Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stone.(verb)
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Use "stones" in a sentence
"Some signs of adoration are at this day paid to such stones, in the Scottish Western Isles; they are called _bowing stones_."
"Now, just as salt and sugar have properties, so have all _precious stones_, and while, as was the case with salt and sugar, many precious stones have properties in common, yet each has also some properties which are distinctive, and which can be relied upon as differentiating the particular stone from other stones."
"(skins) of the coffee berries from those found in the liquor made from the beans themselves, which he calls the stones of the coffee fruit."