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stole

verb uk   /stəʊl/ us    /stoʊl/
past simple of steal

stole

noun [C] uk   /stəʊl/ us    /stoʊl/
formal a long, narrow piece of cloth or fur that is worn around the shoulders by women, usually on special occasions: a mink stole specialized religion a long, narrow piece of cloth, especially silk, worn over the shoulders by some priests in the Christian Church during religious ceremonies
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