Stimie
Stimey \Sti"mey\, Stimie \Sti"mie\, n. & v. t. See {Stymie}. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • stimie — ● styme * * * stimie variant of stymie (Golf) …   Useful english dictionary

  • stimie — stimy, stimie see stymie …   Modern English usage

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  • Stimey — Sti mey, Stimie Sti mie, n. & v. t. See {Stymie}. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stymie — transitive verb (stymied; stymieing) Etymology: Scots stimie, stymie to obstruct a golf shot by interposition of the opponent s ball Date: 1902 to present an obstacle to ; stand in the way of < stymied by red tape > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • stimy — stimy, stimie see stymie …   Modern English usage

  • stymie — is now the regular spelling of the word used in golf and in the meaning ‘to obstruct or thwart’, rather than stimy or stimie. The verb has inflected forms stymies, stymied, stymieing …   Modern English usage

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