|(Anatomy) part of the lower brain that resembles a stem and connects the brain to the spinal cord, part of brain joining spinal column||brainstem|
|(Botany) cluster of flowers; flat-topped or convex inflorescence in which the individual flower stalks grow upward from various points on the main stem to approximately the same height, flat flower head||corymb|
|(Botany) main axis of a plant (especially a trunk or stem), main plant stem, monopode||monopodium|
|acrobat, amount in tumbler, drinking glass, drinking glass without a stem or handle; acrobat; part of a lock which releases the bolt to move; gear-moving part of a transmission, cog for transmitting power from a rotating shaft (Machines); species of do...||tumbler|
|add prefix to, arrange in advance, introduce with something, place before or in front of; add a prefix, add a word or word stem to the beginning of a word; set or arrange in advance, put before something, something preceding something else, title, word...||prefix|
|anchoring loop, ball carrier, base runner, blue runner, candidate, carpet strip, climbing plant, creeping stem that grows roots, deep-water marine fish, door or drawer slide, fabric strip, messenger, one who runs; candidate, competitor (in a race or el...||runner|
|angle between stem and branch (Botany), space between leaf and stem||axil|
|antagonistic, contrary, facing the stem, harmful, hostile; contrary; opposed||adverse|
|any of several mental disorders involving physical and emotional symptoms (such as bodily pain, anxiety, depression, etc.) that do not stem from any obvious physiological change (Medicine), mild psychiatric disorder, psychoneurosis||neurosis|
|appearing stemless, having a short stem||acaulescent|
|aquatic plant, caltrop, Chinese plant with an edible stem, crunchy nutlike corm in Asian cooking, water caltrop||water chestnut|
|architectural column, escape, leafless flower stalk, leafless stem, part of feather or antenna||scape|
|arise, come from, originate; remove the stem from; stop, check, dam up; restrain, hold back, base of a word, central stalk of a plant; petiole; slender part which connects or supports; main part of a word to which affixes are added (Grammar); family li...||stem|
|arranged in clusters around a common stem (Botany), clustered like bunch of grapes, with flowers clustered along stem, with youngest flowers at tip||racemose|
|at end of stem, at the very end, causing death, device linked to computer, dying, either end of a passenger line; bus or train station; point of connection to a current (Electricity), electrical conductor, end part, extremity, closing, concluding, fina...||terminal|
|away from stem, earlier, first, earlier; previous, going before, in front, near front of body||anterior|
|axillar, between leaf or branch and stem, of armpit, of the armpit, pertaining to the armpit (Anatomy); pertaining to the axil, of the angle between stem and branch (Botany)||axillary|
|bamboo stem, beat somebody, hit with a stick, long-stemmed plant, stem of fruit plant, stick for punishment beatings, rod; sugar cane; reed, walking stick, woven stems||cane|
|bamboo stem, tall stiff-stemmed plant, tall tropical grass having a hollow woody stem; stem of the bamboo plant (used to make furniture and as a building material)||bamboo|
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