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Definition of "stocked" []

  • The total goods or raw material kept on the premises of a shop or business (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • A supply of something stored for future use (noun)
  • The capital raised by a company through the issue and subscription of shares entitling their holders to dividends, partial ownership, and usually voting rights (noun)
  • The proportion of such capital held by an individual shareholder (noun)
  • The shares of a specified company or industry (noun)
  • (formerly) the part of an account or tally given to a creditor (noun)
  • The debt represented by this (noun)
  • Standing or status (noun)
  • Farm animals, such as cattle and sheep, bred and kept for their meat, skins, etc (noun)
  • The trunk or main stem of a tree or other plant (noun)
  • A rooted plant into which a scion is inserted during grafting (noun)
  • A plant or stem from which cuttings are taken (noun)
  • The original type from which a particular race, family, group, etc, is derived (noun)
  • A race, breed, or variety of animals or plants (noun)
  • A small pen in which a single animal can be confined (noun)
  • A line of descent (noun)
  • Any of the major subdivisions of the human species; race or ethnic group (noun)
  • The part of a rifle, sub-machine-gun, etc, into which the barrel and firing mechanism is set: held by the firer against the shoulder (noun)
  • The handle of something, such as a whip or fishing rod (noun)
  • The main body of a tool, such as the block of a plane (noun)
  • (formerly) the part of a plough to which the irons and handles were attached (noun)
  • The main upright part of a supporting structure (noun)
  • A liquid or broth in which meat, fish, bones, or vegetables have been simmered for a long time (noun)
  • Film material before exposure and processing (noun)
  • A portion of metal cut from a bar upon which a specific process, such as forging, is to be carried out (noun)
  • The material that is smelted in a blast furnace (noun)
  • Any of several plants of the genus Matthiola, such as M. incana and M. bicornis (evening or night-scented stock), of the Mediterranean region, cultivated for their brightly coloured flowers: Brassicaceae (crucifers) (noun)
  • A long usually white neckcloth wrapped around the neck, worn in the 18th century and as part of modern riding dress (noun)
  • A pile of cards left after the deal in certain games, from which players draw (noun)
  • The repertoire of plays available to a repertory company (noun)
  • (on some types of anchors) a crosspiece at the top of the shank under the ring (noun)
  • The centre of a wheel (noun)
  • An exposed igneous intrusion that is smaller in area than a batholith (noun)
  • A log or block of wood (noun)
  • Staple, standard (adjective)
  • Being a cliché; hackneyed (adjective)
  • To keep (goods) for sale (verb)
  • To obtain a store of (something) for future use or sale (verb)
  • To supply with live animals, fish, etc (verb)
  • (of a plant) to put forth new shoots (verb)
  • To punish by putting in the stocks (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of stock. (verb)

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Use "stocked" in a sentence
  • "Excellent idea! beekeeper, "tupperware stocked" is funny stuff."
  • "One thing I always, always forget to keep well stocked is pens and decent paper."
  • "Guys around here apparently use the floating stuff above a sinker in stocked ponds However, Gulp is good for the one saltwater trip I take each year to the Outerbanks of NC."