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Cornelius Tacitus is called Cornelius the Still in the Fardle of Facions, “still” being a translation of the Latin word tacitus.

“Cornelius the Stylle in his firste book of his yerely exploietes called in Latine Ansales . .”—Ch. iii. s. 3 (1555).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Sterry (in Hudibras)
Stewing in their own Gravy
Stick
Stickler
Stiff
Stigmata
Stigmatise
Stigmites, or St. Stephen’s Stones
Stiletto of the Storm (The)
Still
Still Sow
Still Waters Run Deep
Stilling (John Henry)
Stilo Novo
Stimulants of Great Men
Stinkomalee
Stipulate
“Stir Up” Sunday
Stirrup (A)
Stirrup Cup