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In dictionary for phrase stiff was found total 16 words.


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stiff nehybný adj:
stiff neohebný adj:
stiff ostrý
stiff pevný adj:
stiff pyšný
stiff silný
stiff strnulý adj:
stiff stuha
stiff těžký
stiff tuha
stiff tuhý
stiff tvrdý
stiff ztuha
stiff ztuhlý adj:
stiff tuhý Med.
Stiff Výhybka


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StiffNot easily bent; not flexible or pliant; not limber or flaccid; rigid; firm; as, stiff wood, paper, joints.
StiffNot liquid or fluid; thick and tenacious; inspissated; neither soft nor hard; as, the paste is stiff.
StiffFirm; strong; violent; difficult to oppose; as, a stiff gale or breeze.
StiffNot easily subdued; unyielding; stubborn; obstinate; pertinacious; as, a stiff adversary.
StiffNot natural and easy; formal; constrained; affected; starched; as, stiff behavior; a stiff style.
StiffHarsh; disagreeable; severe; hard to bear.
StiffBearing a press of canvas without careening much; as, a stiff vessel; -- opposed to crank.
StiffVery large, strong, or costly; powerful; as, a stiff charge; a stiff price.


pixilated, squiffy, inebriated, blind drunk, sloshed, cockeyed, fuddled, smashed, sozzled, plastered, pie-eyed, crocked, slopped, wet, soused, intoxicated, pissed, tight, besotted, tipsy, soaked, tiddley, loaded, blotto, drunk, tiddly, potty, unshakable, firm, resolute, steadfast, unfaltering, unwavering, unbendable, steady, immobile, strong, effectual, equipotent, effective, multipotent, fertile, efficacious, potent, powerful, rigid, inflexible, starchy, buckram, formal, strong, stiffly, clay, corpse, cadaver, remains,
cadaver, corpse, clay, remains, adult male, body, dead body, man,


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(adj) immobile (similar term)
(adj) strong (similar term)
(adj) starchy|buckram|formal (similar term)
(adj) potent|strong|equipotent (similar term)|multipotent (similar term)|effective (related term)|effectual (related term)|efficacious (related term)|fertile (related term)|powerful (related term)|impotent (antonym)
(adj) firm|steadfast|steady|unbendable|unfaltering|unshakable|unwavering|resolute (similar term)
(adj) rigid|inflexible (similar term)
(adj) besotted|blind drunk|blotto|crocked|cockeyed|fuddled|loaded|pie-eyed|pissed|pixilated|plastered|potty|slopped|sloshed|smashed|soaked|soused|sozzled|squiffy|tiddly|tiddley|tight|tipsy|wet|intoxicated (similar term)|drunk (similar term)|inebriated (similar term)
(noun) man (generic term)|adult male (generic term)
(noun) cadaver|corpse|clay|remains|body (generic term)|dead body (generic term)
(adv) stiffly


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adj. & n. --adj. 1 rigid; not flexible. 2 hard to bend or move or turn etc.; not working freely. 3 hard to cope with; needing strength or effort (a stiff test; a stiff climb). 4 severe or strong (a stiff breeze; a stiff penalty). 5 (of a person or manner) formal, constrained; lacking spontaneity. 6 (of a muscle or limb etc., or a person affected by these) aching when used, owing to previous exertion, injury, etc. 7 (of an alcoholic or medicinal drink) strong. 8 (predic.) colloq. to an extreme degree (bored stiff; scared stiff). 9 (foll. by with) colloq. abounding in (a place stiff with tourists). --n. sl. 1 a corpse. 2 a foolish or useless person (you big stiff). østiff neck a rheumatic condition in which the head cannot be turned without pain. stiff-necked obstinate or haughty. stiff upper lip firmness, fortitude. øøstiffish adj. stiffly adv. stiffness n. [OE stif f. Gmc],

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Merrian-Webster dictionary

Term Word class Description
stiff adjectiveeXPENSIVE, STEEP
stiff nounFLOP, FAILURE
stiff transitive verbsNUB 3
stiff adverbto an extreme degree : SEVERELY

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