Origin of stoss
Definition for stoss (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for stoss
Instead of either of these, Stoss, whom Bulke and Wilke had lowered by a rope, dropped down beside her.
Why couldn't you let me dance the first day under Webster and Forster, as Mr. Stoss and everybody else advised?
Bulke in the part he now played aroused as much admiration in Frederick and the artists as Stoss, if not more.
Stoss is the place, and there's a chapel built on the very spot.
Stoss was being transported across the deck by his valet, who, as always, held him by his coat collar.