Stained definition of stained by The Free Dictionary stain st n v stained, staining, stains v To discolor, soil, or spot The spilled juice stained the carpet To bring into disrepute taint or tarnish The scandal stained the mayor s reputation To change the color of a piece of wood, for example by applying a stain To treat a specimen for the microscope with a reagent or dye Staind It s Been Awhile Official Video YouTube Oct , The official video for It s Been Awhile by Staind from their album Break The Cycle available now Subscribe for official content from Atlantic Records Staind The Official Staind Online Community A place where fans can share photos and videos, meet other fans, and . Stained Synonyms, Stained Antonyms Thesaurus His shirt and hand, and even his naked arm, were stained and blotched with blood His clothes were soiled and stained, and his face was covered with ragged beard. Staind Staind s fifth album, titled Chapter V, was released on August , , and became their third consecutive number one.The album opened to sales of , and has since been certified platinum in the U.S The first single, Right Here, was the biggest success from the album, garnering much mainstream radio play and peaking at number on the mainstream rock chart. Stained Synonyms, Stained Antonyms Merriam Webster Love words Need even definitions Subscribe to America s largest dictionary and get thousands definitions and advanced search ad free Staind Outside Official Video YouTube Oct , The official video of Outside by Staind from the album Break the Cycle available now Subscribe for official content from Atlantic Records Follow Staind Home Facebook Staind ,, likes , talking about this Staind Live From Mohegan Sun CD DVD Blu Ray Stain Definition of Stain by Merriam Webster Verb The red wine stained the carpet He stained the wood a dark cherry color The accusations stained his reputation. Noun There s a juice stain on the floor She has a stain on her shirt Will those grass stains wash out Stain Define Stain at Dictionary to color or dye wood, cloth, etc by any of various processes that change or react with the substance chemically.