stunt

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To check or hinder the growth or development of

The politician timed his announcement to stunt any surge in the polls his opponent might gain from the convention.

A daring or dangerous feat, often involving the display of gymnastic skills
To show off; to posture

I don't like his style, and he always stuntin'. — Hussein Fatal, I Don't Like That (rap song).

{v} to hinder from or stop in the growth
a tactic used by defensive linemen in which they switch sides in an attempt to get past the blockers
Usually in conjunction with a slogh A defensive player, in order to facilitate the slough, will guard their own player and, if the ball is passed to the offensive player bieng sloughed on, will make a movement to the player with the ball in order to apply some pressure
When a defensive lineman moves into a position that would normally be filled by another defensive lineman It is done to the confuse the offense
A move or arrangement of moves which are dangerous and do not involve weaponry e g A fall down some steps, a jump from a great height Not the fight directors job
To check the growth or development of
If something stunts the growth or development of a person or thing, it prevents it from growing or developing as much as it should. The heart condition had stunted his growth a bit High interest rates have stunted economic growth. + stunted stunt·ed Damage may result in stunted growth and sometimes death of the plant. to stop something or someone from growing to their full size or developing properly
A feat hard to perform; an act which is striking for the skill, strength, or the like, required to do it; a feat
A maneuver by two defensive linemen in which they alter their course to the quarterback, hoping to confuse the offensive linemen and maximize their strengths In most stunts, one defensive lineman sacrifices himself in hopes of his teammate either going unblocked or gaining a physical advantage in his pursuit For example, a defensive end could slant inside while the defensive tackle drops and circles around the end
(TV usage) Stacking a series or a number of thematically-related programs in a specific time period as a special programming event (See also: Blockfeed, Strip)
A stunt is a dangerous and exciting piece of action in a film. Sean Connery insisted on living dangerously for his new film by performing his own stunts
check the growth or development of; "You will stunt your growth by building all these muscles"
Specifically: A whale two years old, which, having been weaned, is lean, and yields but little blubber
perform a stunt or stunts
a creature (especially a whale) that has been prevented from attaining full growth
An unusual charge by the offensive linemen, sometimes in concert with the linebackers, in which they loop around each other during the charge instead of charging straight ahead
{i} daring feat, exploit, act requiring great strength or skill; something that is done to attract attention
A programming maneuver that moves a show from its usual time slot to a more advantageous slot or multiple time periods in order to boost ratings or introduce a new program It also refers to unusual or sensational programming designed to grab attention during sweeps periods See hammock and double pumping
when a person put a person into the air or on top of one another Any skill or feat involving mounting, a pyramid, or toss Usually does not refer to jumps or tumbling
A stunt is something interesting that is done in order to attract attention and get publicity for the person or company responsible for it. In a bold promotional stunt for the movie, he smashed his car into a passing truck
{f} perform a stunt; impede the growth or development of, dwarf, retard
a difficult or unusual or dangerous feat; usually done to gain attention
A check in growth; also, that which has been checked in growth; a stunted animal or thing
a difficult or unusual or dangerous feat; usually done to gain attention a creature (especially a whale) that has been prevented from attaining full growth perform a stunt or stunts check the growth or development of; "You will stunt your growth by building all these muscles
A stunt is any action that is later described as crazy by one or more people witnessing or hearing about it Such as "Holy cow, that's such a crazy stunt, I would never jump off of that!"
To hinder from growing to the natural size; to prevent the growth of; to stint, to dwarf; as, to stunt a child; to stunt a plant
stunt double
A type of body double, specifically, a skilled stand-in used for dangerous film or video sequences, in motion pictures and television, such as jumping out of a building, jumping from vehicle to vehicle, fight sequences and other sophisticated stunts
stunt doubles
plural form of stunt double
stunt car
automobile used to perform various tricks
stunt double
stunt performer who performs stunts in place of another actor and is chosen for his resemblance to the actor he is replacing
stunt kite
A highly maneuverable kite controlled by two or more lines and flown using both hands. Also called sport kite
stunt man
one who does stunts professionally, one who does stunts that are taped and shown in movies
stunt man
A stunt man is a man whose job is to do dangerous things, either for publicity, or in a film instead of an actor so that the actor does not risk being injured. a man who is employed to take the place of an actor when something dangerous has to be done in a film
stunt man
a stand-in for movie stars to perform dangerous stunts; "his first job in Hollywood was as a double for Clark Gable"
stunt model
special pilot used for demonstrate air operations
stunt woman
A stunt woman is a woman whose job is to do dangerous things, either for publicity, or in a film instead of an actor so that the actor does not risk being injured. a woman who is employed to take the place of an actress when something dangerous has to be done in a film
stunt woman
double: a stand-in for movie stars to perform dangerous stunts; "his first job in Hollywood was as a double for Clark Gable"
publicity stunt
A staged marketing event staged used to garner publicity
publicity-stunt
Attributive form of publicity stunt, noun
stunted
Simple past tense and past participle of stunt

The plant's growth was stunted because it was placed in a closet.

stunting
Present participle of stunt
stunting
Medical term: chronic malnutrition
sweeps stunt
A ludicrous act done by a television network to improve their ratings during sweeps week
acrobatic stunt
a stunt performed by an acrobat
political stunt
trick done to achieve political goals, scheme carried out for political purposes
publicity stunt
commercial stunt, advertising gimmick
stunted
prevented from growing or developing
stunted
Dwarfed
stunted
{s} impeded the growth or development; of low quality; inferior in size
stunted
past of stunt
stunted
inferior in size or quality; "scrawny cattle"; "scrubby cut-over pine"; "old stunted thorn trees"
stunted
not developing properly or to full size
stunting
the performance of stunts while in flight in an aircraft
stunts
third-person singular of stunt
stunts
plural of , stunt
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