Have or maintain an upright position, supported by one’s feet
Feel awe for
Be of sufficient quality to be likened favourably to someone or something of the same kind
Act as a guard
Be proud and confident
Lionel stood in the doorway
The bar of a public house or tavern.
A stand designed to hold one or more pots or potted plants.
Stick stubbornly to one’s opinion or decision
Be present while something bad is happening but fail to take any action to stop it
Be an abbreviation of or symbol for
A person who stands in for another, especially in a match or performance; a substitute
Move or keep away
A deadlock between two equally matched opponents in a dispute or conflict
Be scrupulous in the observance of
Project from a surface
Stand ready for an attack, especially one before dawn or after dark
The state of readiness for action or attack
(Of an argument, claim, evidence, etc.) remain valid after close scrutiny or analysis
Involving, done by, or engaged in by people standing up
Linseed oil or another drying oil thickened by heating, used in paints, varnishes, and printing inks
Davies is the obvious stand-in for the injured Cartwright
Europe has shown that it is possible to live with a nuclear stand-off
A series of consecutive games played at a team’s home stadium, field, or court
A stand on which to place an iron.
(Frequently in military contexts) an act of determinedly holding or defending a position against a (more powerful) opposing force; a final show of resistance or protest; especially in to make one's (also a) last stand.
A stand for supporting a potted palm.
A stand or frame for supporting a pipe or pipes.
A section of the spectators' area at a sporting event which is reserved for reporters.
A stand from which a race may be watched.
= rick staddle.
A small stand for finger rings.
A stand with hooks on which to hang coats, hats, etc.
Used to instruct soldiers standing at ease that they may relax their attitude further
A rest or light frame on which sheet music or a score is supported
A stand or stall for the sale of newspapers
Bear the expense of treating someone to something
Be tried in a court of law
(Of computer hardware or software) able to operate independently of other hardware or software
Take no action to prevent, or not involve oneself in, something that is happening
Withdraw from a situation emotionally in order to view it more objectively
Withdraw or resign from a position or office
A period of relaxation after a state of alert
Stand close to (someone) so as to watch, supervise, or intimidate them
A structure that supports a large container in which water is stored
A booth, stall, or stand where peanuts, etc., are sold; frequently as the type of a small-scale business enterprise.
A stand to which chemical or other laboratory equipment can be fixed when in use, typically consisting of a vertical metal rod mounted on a heavy base.
Keep guard or control access to a place