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Correct spelling:
A well established article of commerce.

What does the acronym staple stand for?

STAPLE abbreviation definitions:
–  Social Technical Administrative Political Legal And Economic
–  Strategic Technology Assisted Professional Learning Environment


necessary, basic
fundamental, popular, essential, principal, primary, important, in demand, chief, key, predominant, standard, main.
basic, staple.
complete work, extant works, complete works, opera omnia.
closure, grapnel, cleat, spike, clinch, clasp, rabbet, mediator, anchor, bond, chain, agent, button, bonding, pin, seal, cinch, fuse, guy, mucilage, binding, nail, brad, binder, fastener, paste, band, lace, stitch, middleman, twine, medium, clamp, knitting, lock, connector, bolt, hawser, Vinculum, hitch, hasp, cincture, strap, stay, fastening, thread, catch, clip, buckle, latch, tack, splice, ligament, hook, weld, knot, skewer, braid, brace, zipper, coupling, vise, bracket, link, go-between, rivet, belt, hinge, suture, string, tie, cement, cotter, glue, snap.
tissue, Cilia, thread, woof, woofs, Tissues, footlet, tendril, fibril, fibrils.
matter, raw materials, material, substance, stuff, element, ore.
effects, inventory, commodity, goods, ware, merchandise, stock, cargo, article, produce.
natural resources
raw material.
indispensable, without fail, compulsory, vital, of necessity, at all costs, obligatory.
needle, spine, fishhook, harpoon, spear, pike, hat pin, gimlet, spur, awl, prong, lance, thumbtack, barb, quill.
raw material
grist, unprocessed material, basic material, organic matter, primal matter.
staff of life
pane, staple food, panes, daily bread, necessary food.
necessary, chief, principal.
essential, basic, raw material.
concreteness, way of it, general meaning, name of game.
Examples of usage:
  1. The legumes, such as clover, and the stable manures are rich in nitrogen, and when the scheme of farming involves their use on all the land of the farm, no need of purchased nitrogen may arise in the production of staple crops. – Crops and Methods for Soil Improvement by Alva Agee
  2. He had in the mean time been occupying much of his leisure with inventions, more particularly in connection with the weaving of cotton and the preparation of the staple for spinning. – Self Help by Samuel Smiles
  3. The native cotton was of short staple, and adhered strongly to the seed. – Ismailia by Samuel W. Baker
  4. Some years ago, before tea, sugar, and flour had come into general use, salt fish was much more the staple article of diet than at present, and, I am told, skin diseases were very common, though they are now rare on the islands. – The Aran Islands by John M. Synge
  5. It has been introduced into Ireland and promises to be the salvation of that distressed island of which the potato constitutes the staple diet. – Marvels of Modern Science by Paul Severing