Definition of stole:
- A long narrow scarf of silk or stuff, fringed at the ends, and often richly embroidered, worn by R. Cath. and Anglican clergymen crossed on the breast, and hanging on each side nearly to the ground.
- Did steal.
- In bot., a lax trailing branch given off at the summit of the root, and taking root at intervals.
awoken, garland, steal, ate, dog collar, bestrode, shawl, became, bow tie, began, comforter, awoke, cloak, bade, take, wrap, put on, boa, bolo tie, cravat, bandanna, befell, dupatta, arose, begat, feather boa.
- stole (part of speech: verb)
- "Cynthia Wakeham's Money", Anna Katharine Green.
- "Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess", Henry W. Fischer.
- "The Country Doctor", Honore de Balzac.