Stoniness



adjective, stonier, stoniest.
1.
full of or abounding in stones or rock:
a stony beach.
2.
pertaining to or characteristic of stone.
3.
resembling or suggesting stone, especially in its hardness.
4.
unfeeling; merciless; obdurate:
a stony heart.
5.
motionless or rigid; without expression, as the eyes or a look:
a hard, stony stare.
6.
petrifying; stupefying:
stony fear.
7.
having a stone or stones, as fruit.
8.
Slang. stone-broke.
adjective stonier, stoniest
1.
of or resembling stone
2.
abounding in stone or stones
3.
unfeeling, heartless, or obdurate
4.
short for stony-broke
stonewall

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