Definition of Stooled

1. stool [v] - See also: stool



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stooled

stooker
stookers
stookie
stookies
stooking
stooks
stool-ball
stool pigeon
stool pigeons
stool softener
stool softeners
stool test
stoolball
stoole
stooled (current term)
stooles
stoolie
stoolies
stooling
stoolpigeon
stools
stooly
stoop
stoop and roop
stoop ball
stoop to
stoopball
stoope

Literary usage of Stooled

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1. Pellagra by Henry Fauntleroy Harris (1919)
"54 stooled and produced ears on the stools. Now plants in No. 54 that did not usually stool produced two good ears of corn. When we take plants from Ear No. ..."

2. Bulletin (1913)
"Properly well stooled stubble showing three or four straws to the st-. ... As such wheat- sick areas and normal areas coalesce, and as stooled and poorly ..."

3. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Division of Plant Industry, Queensland (1911)
"This was about the best row in the breeding pint; the plants stooled freely, ... This was a fairly good row; the stalks were small and the plants stooled ..."

4. Glossary of Words in Use in Cornwall by Margaret Ann Courtney, Thomas Quiller Couch (1880)
"stooled [stoo-hl], adj. applied to a tree that has been reduced to & stump. ' " A stooled stick" is used in opposition to maiden-timber, which has never ..."

5. Journal by California Legislature (1905)
"The Winter Rye was planted in the spring and stooled well, although very little of it ... It stooled well, made good growth, and produced abundant fodder. ..."

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