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There are 11 words ending with STAY

STAYstay v. (Transitive) To prop; support; sustain; hold up; steady.
stay v. (Transitive) To support from sinking; to sustain with strength; to satisfy in part or for the time.
stay v. (Transitive) To stop; detain; keep back; delay; hinder.
UPSTAYupstay v. (Now rare) To sustain, support.
UPSTAY v. to sustain.
BOBSTAYbobstay n. (Nautical) A strong rope or chain rigging running from the end of the bowsprit to the ship’s stem or cutwater.
BOBSTAY n. a rope used on ships to steady the bowsprit.
OUTSTAYoutstay v. (Transitive) To stay beyond or longer than.
OUTSTAY v. to surpass in staying power.
BACKSTAYbackstay n. (Nautical) A part of the rigging of a sailing ship extending from masthead the top of the mast to the…
backstay n. A strengthening or supporting piece that is built into the back of something.
BACKSTAY n. a stay extending from ship's mastheads to the side of the ship.
FORESTAYforestay n. (Nautical) A stay that extends from the top of the foremast to the bow or bowsprit of a sailing ship.
forestay v. (Transitive) To stay beforehand; secure or fasten with or as with a forestay.
forestay v. (Transitive) To stay, delay, postpone, or hinder beforehand; forestall; prevent.
HEADSTAYheadstay n. (Nautical) Synonym of forestay.
HEADSTAY n. a support for a ship's foremast.
HOMESTAYhomestay n. A system whereby students, visiting a foreign country to study, board with a local family at an affordable price.
homestay n. A house used primarily as the residence of the owner but with the business of accommodating paying guests.
HOMESTAY n. the time during which a foreigner lives with a local family.
JACKSTAYjackstay n. (Nautical) A stay (rope, bar or batten), running along a ship’s yard, to which is attached the head…
jackstay n. (Nautical) A cable between two ships or from a ship to a fixed point which can be used to support a…
jackstay n. (Nautical) A line (rope, webbing or cable), attached to a boat at the ends, to which a safety harness…
MAINSTAYmainstay n. A chief support.
mainstay n. Someone or something that can be depended on to make a regular contribution.
mainstay n. (Nautical) A stabilising rope from the top of the mainmast to the bottom of the foremast.
OVERSTAYoverstay v. (Intransitive) To remain present after the agreed or appropriate departure time.
overstay v. (Transitive) To remain present beyond the limits of.
overstay n. The act of staying too long.

Scrabble words — in black are valid world wide — in RED are not valid in North America — in GREEN are valid only in North America.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org and 1Word.ws.

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  • English Wiktionary: 37 words
  • Scrabble in French: no word
  • Scrabble in Spanish: 2 words
  • Scrabble in Italian: no word
  • Scrabble in German: no word
  • Scrabble in Romanian: no word

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