stage[ steyj ]SEE DEFINITION OF stage
Synonyms for stage
- point in time
- system date
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STAGE
But at least it is heir to the conquests which go to its stage of advance.
The Church cannot be so more than the stage, or music more than philosophy.
It must be a stage in its growth or it would not come into it.
In our present stage of development we could hardly do without them.
It is scarcely ever seen on the stage—is, indeed, practically unactable.
I wonder—women on the stage do get big sums, and they often graduate from it to society.
There was a stage cough, and Kitty plunged into the room, carefully unnoticing.
Now that she has reached the stage of fright, I have great fun with her.
That was the second stage in the evolution of bread in this country.
At this stage it is not necessary or desirable to descend to detail.