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Synonyms for stem

stem from something

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Synonyms for stem

the main part of a word to which affixes are attached

Synonyms for stem

(linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed

cylinder forming a long narrow part of something

the tube of a tobacco pipe

front part of a vessel or aircraft

a turn made in skiing

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grow out of, have roots in, originate in

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cause to point inward

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stop the flow of a liquid

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remove the stem from

References in classic literature ?
After making her fast, they swarmed the sides and searched the vessel from stem to stern.
Later in the day I got together the whole crew, and told them, as they evidently thought there was some one in the ship, we would search from stem to stern.
For half an hour the awful suspense endured, and then with a terrific crash the vessel struck, shivering and trembling from stem to stern.
We had better be going together over the ship, Captain," said the senior partner; and the three men started to view the perfections of the Nan-Shan from stem to stern, and from her keelson to the trucks of her two stumpy pole-masts.
The U-33 trembled from stem to stern as the torpedo shot from its tube.
I think that we should have succeeded, even though the ship was wracked from stem to stern by the terrific buffetings she received, and though she were half submerged the greater part of the time, had no further accident befallen us.
Wanderers have increased in number; ships leave the Thames for distant regions, carrying from stem to stern no other cargo; the bells are silent; they ring out no entreaties or regrets; they are used to it and have grown worldly.
Now, almost every ship has wi-fi from stem to stern and cruise lines have invested millions in networks and even satellites for exclusive use to ensure passengers stay connected.
Since then, we have checked Juno from stem to stern and back again.
It's about a relevant customer experience from stem to stern, focusing every function of the organization, and hopefully your distribution partners' organizations, toward customer-first thinking.
The body measures just 3,600mm from stem to stern and 1,600mm wide, so parking it shouldn't present too much of a difficulty.
From stem to stern, CleanAHull[TM] systems protect the hull, running gear, sea chests, and raw water systems form the adverse effects of fouling.