a type of embroidery popular in the 17th century, consisting of intricate, colorful designs padded with horsehair to make them stand out in relief.
a type of embroidery of the 15th to 17th centuries featuring raised or embossed figures, padded with cotton wool or hair
adjective, stumpier, stumpiest. 1. of the nature of or resembling a stump. 2. short and thick; stubby; stocky. 3. abounding in stumps: a stumpy field. adjective stumpier, stumpiest 1. short and thickset like a stump; stubby 2. abounding in or full of stumps
verb (used with object), stunned, stunning. 1. to deprive of consciousness or strength by or as if by a blow, fall, etc.: The blow to his jaw stunned him for a moment. 2. to astonish; astound; amaze: Her wit stunned the audience. 3. to shock; overwhelm: The world was stunned by the attempted assassination. 4. […]
verb 1. a simple past tense and past participle of sting. verb (used with object), stung or (Obsolete) stang; stung; stinging. 1. to prick or wound with a sharp-pointed, often venom-bearing organ. 2. to affect painfully or irritatingly as a result of contact, as certain plants do: to be stung by nettles. 3. to cause […]
- Stun grenade
noun 1. a nonlethal grenade which is used to disturb the senses of enemies by its loud noise and its bright light Also called flashbang