Stimson



noun
1.
Henry L(ewis) 1867–1950, U.S. statesman: secretary of war 1911–13, 1940–45; secretary of state 1929–33.

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    verb (used with object), stimulated, stimulating. 1. to rouse to action or effort, as by encouragement or pressure; spur on; incite: to stimulate his interest in mathematics. 2. Physiology, Medicine/Medical. to excite (a nerve, gland, etc.) to its functional activity. 3. to invigorate (a person) by a food or beverage containing a stimulant, as coffee, […]

  • Stimulable

    verb (used with object), stimulated, stimulating. 1. to rouse to action or effort, as by encouragement or pressure; spur on; incite: to stimulate his interest in mathematics. 2. Physiology, Medicine/Medical. to excite (a nerve, gland, etc.) to its functional activity. 3. to invigorate (a person) by a food or beverage containing a stimulant, as coffee, […]



  • Stimulated

    verb (used with object), stimulated, stimulating. 1. to rouse to action or effort, as by encouragement or pressure; spur on; incite: to stimulate his interest in mathematics. 2. Physiology, Medicine/Medical. to excite (a nerve, gland, etc.) to its functional activity. 3. to invigorate (a person) by a food or beverage containing a stimulant, as coffee, […]

  • Stimulated emission

    stimulated emission (stĭm’yə-lā’tĭd) The emission of electromagnetic radiation in the form of photons of a given frequency, triggered by photons of the same frequency. For example, an excited atom, with an electron in an energy orbit higher than normal, releases a photon of a specific frequency when the electron drops back to a lower energy […]



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