Stimy
Stymie Sty"mie, n. Also Stimy Sti"my . [Orig. uncertain.] (Golf) The position of two balls on the putting green such that, being more than six inches apart, one ball lies directly between the other and the hole at which the latter must be played; also, the act of bringing the balls into this position. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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

  • stimy — [stī′mē] n. pl. stimies STYMIE vt. stimied, stimying …   English World dictionary

  • stimy — var. of STYMIE. * * * /stuy mee/, n., pl. stimies, v.t., stimied, stimying. stymie. * * * stimy /stīˈmi/ noun ▪ A purblind person (Scot) ▪ A situation on the putting green, once difficult to overcome, in which an opponent s ball blocks the way to …   Useful english dictionary

  • Stimy — Stymie Sty mie, v. t. Also Stimy Sti my . (Golf) To bring into the position of, or impede by, a stymie. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stimy — /stuy mee/, n., pl. stimies, v.t., stimied, stimying. stymie. * * * …   Universalium

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

  • stimulability — ˌstimyələˈbiləd.ē, bilətē, i sometimes ÷ məl noun : the quality or state of being stimulable …   Useful english dictionary

  • stimugène — [ stimyʒɛn ] n. m. et adj. • 1973; de stimuler et gène ♦ Méd. Produit pharmaceutique stimulant les défenses naturelles de l organisme. stimugène [stimyʒɛn] n. m. et adj. ÉTYM. 1973, adj.; de stimuler, et gène. ❖ ♦ Méd., pharm …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Stymie — Sty mie, n. Also Stimy Sti my . [Orig. uncertain.] (Golf) The position of two balls on the putting green such that, being more than six inches apart, one ball lies directly between the other and the hole at which the latter must be played; also,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Stymie — Sty mie, v. t. Also Stimy Sti my . (Golf) To bring into the position of, or impede by, a stymie. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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