Definition of stump noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

stump

noun
stʌmp
 
; stʌmp
 
 
1 [countable] the bottom part of a tree left in the ground after the rest has fallen or been cut down2 [countable] the end of something or the part that is left after the main part has been cut, broken off or worn awaythe stump of a pencil3 [countable] the short part of somebody's leg or arm that is left after the rest has been cut off4 [countable, usually plural] (in cricket) one of the set of three vertical wooden sticks (called the stumps) that form the wicketthe leg/middle/off stumpThe ball went past the batsman and hit the stumps.5 the stump [singular] (informal, especially North American English) the fact of a politician before an election going to different places and trying to get people's support by making speechesThe senator gave his standard stump speech.politicians on the stump
Idioms
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stir your stumps at stir v.