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  1. stunt
    IPA[stənt]
  2. noun

    • 1. an action displaying spectacular skill and daring:

      the stunt involved jumping out of a hot-air balloon while attached to a piece of elastic the display is by some of the world's top stunt fliers
    • 2. something unusual done to attract attention:

      the story was spread as a publicity stunt to help sell books

    verb

    • 1. perform stunts, especially aerobatics:

      agile terns are stunting over the water
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: stunt, plural noun: stunts

    • v.: verb: stunt, 3rd person present: stunts, gerund or present participle: stunting, past tense: stunted, past participle: stunted

    • verb

      prevent from growing or developing properly:
    • noun

      an action displaying spectacular skill and daring:

      something unusual done to attract attention:

    • verb

      perform stunts, especially aerobatics:
    • verb

      prevent from growing or developing properly:
    • adjective

      having been prevented from growing or developing properly:
    • adjective

      having been prevented from growing or developing properly:
    • noun

      a trained professional who stands in for an actor in order to perform dangerous or physically demanding stunts:
    • noun

      the casting of a very famous actor or other celebrity as a guest star in a movie or TV show, in order to garner publicity:
    • noun

      the practice of casting a famous actor or other celebrity in a small role in order to publicize or promote a television programme, film, or play:
    • noun

      a trained professional who stands in for an actor in order to perform dangerous or physically demanding stunts:
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