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small, smaller, smallest.adjectives
being below the average in size or magnitude; limited in importance or significance; trivial (a small matter); limited in degree or scope (small farm operations); lacking.position, influence or status; minor; unpretentious; modest (made a small living doing it for awhile; helped the cause in my own small way); not fully grown; very young; narrow in outlook; petty (a small mind); belittled (having been belittled by a bully, he felt small); humiliated (their invective.comments made me feel small)
in small pieces (cut the vegetables up small for the toddlers)
something smaller than the rest (the small of the back); small things considered as a group (small items for sale)

stamp, stamped, stamping, stamps.verbs
transitive verb use.to forcibly bring down the foot; to extinguish or destroy by or as if by trampling underfoot (stamped on the annoying ants; stamp out a fire); to crush or grind with a heavy instrument (stamp ore); to form or cut out by application of a mold, form or die; to imprint or impress with a mark, design or seal; to affix a postage stamp to
intransitive verb use.to thrust the foot forcibly downward; to walk with forcible, heavy steps; stomp
the act of stamping; an implement or a device used to impress, cut out or shape something; an impression or a shape formed by such an implement or device; a mark, design or seal that indicatesownership, approval, completion or payment of a tax; an identifying or characterizing mark or impression (the work of Nassim Haramein bears the stamp of genius)

stomp, stomped, stomping, stompsscrabble
transitive verb use.to tread or trample heavily on
intransitive verb use.to tread or trample heavily
a dance involving a rhythmical, heavy step; the jazz music for this dance

stray, strayed, straying, strays.intransitive verbs
to move away from a group, deviate from the correct course or go beyond established.limits; to become lost; to wander about without a destination or purpose; roam
one that has strayed, especially a domestic animal, such as a dog, wandering about
straying or having strayed; wandering or lost (stray cats and dogs)

scrabble, scrabbled, scrabbling, scrabbles.verbs
intransitive verb use.to scrape or grope about frenetically with the hands; to struggle by or as if by scraping or groping; to climb with scrambling, disorderly.haste; clamber; to make hasty, disordered markings; scribble
transitive verb use.to make or obtain by scraping together hastily
the act or an instance of scrabbling; a scribble; a doodle

scribble, scribbled, scribbling, scribbles.verbs
transitive verb use.to write hurriedly without heed to legibility or style; to cover with scribbles, doodles or seemingly.meaningless marks
intransitive verb use.to write or draw in a hurried, careless way
careless, hurried writing or printing; marks and lines that don't seem to mean anything
one who scribbles; a book of cheap blank paper pages that one can waste on scribbling

scramble, scrambled, scrambling, scrambles.verbs
intransitive verb use.to move or climb hurriedly (she scrambled out the door with all here paraphernalia to catch the bus on time); to struggle or contend.franticly.in order to get something done (scrambled for the best seats at the concert)
transitive verb use.to mix or throw together haphazardly; to gather together in a hurried or disorderly fashion (mixed up a meal that looked like a scramble, but it tasted good); to cook beaten eggs until firm but with a soft consistency (scrambled eggs); in electronics, to distort or garble a signal so as to render it unintelligible without a special receiver
the act or an instance of scrambling
an electronic device that scrambles telecommunication signals to make them unintelligible to anyone without a special receiver

saunter, sauntered, sauntering, saunters.intransitive verbs
to walk at a leisurely.pace; stroll
a leisurely pace; a leisurely walk or stroll

stroll, strolled, strolling, strolls.verbs
intransitive verb use.to go for a leisurely walk (stroll in the park)
transitive verb use.to walk along or through at a leisurely pace (stroll the beach)
a leisurely walk

a long, straight, narrow cut or opening (the cat watched us leave through a slit in the curtains)
slit, slitting, slits.transitive verbs
to make a slit or slits in; to cut lengthwise into strips; split 

a long, narrow strip of pliant.material such as leather. b. Such a strip equipped with a buckle or similar.fastener for binding or securing.objects; a thin, flat metal or plastic band.used for fastening or clamping objects together or into position; a strip of leather used in cruel past times for flogging
strap, strapped, strapping, straps.transitive verbs
to fasten or secure with a strap; to beat with a strap

a long narrow piece, usually of uniform width (a strip of paper);  long narrow region of land or body of water; a comic strip; an airstrip; an area such as along a busy street or highway, that is lined with a great number and variety of commercial.establishments
strip, stripped, stripping, strips.transitive verbs
to cut or tear into strips (the teacher asked the kids to use scissors to cut strips of paper to put on the display they were all making)

strip, stripped, stripping, strips.verbs
transitive verb use.to remove clothing or covering from; to clear of a natural covering or growth; make bare (strip a field of potatoes and/or other produce); to remove an exterior coating from something, as of paint or varnish (stripped and refinished the old chest of drawers); to remove the leaves from the stalks of; to damage or break the threads of a screw for example or the teeth of a gear
intransitive verb use.to undress completely; to perform a striptease
a striptease
a performance in which an individual slowly removes clothing, usually to musical accompaniment

strip-mine, strip-mined, strip-mining, strip-mines.verbs
transitive verb use.to mine.ore, for example, from a strip mine
to subject land to strip mining (they strip-mine the land by mining near the earth's surface using machines to scrape soil or rock away from mineral.deposits just under the Earth's surface)
intransitive verb use.to engage in strip mining
strip mine.noun,.plural.strip mines
strip miner.noun,.plural.strip miners
one who uses mostly heavy equipment to extract ore from what's called a strip mine

stir, stirred, stirring, stirs.verbs
transitive verb use.to pass an implement, such as a spoon, through a liquid for example, in circular.motions so as to mix or cool the contents (stir a cup of coffee; stirred the soup she made before tasting it); to mix together the ingredients of before cooking or use (stirred the paint); to rouse as from indifference and prompt to action; provoke; to excite strong feelings in
intransitive verb use.to change position slightly (the dog stirred in its sleep)
a stirring or mixing movement; a disturbance or commotion
stir up.phrasal verb
if something stirs up dust or stirs up mud in water, it causes it to rise up and move around; excite (stir up public opinion); agitate; arouse; disturb
nervous and upset because you feel trapped in a place (I'm going to go stir-crazy if I don't get out of this house); distraught or restless from long confinement as having to be indoors due to cold winter weather

the faculty or act of speaking; expressing or describing thoughts, feelings or perceptions by the articulation of words; something spoken; an utterance; vocal.communication; conversation; a speech is a talk or public address, such as...; the language or dialect of a nation or region, such as American speech
lacking the faculty of speech; dumb; not knowing what to say at the moment
speechlessness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)