Definitions for "Stilts"
Keywords:  bisque, spurs, ware, glaze, greenware
Small pieces of bisque with metal or wire spurs that are used to support glaze ware during the firing process.
Small shapes of bisque with metal or wire spurs used for supporting glazed greenware during firing.
Single or multi-pointed supports that are used to keep the ware from having contact with the shelves during a glaze firing. This eliminates the ware from adhering to the shelves.
A pair of poles or similar supports raised footrests, used to permit walking above the ground or working surface.
1. Sticks, with footrests inside, used by plasterers and sheet rock workers, to reach the upper parts of a wall. 2. Posts that support a structure off of the ground.
Stilts are poles, posts or pillars used to allow a person or structure to stand at a certain distance above the ground. Walking stilts are poles equipped with steps for the feet to stand on, or straps to attach them to the legs, for the purpose of walking while elevated above a normal height. In flood plains, and on beaches or unstable ground, buildings are often constructed on stilts to protect them from damage by water, waves or shifting soil or sand.
Keywords:  mangrove, swamp, wet, roots, plants
roots found in plants of wet areas like mangrove swamp