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stir1 British & World English

Move a spoon or other implement round and round in (a liquid or other substance) in order to mix it thoroughly

stir English Thesaurus

use a wooden spoon to stir the mixture

stir-fry British & World English

Fry (meat, fish, or vegetables) rapidly over a high heat while stirring briskly

stir-crazy British & World English

Psychologically disturbed, especially as a result of being confined or imprisoned

stir the blood British & World English

Make someone excited or enthusiastic

stir one's stumps British & World English

(Of a person) begin to move or act

stir something up British & World English

Cause or provoke trouble or bad feeling

stir from/out of in stir1 British & World English

Leave or go out of (a place)

stir something in/into in stir1 British & World English

Mix an ingredient into (a liquid or other substance) by moving a spoon or other implement round and round

stir something up in stir1 British & World English

Cause or provoke trouble or bad feeling

stir the blood in stir1 British & World English

Make someone excited or enthusiastic

stir one's stumps in stir1 British & World English

(Of a person) begin to move or act

stir the possum in stir1 British & World English

Excite interest or controversy

stir one's stumps in stir English Thesaurus

'Stir your stumps, girl!' he shouted

stir something up in stir English Thesaurus

his remarks stirred up a furore