a bruise on the sole of the foot, caused by walking on or striking against a small stone or other hard object.
noun 1. (in certain echinoderms) a tube lined with calcareous deposits, connecting the madreporite with a circular canal around the mouth.
noun 1. a less common name for stone’s throw
noun 1. a yellowish-brown, freshwater catfish, Noturus flavus, of the Mississippi River valley and Great Lakes, having poisonous pectoral spines.
noun 1. any of several small Old World birds, especially of the genus Saxicola, as S. torquata. noun 1. an Old World songbird, Saxicola torquata, having a black plumage with a reddish-brown breast: subfamily Turdinae (thrushes)