Definition of stud:
stunner, circlet, overwhelm, post, cameo, cockerel, sprinkle, litter, flange, clump, go beyond, hunk, dot, alpha male, abound, framework, lady's man, knockout, band, patterning, boy, boar, he-man, scatter, infest, contract bridge, decor, detailing, babe magnet, gantry, buck, gin rummy, foundation, framing, flock, remould, flat, hottie, anklet, clasp, break the ... barrier, billy goat, upright, canasta, costume jewelry, bald, radial, disperse, surpass, heart-throb, stud poker, macho-man, bridge, cartwheel, babe, hubcap, pontoon, cufflink, cribbage, scantling, buttress, superstud, choker, bullock, boss, stick, trim, drawstring, poker, overlay, frame, hub, brooch, dust, buckle, dog, stanchion, lady-killer, constellate, predominate, god, adornment, patience, ornament, clip, doll, beefcake, pretty boy, Adonis, button, bull, belt, lovely, grip, ladies' man, exceed, embellishment, bracelet, braces, top, cock, border, eye, inner tube, beautiful, scaffold, support, cummerbund, blackjack, eyelet, beggar-thy-neighbor, cluster, rivet, decoration, studhorse, looker, bangle.
- "The Pirates of Ersatz", Murray Leinster.
At the same time it does not follow that composers of inferior talent should be allowed a liberty which with them often degenerates into licence, and imagine that it is only necessary for them to stud their scores with consecutive fifths and octaves, and avoid any but the most out- of- the- way modulations in order at once to be ranked as men of genius.- "Masters of French Music", Arthur Hervey.
- "The Bushman Life in a New Country", Edward Wilson Landor.