Stone Deaf :
A stiff-necked person is rather formal and finds it hard to relax in company.
Still In The Game :
If someone is skill in the game, they may be having troubles competing. But they are not yet finished and may come back.
Still Waters Run Deep :
People use this idiom to imply that people who are quiet and don’t attract attention are often more interesting than people who do try to get attention.
Stir The Blood :
If something stirs your blood, it arouses feelings or passions.
Stich In Time Saves Nine :
A STICH IN TIME SAVES means that if a job needs to be done, it is better to do it now. Because it will only get worse, like a hole in clothes that requires stitching.
A person’s mental resources
Stone Dead :
This idiom is a way of emphasizing that there were absolutely no signs of life or movement.
Stone Deaf :
Someone who is stone deaf is completely deaf.
Stone’s Throw :
If a place is a stone’s throw from where you are, It is very short distance away.
Stool Pigeon :
A stool pigeon is a police informer.
Stop Cold :
To stop suddenly out of surprise
Storm in A Teacup :
If someone exaggerates a problem or makes a small problem to make it seem far greater than it really is, then they are making a storm in a teacup.
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