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Definition of "stot" []

  • An inferior horse. (noun)
  • An ox or bull. (noun)
  • A heifer. (noun)
  • A bounce or rebound; a leap. (noun)
  • To bounce, rebound or ricochet. (verb)

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Use "stot" in a sentence
  • "Coming up on today's program, a possible bright stot in the economy."
  • "JACK CAFFERTY, CNN ANCHOR: Let me just go back here to this flood stot story."
  • "Waverley only showed that he did not understand the state of the country, and of the political parties which divided it; and, standing matters as they did with Fergus Mac – Ivor Vich Ian Vohr, the Baron would make no concession to him, were it, he said, ‘to procure restitution in integrum of every stirk and stot that the chief, his forefathers, and his clan, had stolen since the days of Malcolm Canmore.’"