noun. ['ˈstʌnt'] a difficult or unusual or dangerous feat; usually done to gain attention.
- Russian roulette
- acrobatic feat
Words that Rhyme with Stunt
Example sentences of the word stunt
1. Verb, base form
Incorrect planting conditions can stunt your live oak tree and make it more susceptible to disease.
A slight brush against some species can undo decades of growth and hamper or entirely stunt regrowth.
3. Noun, singular or mass
Alkaline growing conditions may necessitate frequent fertilization and stunt or even kill the palm.
Quotes containing the word stunt
1. Stunt dwarf or destroy the imagination of a child and you have taken away its chances of success in life. Imagination transforms the commonplace into the great and creates the new out of the old.
- L. Frank Baum
verb. ['ˈstʌnt'] check the growth or development of.
noun. ['ˈstʌnt'] a creature (especially a whale) that has been prevented from attaining full growth.
- animate being
verb. ['ˈstʌnt'] perform a stunt or stunts.
- fall short of