If you want to stob here, you will do as you are dold to do.
True, Ma never hesitated about taking a willow switch to him when he was a young 'un, or a stob of kindling when he got older.
One who forms or mends thatched roofs with a stob, or stake, S. B.
They drove up a stob, nailed a piece to a tree stacked their guns.
stob, stob, n. a small post for supporting paling: a wedge in coal-mining.
He would take his knife and stob my risings to see the matter pop way out.
stob a leedle, or py yiminey I soak yer in der chaw mit dot moosic!
Varney had been in the section next mine at stob's Camp in Scotland, he told me.