Definition of Stunts

1. Noun. (plural of stunt) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of stunt) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stunts

1. stunt [v] - See also: stunt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stunts

stunted
stuntedly
stuntedness
stuntednesses
stuntfest
stuntfests
stunting
stuntlike
stuntman
stuntmen
stuntness
stuntology
stuntpeople
stuntperson
stuntpersons
stunts (current term)
stuntwoman
stuntwomen
stupa
stupalike
stupas
stupe
stuped
stupefacient
stupefacients
stupefaction
stupefactions
stupefied
stupefiedness
stupefier

Literary usage of Stunts

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1. A Handbook of Games and Programs for Church, School, and Home by William Ralph La Porte (1922)
"CHAPTER XI PHYSICAL stunts THE individual and dual physical stunts listed ... Ankle Throw: INDIVIDUAL stunts Toss object over head from behind with feet. ..."

2. A Handbook of Games and Programs for Church, School, and Home by William Ralph La Porte (1922)
"CHAPTER XI PHYSICAL stunts THE individual and dual physical stunts listed ... Ankle Throw: INDIVIDUAL stunts Toss object over head from behind with feet. ..."

3. Social Games and Group Dances: A Collection of Games and Dances Suitable for by James Claude Elsom, Blanche Mathilde Trilling (1919)
"... word will describe so well the miscellaneous performances which are to be described in this chapter. The value of these " stunts " consists in ..."

4. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1911)
"M. Gordon. Ladles' HJ 28: 62. Ap. 1: 65'. O.; 72. N. '11. Entertainment in October, il. Delin. 7S: 265. O. '11. Indoor games and stunts. AM Chesley. ..."

5. The Church at Play: A Manual for Directors of Social and Recreational Life by Norman Egbert Richardson (1922)
"63. Fold the Arms. 64. Forfeits. 65. Fat Lady—Thin Lady. 66. Gestures by Proxy. Additional stunts and tricks may be found in the following books: Harbin, ..."

6. The Art of Acting and Public Reading: Dramatic Interpretation by Rollo Anson Tallcott (1922)
"stunts, or Imitations. ... which frankly exploit nature sounds and imitations may rightly be called "stunts." They should not be called readings. ..."

7. Aeroplanes by James Slough Zerbe (1915)
"... FLYING stunts AND SPEEDS "PEQUOD, a Frenchman, yesterday repeatedly performed the remarkable feat of flying with the machine upside down. ..."

8. The Art of Acting and Public Reading: Dramatic Interpretation by Rollo Anson Tallcott (1922)
"stunts, or Imitations. Selections which frankly exploit nature sounds and imitations may rightly be called "stunts." They should not be called readings. ..."

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