If a donkey <stales> there

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High on grammar

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Hello everyone:

I have come across a sentence that is kind of strange. This is how the sentence reads:

Its soil is so good that if a donkey stales there, in one night the grass will grow to the height of a man.


What does “stale” mean here?

  • Cagey

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    Where did you see this High on grammar?

    You should write out the name of the source in the post itself. A link is not sufficient. In this case, the link merely brings us to this thread.
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