Cut back (a plant) to or near ground level in order to induce new growth
A seat without a back or arms, typically resting on three or four legs or on a single pedestal
A support on which to stand in order to reach high objects
A piece of feces
A root or stump of a tree or plant from which shoots spring
A decoy bird in hunting
a simple seat without a back or arms
lure with a stool, as of wild fowl
fecal matter: solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels
react to a decoy, of wildfowl
(forestry) the stump of a tree that has been felled or headed for the production of saplings
grow shoots in the form of stools or tillers
The Ancient Egyptian Mat hieroglyph, (originally for a stool), and later the Stool hieroglyph, Gardiner sign listed no. Q3 originally was the stool's rectangular mat; later it became the representaion for the stool itself.
(Stool/s) The material evacuated with a bowel movement (faeces).
(Stooling) Cutting down to ground level to induce tightly packed new growth.
(Stooling) Section of the mullion carved in the cill and lintel
(Stooling) informing on someone
(stooling) a pruning technique where all branches are annually cut to near the ground, producing vigorous strong shoots the following season - useful for production of large leaves or flowers, and for the cultivation of root-hardy (but not top-hardy) plants.
Stools are shown in illuminated manuscripts dating back to the twelfth century, but none survive that are older than about 1500. ...
A flat molding fitted over the window sill between jambs and contacting the bottom rail of the lower sash.
An interior trim piece on a window which extends the sill and acts as a narrow shelf.
solid wastes that pass through the rectum as bowel movements. Stools are undigested foods, bacteria, mucus, and dead cells.
The waste matter discharged in a bowel movement; feces.
Inside horizontal trim member of a window sash or door panel.
The fixed circular foundation bulkhead that supports the rotating elements of the gun house.
The inside horizontal trims member at the bottom of the window from which rests on the sill. The shelf likes part that projects into the room. This is a common inside trim method used on wood double hung windows and sometimes called inside sill.
Feces; the waste matter discharged from the anus.
Cluster of cane stalks arising from germination of sugar cane setts, or the regrowth which comes from the buds remaining in the stubble after fully grown stalks are harvested. (See Sett and Ratoon).
A piece of faeces; the waste that remains after food has been digested, pushed out of the rectum when we go to the toilet.
[also Stuil]: a tree-stump or a new shoot rising from a group of stumps after cutting (also a matted bed of vegetation esp. thick dense grass roots).