Sting Definition

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1. "Chilies don't sting(3) me. They don't affect me. It's just like eating fruit, " Quiroz said at a market in the Mexican capital. 0
2. "For God loved the world so much that He gave" (John 3:16 NLT, emphasis mine). You can either become like God and be a generous giver or you can become like Satan and be a stingy hoarder. 1
3. A 12.5% dividend hike drew the sting from the results, and the shares fell just 5p to 233p. 1
4. A bank employee was involved in the sting in which $5 million was stolen. 1
5. A complex colonial siphonophore of the genus Physalia, of warm seas, having a bluish, bladder like float with a broad sail like crest from which hang numerous long stinging tentacles. 1
6. A group of Stinger block castings sits on the top shelf while a set of wax blocks are ready for the lost wax molding process to make the next set. 0
7. A L.C tincture can be applied to all sorts of stings and bites. 1
8. A male bee, especially a honeybee, that is characteristically stingless , performs no work, and produces no honey. Its only function is to mate with the queen bee. 1
9. A powerful wasp insect that will not hesitate to attack passersby with its poisonous stinger. 1
10. A queen bee uses her stinger only to sting another queen bee. 2
11. A recent sting operation by an anti-abortion group uncovered an errant employee, who was promptly fired. 1
12. A scorpion has a poisonous sting in its long jointed tail. 1
13. A shocked demeanour and a couple of nettle stings to valiant rescuer Beverley were the only legacies. 1
14. A short-tailed stingray rides the currents through arches and caverns at Poor Knights. 1
15. A shot of adrenalin was given as an antidote to the wasp sting. 1
16. A Shower of rain drove down upon us, each drop stinging like a hailstone. 1
17. A sting from one of these results in an extremely painful wound. 1
18. A stinging slap across the face jolted her. 1
19. A stinging slap came on my jaw. 1
20. A tenth of its state legislators may be indicted following a corruption sting. 1
21. A wasp or bee sting is painful but not necessarily serious. 1
22. Above: These colonial anemones are each brandishing hundreds of stinging cells. 1
23. According to Honolulu police report, Teeter Cosme and three others at about 10 o'clock on the evening of 4 in a secret sting operation were arrested and later released on his $ 500 bail. 1
24. After sting Yesterday, Tunisia swapped humble Schweinfurt for the bright lights and sophistication of Berlin. 1
25. After the death of his stingy wife, Edward loosened up a great deal. 1
26. Again she charged me and I dodged, just missing the stinging swish of the wet towel. 1
27. Allegedly part of an 11-person Russian spy ring, Chapman regularly passed secrets to a Russian government official and was picked up in an FBI sting operation. 1
28. Among them is the Mekong giant catfish, which is the size of a bull shark, and the Mekong stingray, which can weigh up to 600kg. 1
29. An irate Scotchman wrote to a newspaper editor, asking him to stop printing stories about stingy Scots. 1
30. An omelette of rumour, speculation and downright lies, with many a sting in the tail. 1




stings (plural noun)

  - a small sharp-pointed organ at the end of the abdomen of bees, wasps, ants, and scorpions, capable of inflicting a painful or dangerous wound by injecting poison.


stings (third person present) · stung (past tense) · stung (past participle) · stinging (present participle)

  - wound or pierce with a sting.


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