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Noun
An establishment for women of the night to ply their trade
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Plural for a dish of meat and vegetables cooked slowly in liquid in a closed dish or pan
“There was a silence as he served the stew from the small iron pot.”
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Plural for a disorganized assortment of things
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“I think Malvo's motivation was a lot more complex, a whole stew of things he didn't understand himself.”
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Plural for a combination or blend of various elements or things
“Imagine the film as filtered through the lens of an epic anime series, then blended into a stew of Hindu, Buddhist, and Shinto mythology.”
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Plural for a state of being nervous, anxious, or irritated
“Getting himself into a stew about what others think of him is very unhelpful for Bill.”
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Plural for a typically loud state of activity or disturbance
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“The traffic then bogged down in a noisy stew of honking cars, smoke-belching buses, and locals on ancient bicycles.”
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Plural for a building in which women of the night ply their trade
“Although the women were permitted to sit at the door of the stew, they could not solicit in any way nor chide or throw stones at passersby.”
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Plural for a feeling of great displeasure or anger
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Plural for the quality of being irascible
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Plural for a state of uncertainty, hesitation or puzzlement
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Plural for the quality of being multiform, or having many forms
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Plural for dish consisting of a combination of cooked food
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Plural for an inland body of standing water, either natural or man-made, that is smaller than a lake
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Plural for an inconvenience, or the fact or state of being inconvenienced
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Plural for airline host or hostess
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Plural for the state of being bewildered or unclear in one's mind about something
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Plural for extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain
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Plural for water or liquid in which food has been boiled
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(confrontational or angry) Plural for an exchange of diverging or opposite views
Verb
To slowly cook in liquid
“I employed Lydia's help to cut and stew some apples for dessert.”
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To remain in a heated or stifling atmosphere
“Stranded passengers were left to stew under the hot sun, an experience sufficient to turn one away from rail travel for life.”
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To worry or agonize about something, especially on one's own
“Marshall went home but continued to stew over his loss.”
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To show, feel, or cause to feel, concern or worry
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To cook for too long or at too high a temperature
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To steep in a liquid so as to extract the soluble constituents (usually medicinal or herbal)
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To enter a daydream state temporarily, for instance as a result of boredom, fatigue, or intoxication
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To feel emotionally upset
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To use the powers of the mind logically and methodically
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To bother or annoy someone
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To feel great anger or annoyance
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To stifle or hold back an emotion, memory, etc.
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(reflect on or upon) To think deeply or carefully about
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