Sterne



noun
1.
Laurence, 1713–68, English clergyman and novelist.
noun
1.
Laurence. 1713–68, English novelist, born in Ireland, author of The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman (1759–67) and A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy (1768)

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  • Sternebra

    sternebra ster·ne·bra (stûr’nə-brə) n. pl. ster·ne·brae (-brē) One of the four segments of the primordial sternum of the embryo, the fusion of which forms the body of the adult sternum.

  • Sterner

    adjective, sterner, sternest. 1. firm, strict, or uncompromising: stern discipline. 2. hard, harsh, or severe: a stern reprimand. 3. rigorous or austere; of an unpleasantly serious character: stern times. 4. grim or forbidding in aspect: a stern face. adjective 1. showing uncompromising or inflexible resolve; firm, strict, or authoritarian 2. lacking leniency or clemency; harsh […]



  • Sternest

    adjective, sterner, sternest. 1. firm, strict, or uncompromising: stern discipline. 2. hard, harsh, or severe: a stern reprimand. 3. rigorous or austere; of an unpleasantly serious character: stern times. 4. grim or forbidding in aspect: a stern face. adjective 1. showing uncompromising or inflexible resolve; firm, strict, or authoritarian 2. lacking leniency or clemency; harsh […]

  • Sternforemost

    [sturn-fawr-mohst, -fohr- or, esp. British, -muh st] /ˌstɜrnˈfɔr moʊst, -ˈfoʊr- or, esp. British, -məst/ adverb 1. Nautical. with the stern, foremost. 2. awkwardly; with difficulty. sternforemost /ˈstɜːnˈfɔːməʊst/ adverb 1. (nautical) backwards



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