Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Self-adhesive: a self-stick envelope.

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Examples

  • On some of them I put scrapbook borders around, and some have the names/dates on them, using self-stick letters/numbers.

    Hints From Heloise

  • The Wares: Patterns and murals by Timorous Beasties, Catherine Martin, Cole & Son, Tracy Kendall, Porridge and Patch NYC alongside its in-house line of self-stick wallpapers, featuring prints culled from the company's vast textile archive.

    I Can Get It For You Retail

  • A sleeve can be attached with self-stick velcro to the back of a quilt, and a curtain rod run through it for hanging on a dining room wall.

    Quilts in the Home

  • Set includes 3 PicoPad holders, 3 pens and 9 sets of compatible 15-sheet self-stick notes.

    Picopad Brain for Wallets

  • The upper drawers held pens and pencils, envelopes, stamps, self-stick return address labels, a checkbook.

    The Hard Way

  • After all that letter lovin 'it's time to show numbers some sugar, and the self-stick

    Original Signal - Transmitting Web 2.0

  • Bath/shower: To make bathing safer, buy a non-slip rubber mat or put down self-stick strips on the tub/shower floor, and install grab bars for support.

    RVABlogs

  • So I got these 8x10 canvas, some acrylic paint and self-stick rhinestones.

    Bong Mom's CookBook

  • Next time you eat out, make sure you take along a Neat Solutions table topper disposable, self-stick placemat.

    One Chic Mama

  • Although you can simply cut strips of fiberglass insulation and wind them carefully around the pipe and tape them in place, it's far easier and more efficient to buy self-stick pipe insulation sold in 3-ft lengths and bagged or boxed.

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