Definition of Stimie

1. to put in an impossible situation [v STIMIED, STIMIES]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Stimie

stiltify
stiltifying
stilting
stiltings
stiltish
stilts
stiltwalker
stiltwalkers
stilty
stilyard
stilyards
stim
stime
stimed
stimes
stimie (current term)
stimied
stimies
stiming
stimmed
stimming
stims
stimulability
stimulable
stimulant
stimulant drug
stimulants
stimulate
stimulated
stimulated emission depletion microscope

Literary usage of Stimie

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1897)
"All the best players use a stimie, rather laid back, for approach-shots.' Poor Brown looked desperately at me, his glance clearly signifying ' Am I to be ..."

2. Out-door Games: Cricket & Golf by Robert Henry Lyttelton (1901)
"The man who is always trying to make a score has no grievance whatever in medal play, for in such games the stimie has been abolished. ..."

3. Hints to Golfers by Charles Stedman Hanks (1902)
"In playing a stimie, one either has to play over the other ball or around it. ... In Playing Over a stimie. (i) Use either a lofter, a mashie, ..."

4. Hints to Golfers by Charles Stedman Hanks (1902)
"In playing a stimie, one either has to play over the other ball or around it. ... In Playing Over a stimie. (i) Use either a lofter, a mashie, ..."

5. Hints to Golfers by Charles Stedman Hanks (1902)
"In playing a stimie, one either has to play over the other ball or around it. If the balls are from seven inches to a foot .-I //, there! apart and the ..."

6. Half Hours with an Old Golfer by Calamo Currente (1895)
"A foot apart—a perfect stimie laid,1 May bring new trouble ere the hole ... 1 A stimie is laid when you have the opponent's ball between you and the hole. ..."

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