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Adjective: stale (staler,stalest)  steyl
  1. Lacking freshness, palatability, or showing deterioration from age
    "stale bread"; "the beer was stale"
  2. Lacking originality or spontaneity; no longer new
    "stale news";
    - cold, dusty, moth-eaten
Verb: stale  steyl
  1. Urinate, of cattle and horses

Derived forms: staled, staler, staling, stales, stalest

See also: addled, bad, cold, corrupt [archaic], day-old, flyblown, hard, maggoty, moldy [N. Amer], mouldy [Brit, Cdn], musty, old, putrescent, putrid, rancid, rotten, spoiled, spoilt, staleness, tainted, unoriginal

Type of: make water, micturate [formal], pass water, pee [informal], pee-pee [informal], piddle [informal], relieve oneself [informal], spend a penny [Brit, informal], take a leak [informal], urinate, wee [Brit, informal], wee-wee [informal], widdle [Brit, informal]

Antonym: fresh

Encyclopedia: Stale, Poland