noun, plural stim·u·li [stim-yuh-lahy] /ˈstɪm yəˌlaɪ/.
Origin of stimulus
Examples from the Web for stimuli
Should there be another stimulus—the third, after the Bush and first Obama stimuli?
Where attention has to be secured out of disorder we are justified in making use of stimuli that shock pupils into attention.Principles of Teaching|Adam S. Bennion
Likewise every particle of matter moves from stimuli and obedience to law, regardless of whether it shows in the face or not.Crime: Its Cause and Treatment|Clarence Darrow
Stimuli earlier than A are no longer represented in the after-image.
British Dictionary definitions for stimuli
noun plural -li (-ˌlaɪ, -ˌliː)
Word Origin for stimulus
Medicine definitions for stimuli
n. pl. stim•u•li (-lī′)
Science definitions for stimuli
Plural stimuli (stĭm′yə-lī′)
Culture definitions for stimuli
plur. stimuli (stim-yuh-leye)
An action, condition, or person that provokes a response, especially a conditioned response.