Origin of stile1
Can be confusedstile style
Definition for stile (2 of 2)
noun Carpentry, Furniture.
Origin of stile2
Examples from the Web for stile
The stile was an old and very solid one, and had come down on him en masse.The Eldest Son|Archibald Marshall
She rested her arms on the stile, and gazed away over the laughing meadow at the terrace.The Tree of Knowledge|Mrs. Baillie Reynolds
Giving help where it is needed is 'helping the lame dog over the stile.'English As We Speak It in Ireland|P. W. Joyce
So when he came to the great stone Arthur alighted, and tied his horse to the stile.Stories of King Arthur and His Knights|U. Waldo Cutler
He went to the stile to see, and behold, a path lay alongside of the way, on the other side of the fence.