I think I would go for three strikes and you're out.
Nobody really know
What he stood for: Inventor of a type of traffic signal and a respiratory protective hood. What he believed in: I don't really know.
The sign's boldness really stood out.
She stood up for getting an education and girls in her country couldn't.
In the all white room, the minuscule drop of blood really stood out.
Sometime people get really scared, especially if this is one of their first relationships/dates. You should talk to the person who stood you up and see what happened. Maybe something really important came up and they just didn't have time to let you know.
No, the word stood is not an adverb.Stood is a verb, because it is an action.
A better man stood in two shoes
it is standing---The present perfect tense of "stand":I have stoodYou have stoodHe/she/it has stoodWe have stoodThey have stoodIs standing is the third person singular in the present continuous.
He's not really evil. He began the show angry that Lois, as he saw it, stood in his way.
there isn't really a MAIN theme song for twilight but i think the one that stood out most that everyone really LOVED was Decode by Paramore
i stood for my rights.
Stood is a verb.
The goddesses Athena and Aphrodite were never really friends. Athena was a virgin goddess and stood against love, which Aphrodite stood for. Plus, before the Trojan War, they were rivals for the golden apple marked 'To the Fairest'.
The mother called the children inside as she stood on the veranda. "We should really get the veranda fixed", said Father.
£6000 a week he went to my secondary school, really good at the game, stood out a mile. one to watch
Was it you who stood over there?
Stood has one syllable.
No, "stood" is the past tense of "stand".
She stood for a democratic union and psychology
Stood is also the past participle.
Stood and Still
Stood is the past tense of stand
No, but stood can mean rose, which is a homophone of rows.