stunting, present participle; stunted, past tense; stunts, 3rd person singular present; stunted, past participle;
Perform stunts, esp. aerobatics
agile terns are stunting over the water
An action displaying spectacular skill and daring
Something unusual done to attract attention
the story was spread as a publicity stunt to help sell books
a difficult or unusual or dangerous feat; usually done to gain attention
check the growth or development of; "You will stunt your growth by building all these muscles"
a creature (especially a whale) that has been prevented from attaining full growth
perform a stunt or stunts
A stunt is an unusual and difficult physical feat, or any act requiring a special skill, performed for artistic purposes in TV, theatre, or cinema. Stunts are a big part of many action movies.
Stunt is the fourth full-length studio album by Barenaked Ladies. By far their most successful album, it entered the US charts at #3 and sold over 4 million units by the end of its chart run. Its first single, "One Week" would become the band's breakthrough single in the U.S. ...
A stunt in American football and Canadian football is a planned maneuver by a pair of players of the defensive team by which they exchange roles, the better to slip past blockers of the offensive team at the beginning of a play from scrimmage.
In botany and agriculture, stunting describes a plant disease that results in dwarfing and loss of vigor. It may be caused by infectious or noninfectious means.
Moustache (Half a Scissor) is Mr. Oizo's (Quentin Dupieux) second album which was released in 2005 on CD. This was the infamous record that lead to Dupieux to leave the F. Com label and form an alliance with French label Ed Banger Records. ...
Stunt is a dance music project of British remixers/producers Gary Johnson, Scott Chester, Simon Wills and Dave Valler. Stunt is signed to Absolute records with their releases distributed through AATW(All Around The World).
A daring or dangerous feat, often involving the display of gymnastic skills; To check or hinder the growth or development of; (slang, hip-hop) To show off; to posture
(Stunts) are defined as building performances displaying a person's skill or dexterity. Stunting in cheerleading has been previously referred to as building pyramids. Stunts range from basic two-legged stunts to one-legged extended stunts and high flying basket tosses. ...
A fake maneuver by a defensive linemen in which they stagger and change their path to the quarterback in an effort to confuse the offensive linemen.
An abnormal reduction in the growth rate and/or size of various morphological features of a tree (e.g., leaf size, stem caliper, root system, annual twig growth).
A programming maneuver that moves a show from its usual time slot to a more advantageous slot or multiple time periods in order to boost ratings or introduce a new program. It also refers to unusual or sensational programming designed to grab attention during sweeps periods. ...
Any maneuver or 'set piece' including tumbling, mounting, a pyramid or a toss.
One or more bases supporting one or more top persons off of the ground.
Usually in conjunction with a slogh. A defensive player, in order to facilitate the slough, will guard their own player and, if the ball is passed to the offensive player bieng sloughed on, will make a movement to the player with the ball in order to apply some pressure.
term use in North Shore or Freeride mountain biking to refer to the various structures built add technical difficulty to trail riding. Stunts include ladders, skinnies, teeters, jumps, and drops.
Refers to a saber designed primarily for dueling. Top considerations are durability and a clean hilt design that lacks buttons or other features that would impede the use of fencing moves. Stunt sabers have blades made of aluminum, carbon fibers, or acrylics or other tough plastics. ...
Any skill in which a top person is supported above the performance surface by one or more persons. Also referred to as a “mount.” A stunt is determined to be "Single" or "Double" leg by the number of legs that the top person has being primarily supported by a base(s).
A special play only ran by the Defensive Linemen.
a trick done on an obstacle that makes the trick particularly difficult, such as doing a backflip over a fifty-four foot gap, or an icepick stall on the runner of a helicopter (both documented stunts). “I want to do a stunt involving a crocodile, but I think they’re really expensive. ...
Any tumbling skill, toss, mount or pyramid.
A wide range of parasitic and nonparasitic agents.