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4. Slang, fuss, to-do, commotion, hubbub, brouhaha, uproar, turmoil, disturbance, upset; scandal, crisis. stinking, adj. 1. fetid, reeking, reeky, stenchful, smelly, foul-smelling, ill-smelling, strong-smelling, malodorous, stinking; noisome, mephitic, foul, rank, offensive, disgusting, nauseating; putrid, rancid, rotten, tainted, spoiled, strong, game, miasmal, miasmatic.
2. Slang, drunk, Inf. boozed, SI. soused, SI. plastered, SI. smashed, SI. bombed, SI. wasted; in one's cups, intoxicated, inebriated.
3. Slang, very rich, wealthy, flush, SI. loaded, made of money, rolling in riches or dough.
4. contemptible, despicable, sorry, wretched; disgusting, vile, mean, base, low, obnoxious. stint, v. 1. limit, set limits to, restrict, circumscribe, confine; restrain, constrain, bind, inhibit; define, fix, set; prohibit, proscribe.
2. scrimp, economize, conserve, save, be sparing or frugal; dole, pinch, cramp, straiten, cut down on, curb; skimp, pinch pennies, tighten the purse strings, tighten one's belt, cut corners; be penurious, be parsimonious, be stingy or cheap, Inf. pinch a penny till it squeaks. -n. 3. limitation, restriction, constraint, restraint, check, curb, control; condition, qualification, reservation, exception.
4. allotment, lot, portion, part, piece, piece of the pie, helping, measure, dose; share, ration, quota, allowance, sum, pittance.
5. chore, task, job, work; routine, exercise, turn; assignment, duty, obligation, charge, care, responsibility. stipend, n. 1. salary, pay, earnings, wages, hire; remuneration, recompense, remittance, reward, emolument.
2. allowance, honorarium, provision, viaticum, allotment, quarterage, subvention; grant, fellowship, scholarship, assistantship, subsidy, bounty; pension, annuity, Law. alimony, payment, support, maintenance. stipp'e, v. dot, dab, dapple, paint, tattoo; spot, maculate, bespot, mottle, blotch, splotch; daub, bedaub, fleck, speck; spatter, speckle, bespeckle, freckle, sprinkle, spangle, stipulate, v. 1. specify, determine, fix, designate, indicate; stickle for, contend for, insist upon, make a point of, condition, Inf. have a catch; qualify, set conditions, attach a condition, limit, set terms; require, demand, warrant, render, provide.
2. agree to, bargain for, contract, compact, covenant; promise, pledge, guarantee, insure, assure, certify; arrange, underwrite, give, settle, engage, stipulation, n. condition, prerequisite, essential, specification, given, Fr. donnee; demand, requirement, must, Latin, sine qua non; obligation, agreement, article, arrangement, convention; promise, term, part of the bargain, Inf. string, Inf. catch, fine print; provision, clause, proviso, qualification, contingency, stir, v. 1. mix, commix, intermix, scramble; blend, mingle, commingle, intermingle; fuse, merge, amalgamate; beat, whip, churn.
2. move, budge, act; trouble oneself, move an inch, exert oneself, make an effort, lift a finger; shift, change positions, roll, go, move over, slide, pass.
3. flutter, flicker, jiggle, twitch, itch; rustle, agitate, disturb, perturb, upset, trouble; vibrate, palpitate, pulsate, throb, go pit-a-pat; shake, jog, joggle, quiver, quaver, quake; shudder, tremble, dance.
4. bestir, move about, mill about, be up and about, be up and doing; bustle, hustle, flit, flutter, step lively, shake a leg; scramble, whirl, rush, buzz about, dart to and fro; push, SI. get down to it, Inf. go all out, Inf. get moving, SI. get a move on.

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