a small picture woven in colored silk thread: introduced in 1879 and mass-produced on a Jacquard-type loom.
a picture, usually small, woven in silk
- Stevens-johnson syndrome
Stevens-Johnson syndrome Ste·vens-John·son syndrome (stē’vənz-jŏn’sən) n. A severe inflammatory eruption of the skin and mucous membranes, usually occurring in children and young adults following a respiratory infection or as an allergic reaction to drugs or other substances.
noun 1. a city in central Wisconsin.
noun 1. a South American perennial shrub, Stevia rebaudiana, having small, white flowers and sweet-tasting leaves. 2. a noncaloric, powdered sweetener made from glycoside extracts of the leaves of this shrub.
noun 1. Simon [see-mawn] /ˈsi mɔn/ (Show IPA), 1548–1620, Dutch mathematician and physicist.