stiff (Meaning)

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stiff (n)

an ordinary man

the dead body of a human being

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stiff (s)

not moving or operating freely

powerful

rigidly formal

marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable

incapable of or resistant to bending

very drunk

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stiff (a)

having a strong physiological or chemical effect

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stiff (r)

extremely

in a stiff manner

stiff Sentence Examples

  1. The wind blew stiffly against the walls of the house.
  2. His muscles were stiff from working out.
  3. The stiff breeze made it difficult to walk.
  4. The fabric was stiff and uncomfortable to wear.
  5. The board was so stiff that it wouldn't bend.
  6. Her neck was stiff from sitting in an awkward position.
  7. The paintbrush was too stiff to use.
  8. The stiff cocktail made him feel wobbly.
  9. The stiff upper lip of the British people helped them through the war.
  10. The stiff penalty for breaking the law deterred people from committing crimes.

FAQs About the word stiff

an ordinary man, the dead body of a human being, not moving or operating freely, powerful, rigidly formal, having a strong physiological or chemical effect, mar

stiffened, solid, brittle, strong,rigid, crisp, hard, unyielding,inflexible, sound

supple, pliant, flexible, springy, yielding, stretchy, plastic, workable, springy,flexible

The wind blew stiffly against the walls of the house.

His muscles were stiff from working out.

The stiff breeze made it difficult to walk.

The fabric was stiff and uncomfortable to wear.