a Scot word for stand
verb (used with or without object), noun 1. stanch1 . adjective, stauncher, staunchest. 1. firm or steadfast in principle, adherence, loyalty, etc., as a person: a staunch Republican; a staunch friend. 2. characterized by firmness, steadfastness, or loyalty: He delivered a staunch defense of the government. 3. strong; substantial: a staunch little hut in the […]
verb (used with or without object), noun 1. stanch1 . adjective 1. loyal, firm, and dependable: a staunch supporter 2. solid or substantial in construction 3. (rare) (of a ship, etc) watertight; seaworthy verb, noun 1. a variant spelling of stanch
noun 1. exercise bicycle. exercise bicycle noun 1. any of various stationary exercise apparatuses that resemble a bicycle, usually having handlebars, a seat, pedals, a device for adjusting tension or resistance in the pedaling mechanism, and sometimes a single front wheel: used especially to improve the cardiovascular system.
adjective 1. standing still; not moving. 2. having a fixed position; not movable. 3. established in one place; not itinerant or migratory. 4. remaining in the same condition or state; not changing: The market price has remained stationary for a week. 5. geostationary. noun, plural stationaries. 6. a person or thing that is stationary. adjective […]