stump[ stuhmp ]SEE DEFINITION OF stump
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STUMP
Many a rod, I grieve to say, was worn to the stump on that unlucky night.
Then she wagged the stump of her tail, and they considered themselves acquainted.
He looked at the stump, then at the sign, with his little pig-like eyes.
"You're just about as satisfying to talk to as a stump," she paid tribute to his unassailable calm.
Mr. Halloway had learned a certain perceptiveness on the stump.
He sat down on a stump half-way, and beckoned them to come to him.
He sank upon a stump, whispering "That was worse than ten fights."
To this Cherokee responded by vigorous wagging of the stump of his tail.
The temper of the stump speaker is not appropriate for dealing with taxation problems.
He had only a stump of a tail, but he will wag it—when next his master sees him!