/ˈstɛmi/ (say 'stemee)

noun Colloquial
stem1 (def. 16).

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • stemmy — I. ˈstemē, mi adjective ( er/ est) Etymology: stem (I) + y : abounding in or mixed with stems; especially : consisting largely of stems a stemmy hay from which most of the leaves have been lost in handling …   Useful english dictionary

  • stemmy — adjective Resembling, or characterised by, stems. a stemmy plant …   Wiktionary

  • stemmy — adjective (stemmier; est) Date: 1863 1. abounding in stems 2. of wine having a bitter aftertaste …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • stemmy — stem·my …   English syllables

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  • stemminess — noun The state or condition of being stemmy …   Wiktionary

  • Tetraneuris scaposa (DC.) Greene — Symbol TESC2 Common Name stemmy four nerve daisy Botanical Family Asteraceae …   Scientific plant list

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