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Noun
A loose aggregation of small water-worn or pounded stones
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An abscess larger than a boil, usually with one or more openings draining pus onto the skin
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The broken remains of an object, usually rock or masonry
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Loose stony debris on a slope
“Annoyed, Jess kicked at a small stone on the ground.”
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The external sexual organs
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Plural for a large piece of stone formed for ceremonial purposes
“Zuma unveiled a memorial stone commemorating those who had sadly lost their lives.”
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Plural for a rock or stone used for paving or roofing
“Her foot slipped on a paving stone, wet with runoff from the fountain.”
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Plural for a precious stone, such as a gem or jewel
“A ring with a large stone can be the perfect gift for your loved one.”
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Plural for an object or material believed to have magical powers
“Most people today know this material best as the magical stone that Voldemort tried to steal from the dungeons of Hogwarts.”
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Plural for a hard seed in a fruit
“It uses a plunger to poke the stone from the cherry, but often the stone does not fully detach.”
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Plural for a chunk of a solid object
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Plural for craft of mason
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Plural for crystal
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Plural for an abrasive wheel for sharpening, polishing or grinding
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Plural for calculation
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Plural for a necklace with a pendant
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Inlays or enamel
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Plural for a large single upright block of stone, especially one shaped into or serving as a pillar or monument
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Plural for a spherical projectile fired from a cannon
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Plural for an object or feature of a landscape or town that is easily seen and recognized from a distance, especially one that enables someone to establish their location
Verb
To throw stones at
“Some of the villagers had threatened to stone her, because they sought to kill anything that was different.”
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To cause to become sharp or sharper
“Whether stoning a scythe or raking hay, Will uses the farm tools he knows like he knows his own hands.”
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To remove seed or seeds from
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To kill, usually as punishment for capital crimes
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To make someone into a martyr by putting him or her to death for adhering to
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To strike, especially with force
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To hurl projectiles or missiles at repeatedly
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To relax after a period of work or tension
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