One’s conscience, as in I’d love to go but a still small voice tells me I really have to stay home and work. The term comes from the Bible (I Kings 19:12), where Elijah hears his own inner voice: “And after the earthquake a fire … and after the fire a still small voice.”
[stil-suh n] /ˈstɪl sən/ Trademark. 1. a monkey wrench with a pivoted, adjustable jaw that grips pipes, bars, etc., more tightly when pressure is exerted on the handle. Stillson wrench /ˈstɪlsən/ noun 1. trademark a large wrench having adjustable jaws that tighten as the pressure on the handle is increased
noun 1. any dog that follows the trail of its quarry silently.
noun 1. a city in N Oklahoma. 2. a town in E Minnesota.
noun 1. a part of a stream that is level or where the level of inclination is so slight that no current is visible.