Definition of stifle:
perish, strangle, censor, articulatio genus, inhale, choke off, keep down, clog up, wash, restraint, sigh, weaken, master, gulp, pop off, show, knee joint, genu, fret, burke, squelch, tone down, squeeze out, kick the bucket, exit, quash, quench, hold down, dampen, submerge, sit on, stamp out, smother, increase, die, manage, shut off, sink, congest, cash in one's chips, reduce, drop dead, bother, soften, buy the farm, blow, cut into, trouble, subjugate, foul, give-up the ghost, strangulate, suffocate, hold in, puff, asphyxiate, croak, conceal, breathe, moisten, deaden, deal with, pound, scrag, pass away, decease, hush, fight for breath, bottle up, catch your breath, hold back, break, snuff it, pocket, surround, torment, human knee, halter, back up, black out, knee, conk, choke, repress, interfere with, mute, subdue, extinguish, kill, suffer, expire, put out, dull, damp, pass, clog, swallow, ban, gasp, cramp, kill off, breath, muffle, suppress, hurt, ache, keep back, go, gag.
- "Dotty Dimple At Home", Sophie May.
- "Lives Of The Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences", Arthur L. Hayward.
- "From the Valley of the Missing", Grace Miller White.