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STOOL, n. G., a stool, a stock, a pew, a chair, the see of a bishop. This coincides with stall and still. A stool is that which is set, or a seat.

1. A seat without a back a little form consisting of a board with three or four legs, intended as a set for one person.
2. The seat used in evacuating the contents of the bowels hence, an evacuation a discharge from the bowels.
3. L. A sucker a shoot from the bottom of the stem or the root of a plant.

Stool of repentance, in Scotland, an elevated seat in the church, on which persons sit as a punishment for fornication and adultery.

STOOL, In agriculture, to ramify to tiller, as grain to shoot out suckers.


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Entry for 'Stool'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/kjd/s/stool.html.

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