 8, 2009

  • The O.E.D. defines stoled as 'wearing a stole'; stole as a verb in its own right, meanwhile, is listed with two senses, 'to provide (an altar, a church) with altar-stoles' and 'of a plant: to develop stolons'.

    February 7, 2009

  • Ewww.

    February 6, 2009

  • Gexe, what you added as a tag is really a comment. Tags are generally used for grouping words, e.g. "French", "misspelling", "technical term". If you want to say something about a word, that should go in the comment box.

    February 6, 2009

  • Why will this site not let me capitalize when adding tags?

    February 6, 2009