View definitions for stay
noun as in hold, delay
noun as in support, underpinning
verb as in wait
verb as in visit
The reports illustrate relative change, not absolute visitors or duration of stay.
The package includes up to five nights of accommodation at one of MGM’s Las Vegas-based properties and comes with an “office-ready” room and an executive assistant tasked with ensuring you have “everything you need during your stay.”
Lisa Russell said her 93-year-old mother regressed physically and mentally during a nearly month-long stay in early 2020 at The Springs at Pacific Regent, located in La Jolla.
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer waded into the fray this week, by signing onto a letter along with San Jose’s mayor, urging the court to grant the stay.
“A stay could provide an opportunity for parties to come together with state leaders to negotiate a resolution to this complex issue,” Faulconer and Liccardo wrote.
Models in Israel will have to maintain a BMI of 18.5 or higher if they want to stay employed.
Ney said McDonnell needs to “keep a stiff lip” and stay in close contact with family members.
“He has to really stay on the down low, he has to make sure that he blends in,” Ney told the Beast.
Their leader, Njie, still going by “Dave” during the operation, would stay a safe distance away until the State House was secure.
Higher courts, including the Supreme Court had refused to intercede, and the stay was to expire tonight.
He decided not to return home directly; he wanted to go somewhere, but did not care to stay in Chicago.
This tiny person spent little or none of his time in the tree-tops, but chose to stay near the ground.
If we find him there as Rutter said, you can gamble that trouble has camped in our dooryard for a lengthy stay.
Now that Lawrence was out of the army, he was in hopes that he would stay out, and he showed his disappointment in his face.
He gets out and does things while these fatheads stay in quarters and untangle red tape.
On this page you'll find 311 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stay, such as: holiday, sojourn, stopover, vacation, break, and halt.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.