St Words: How to Master Startling and Strange Vocabulary

In this article, you’ll learn about various words that start with the letters “st,” enhancing your vocabulary and understanding of their usage.

  1. Stable- Firm and steady.
  2. Stack- Pile things one on top of another.
  3. Staff- Group of people employed by a company.
  4. Stage- Platform for performances.
  5. Stain- Mark left on something.
  6. Stair- Set of steps.
  7. Stake- Strong post with a point.
  8. Stale- No longer fresh.
  9. Stalk- Main stem of a plant.
  10. Stall- Individual compartment for an animal in a stable or small enclosure in a market.
  11. Stamp- Tool for imprinting or stamping.
  12. Stand- Maintain an upright position.
  13. Stanza- Group of lines in a poem.
  14. Staple- Basic or principal element; a type of wire fastener used to secure paper.
  15. Star- Celestial body visible as a point of light.
  16. Stare- Look fixedly or vacantly at someone or something.
  17. Start- Begin an activity or event.
  18. Starve- Suffer or die from lack of food.
  19. State- Condition of something; a nation in a federation.
  20. Station- Regular stopping place or broadcast entity.
  21. Statue- Sculpture representing a figure.
  22. Status- Relative social or professional position.
  23. Stay- Remain in the same place.
  24. Steak- Slice of meat or fish.
  25. Steal- Take another’s property without permission.
  26. Steam- Vapor into which water is converted when heated.
  27. Steel- Hard, strong alloy used for construction.
  28. Steep- Having a sharp inclination.
  29. Steer- Guide or control the movement of a vehicle or vessel.
  30. Stem- Central part of a plant.
  31. Step- Movement made by lifting the foot and setting it down.
  32. Stereo- System of two or more speakers creating a three-dimensional sound.
  33. Stew- Dish of meat and vegetables cooked slowly in liquid.
  34. Stick- Thin piece of wood that has fallen or been cut from a tree.
  35. Stiff- Not easily bent; formal, constrained.
  36. Still- Calm, motionless, quiet.
  37. Sting- Sharp pain or prick from a pointed object or insect.
  38. Stink- Strong bad smell.
  39. Stint- specific period of work or service.
  40. Stir- Mix or move around with a spoon or stick.
  41. Stitch- Loop of thread or yarn resulting from a single pass or movement of a needle.
  42. Stock- Goods or merchandise kept on the premises of a business or warehouse and available for sale or distribution.
  43. Stomach- Internal organ in which the major part of the digestion of food occurs.
  44. Stone- Hard, solid non-metallic mineral matter of which rock is made.
  45. Stool- Seat without back or arms, typically resting on three or four legs or on a single pedestal.
  46. Stop- Cease movement or operation.
  47. Store- Place where items may be purchased.
  48. Storm- Violent weather condition with winds and usually rain, thunder, lightning, or snow.
  49. Story- Narrative or tale of real or fictitious events.
  50. Stout- Strong and thick.
  51. Stove- Appliance for cooking.
  52. Strain- Force (a part of one’s body or oneself) to make a strenuous or unusually great effort.
  53. Strait- Narrow passage of water connecting two seas or two large areas of water.
  54. Strand- Beach or shore; a single thin length of something.
  55. Strange- Unusual or surprising; difficult to understand or explain.
  56. Strap- Strip of leather, cloth, or other material used to fasten, secure, or carry something.
  57. Straw- Dried stalks of grain, used especially as fodder or as material for thatching, packing, or weaving.
  58. Stray- Move away aimlessly from a group or from the right course or place.
  59. Streak- Long, thin line or mark of a different substance or color from its surroundings.
  60. Stream- Small, narrow river.
  61. Street- Public road in a city or town, typically with houses and buildings on one or both sides.
  62. Stress- Pressure or tension exerted on a material object or mental or emotional strain.
  63. Stretch- Be made or be capable of being made longer or wider without tearing or breaking.
  64. Strict- Demanding that rules concerning behavior are obeyed and observed.
  65. Stride- Long, decisive step.
  66. Strike- Hit forcibly and deliberately with one’s hand or a weapon or other implement.
  67. String- Material consisting of threads of cotton, hemp, or other material twisted together to form a thin length.
  68. Strip- Remove all coverings from.
  69. Stripe- Long narrow band or strip differing in color or texture from the surface on either side.
  70. Stroll- Walk in a leisurely way.
  71. Strong- Having the power to move heavy weights or perform other physically demanding tasks.
  72. Struct- Short for “structure,” typically used in various industries to denote a building or other built object.
  73. Struggle- Make forceful or violent efforts to get free of restraint or constriction.
  74. Strut- Stiff, erect, and apparently self-important walk.
  75. Stub- Short, remaining part of something that has been removed or broken off.
  76. Stuff- Matter, material, articles, or activities of a specified or indeterminate kind that are being referred to, indicated, or implied.
  77. Stumble- Trip or momentarily lose one’s balance; almost fall.
  78. Stump- The bottom part of a tree left projecting from the ground after most of the trunk has fallen or been cut down.
  79. Stun- Knock unconscious or into a dazed or semi-conscious state.
  80. Stunt- An action displaying spectacular skill and daring.
  81. Stupid- Lacking intelligence or common sense.
  82. Sturdy- Strongly and solidly built.
  83. Style- A manner of doing something.
  84. Suave- Charming, confident, and elegant.
  85. Subtle- So delicate or precise as to be difficult to analyze or describe.
  86. Succeed- Achieve the desired aim or result.
  87. Success- The accomplishment of an aim or purpose.
  88. Succinct- Briefly and clearly expressed.
  89. Such- Like or similar; used to make an implicit comparison.
  90. Suck- Draw into the mouth by contracting the muscles of the lip and mouth to make a partial vacuum.
  91. Sudden- Occurring or done quickly and unexpectedly or without warning.
  92. Suffer- Experience or be subjected to (something bad or unpleasant).
  93. Suffice- Be enough or adequate.
  94. Sugar- Sweet crystalline substance obtained from various plants.
  95. Suggest- Put forward for consideration.
  96. Suit- Set of clothes made from the same fabric, designed to be worn together.
  97. Suite- A set of rooms designated for one person’s or family’s use or for a particular purpose.
  98. Sum- The total amount resulting from the addition of two or more numbers, amounts, or items.
  99. Summer- Warmest season of the year, in the northern hemisphere from June to August.
  100. Summit- The highest point of a hill or mountain.

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