A man asked for a meal in a restaurant. The waiter brought the food and put it on the table. After a moment, the man called the waiter and said:
"Waiter! Waiter! There"s a fly in my soup!"
"Please don"t speak so loudly, sir," said the waiter, "or everyone will want one."
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n. Naturally occurring steroid alcohol. [from *cholesterol, etc.]
adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 tending or intended to stick or adhere.
- glutinous, viscous. - humid. - colloq. Difficult, awkward; unpleasant, painful (sticky problem). stickily adv. Stickiness n. - wicket n. Colloq. Difficult circumstances. STIFLE
v. (-ling) 1 suppress.
- feel or make unable to breathe easily; suffocate. - kill by suffocating. stifling adj. & adv. [origin uncertain] STIGMA
n. (pl. -s or, esp. In sense 3, stigmata) 1 shame, disgrace.
- part of the pistil that receives the pollen in pollination. - (in pl.) (in christian belief) marks like those on christ's body after the crucifixion, appearing on the bodies of certain saints etc. [greek stigma -mat- brand, dot] STINGY
adj. (-ier, -iest) colloq. Niggardly, mean. stingily adv. Stinginess n. [perhaps from *sting]
in time n. Timely remedy.
- —n. - a (in sewing, knitting, or crocheting) single pass of a needle, or the resulting thread or loop etc. B particular method of sewing etc. - least bit of clothing (hadn't a stitch on). - sharp pain in the side induced by running etc. —v. Sew; make stitches (in). in stitches colloq. Laughing uncontrollably. Stitch up 1 join or mend by sewing. - slang trick, cheat, betray. [old english: related to *stick2] STOCKY
adj. (-ier, -iest) short and sturdy. stockily adv. Stockiness n.
n. Colloq. Heavy fattening food. [imitative, after stuff and podge]
adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 (of food) heavy and glutinous.
- dull and uninteresting. stodgily adv. Stodginess n. STOKER
n. Person who tends a furnace, esp. On a steamship. [dutch]
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