An indie rock band that started in Montreal, Quebec, with great vocals and an original sound (which is far from today's horribly inaccurate definition of "emo"). Listen to their music before being jerks and decide for yourself.
Songs by the Stills:

"Lola Stars and Stripes"
"Still in Love Song"
"Ready for It"
by The Sound of Silence January 14, 2006
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To end a sentence and validate your point.
Yo, that jam was hype, still!!
by Ice March 26, 2003
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n. In Pittsburghese, this is an alloy that consists mostly of iron ("ahn" in Pittsburghese) and has a carbon content between 0.2% and 2.1% by weight, depending on the grade. Carbon is the most common alloying material for iron, but various other alloying elements are used, such as manganese, chromium, vanadium, and tungsten. Varying the amount of alloying elements and the form of their presence in the still controls qualities such as the hardness, ductility, and tensile strength of the resulting alloy.

While Pittsburgh is known colloquially as "The Still City" for its historical still manufacturing base, today its economy is largely based on health care, education, technology, robotics, and financial services. The region is also becoming a hub for oil and natural gas companies' Marcellus Shale production.
Picksburgh used t' make a lotta ahn 'n' still n'at.
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Used when someone has nothing else to say.
Guy 1: Dude. This show has the best soundtrack.
Guy 2: No. The soundtrack has no rhythym.
Guy 1: *Shows example of soundtrack* I told you. It has rhythym.
Guy 2: Fine, it does. But still...
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Used to emphasize a point.
Can be used in every sentence.
"I am going to go over there, still."
"Yo still you know"
"I got five on it still"
by Moose11 December 31, 2008
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A type of phatic communication in which the term is placed at the end of a sentece to create a sense of community.
by kaina December 15, 2004
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1. Present participle tense of the word "still," as opposed to the more common use of the word in reference to "still at" or "still being." Use of the word "stilling" replaces the need for the present tense of "to be" in the sentence.

2.. Passing and/or wasting time occupying a certain space or the attention of a specific object, person etc.

3.. Passing and/or wasting time performing an action or task that may not necessary negate the allotted time given to the person or task.
Person A: Stilling at the party?

Person B: Nah, I left early.
by OracularEcho April 2, 2011
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