A stand, booth, or compartment for the sale of goods in a market or large covered area
The seats on the ground floor in a theatre
Fixed seating in the choir of a church or chapel
The front part of the stalls in a theatre
A stall or stable for oxen.
A type of barn for dairy cows, in which they are permitted free movement between resting and feeding areas; a stall for resting in such a barn; chiefly attributive.
A stand where books and sometimes newspapers are sold, especially out of doors or at a railway station
An enclosed area in a barn in which a single animal can move around freely
A head collar or halter
(Chiefly in plural) a stall situated at the entrance to the chancel with its back to the nave, at right angles to the other stalls.
Any of a number of cubicles within a public toilet.
A stand in a street or market from which cut flowers are sold
A stand or booth where goods are sold in a market
A marked-out parking space.
A stall in a cathedral for the use of a prebendary.
A cage-like compartment in which a horse is held immediately prior to the start of a race
A method of mining in which the working is advanced in a series of stalls; frequently attributive; cf room and pillar.