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stool British & World English

A seat without a back or arms, typically resting on three or four legs or on a single pedestal

bar stool British & World English

A tall stool for customers at a bar to sit on

at stool British & World English

When defecating

close-stool British & World English

A covered chamber pot enclosed in a wooden stool

cutty-stool British & World English

A stool on which an offender was publicly rebuked during a church service

music stool British & World English

A stool for a pianist, typically adjustable in height and sometimes having a hinged top covering a storage space for musical scores

piano stool British & World English

A stool for a pianist, typically adjustable in height

cucking-stool British & World English

A chair to which disorderly women were tied and then ducked into water or subjected to public ridicule as a punishment

ducking stool British & World English

A chair fastened to the end of a pole, used formerly to plunge offenders into a pond or river as a punishment

milking stool British & World English

A short three-legged stool, of a kind traditionally used while milking cows

stool pigeon British & World English

A police informer

donkey stool in donkey British & World English

A low stool on which an artist sits astride, especially in an art school