stall

Part of speech: verb

To plce or keep in a stall.

Part of speech: verb

To furnish with stalls.

Part of speech: verb

To stick in mire or snow, as a wagon.

Part of speech: noun

A compartment in which a horse or bovine animal is confined and fed.

Part of speech: noun

A small booth, enclosed seat, etc.

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Usage examples "stall":

  1. Don't stall on the answers." - "Legacy", James H Schmitz.
  2. Lonsdale, who had one complete stall for the use of the tenants of Bampton Hall, another for Low Knipe, and other seats elsewhere. - "Bygone Cumberland and Westmorland", Daniel Scott.
  3. You and I will do very well together, and we can choose something pretty for her off the Crawford's stall. - "Our Bessie", Rosa Nouchette Carey.