-Stock appears in the following tongue twisters:
- If you stick a stock of liquor in your locker
it is slick to stick a lock upon your stock
or some joker who is slicker
is going to trick you of your liquor
if you fail to lock your liquor with a lock.
- Give me the gift of a grip-top sock,
A clip drape shipshape tip top sock.
Not your spinslick slapstick slipshod stock,
But a plastic, elastic grip-top sock.
None of your fantastic slack swap slop
From a slap dash flash cash haberdash shop.
Not a knick knack knitlock knockneed knickerbocker sock
With a mock-shot blob-mottled trick-ticker top clock.
Not a supersheet seersucker rucksack sock,
Not a spot-speckled frog-freckled cheap sheik's sock
Off a hodge-podge moss-blotched scotch-botched block.
Nothing slipshod drip drop flip flop or glip glop
Tip me to a tip top grip top sock.
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-Stock appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- "Ref, nine men in stark cots stock rats," nine men infer.
- "Stock coriander!" a pot-detractor still opined to help a man, "If in a maple-hot den I poll it’s rot carted to pare DNA, I rock cots".
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Definition of -Stock
What does -Stock mean?
- Forming the names of theme-based festivals or concerts.
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Statistics show that we lose more fools on this day than on all other days of the year put together. This proves, by the numbers left in stock, that one Fourth of July per year is now inadequate, the country has grown so. (Mark Twain)
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