I was still foaming.
We’re still prideful.
"But still, we're not post-gender.
There’s still more achievement to be had.
Will you still love me if I’m an alcoholic?
Segregation is still pervasive, he reckons.
Its speed still increases but by a smaller amount.
Day traders are still charging enormous gains in various targeted stocks.
You'll still need to eat; you'll still need to clothe yourself."
This murder attack still makes us feel goosebumps and is still on our minds.
Millions of Americans are still unemployed and many children are still learning online.
Nazi Books is still open; old Gerhard still greets customers with a friendly “Heil Hitler.”
"And COVID-19 is still here, still circulating, and still causing suffering."
“You still have a lot of projects still in the works, because there is still demand,” she said.
She was still yet to see her daughter get married, she was still yet to live the life she planned and worked so hard for.
He’s still out there and still training world champions and still in the corner for World Championship fights.
The gender pay gap still exists, men still dominate certain professions and women still report being treated unfairly because of their gender.
"They will still be celebrities stripped of their luxuries, they will still be facing their fears, they will still be living in a camp on basic rations of rice and beans.
New research from the company that discovered the SolarWinds attacks shows the hackers are still active, still gathering intelligence businesses and government agencies, and still planning to stay for a while.
Yes, the extinction tables show a mounting tally, and yet there is still the hoot of owls in the evening, still the flash of orange as monarch butterflies make their way north with the spring, still the boil of water before a fluke breaks the surface, still the squawk and stench of a hundred thousand penguin chicks in a rookery, still the patient trudge of a tortoise across the sand, still the slap of a beaver tail against a still nighttime pond, still the craning neck of a giraffe stretching for the last acacia leaf at the top of a tree.
- used of pictures; of a single or static photograph not presented so as to create the illusion of motion; or representing objects not capable of motion
Example: a still photograph
- a static photograph (especially one taken from a movie and used for advertising purposes)
Example: he wanted some stills for a magazine ad
- with reference to action or condition; without change, interruption, or cessation
Example: it's still warm outside
- not in physical motion
- make calm or still
- despite anything to the contrary (usually preceding a concession)
- marked by absence of sound
- (poetic) tranquil silence
Example: the still of the night
- cause to be quiet or not talk
- not sparkling
Example: a still wine
- lessen the intensity of or calm
- an apparatus used for the distillation of liquids; consists of a vessel in which a substance is vaporized by heat and a condenser where the vapor is condensed
- (of a body of water) free from disturbance by heavy waves
- to a greater degree or extent; used with comparisons
- a plant and works where alcoholic drinks are made by distillation
- without moving or making a sound
Example: he sat still as a statue
- free from noticeable current
Example: a still pond
- make motionless
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Yes the extinction tables show a mounting tally and yet there is still the hoot of owls in the evening still the flash of orange as monarch butterflies make their way north with the spring still the boil of water before a fluke breaks the surface still the squawk and stench of a hundred thousand penguin chicks in a rookery still the patient trudge of a tortoise across the sand still the slap of a beaver tail against a still nighttime pond still the craning neck of a giraffe stretching for the last acacia leaf at the top of a tree