Stive

Stive transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Stived ; present participle & verbal noun Stiving .] [ Probably from French estiver to compress, stow, Latin stipare : confer Italian stivare , Spanish estivar
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Stive

Stive intransitive verb To be stifled or suffocated.
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Stive

Stive noun The floating dust in flour mills caused by the operation or grinding. De Colange.
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Stive

• (v. t.) To stuff; to crowd; to fill full; hence, to make hot and close; to render stifling. • (n.) The floating dust in flour mills caused by the operation or grinding. • (v. i.) To be stifled or suffocated.
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