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  • adj. superlative form of sticky: most sticky.

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Examples

  • Ladies and gentlemen, you are reading the "stickiest" blog by a law professor anywhere in the country.

    Hey, lookee there, we're No. 1! (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • That is because those accounts are the "stickiest," meaning customers are less likely to flee to a rival.

    The Great Customer Courtship

  • Each visitor spent an average of six hours and twenty-eight minutes during the month, also according to Nielsen, nearly triple the time spent on the next "stickiest" site,

    Facebook Wants to Know More

  • What are the environmentally stickiest and least ameliorable sectors?

    Matthew Yglesias » The Limits to Growth

  • January 29th, 2010 at 9: 17 pm if the stickiest and least ameliorable environmental problems are jet air transportation, animal-based agriculture, and large detached single-family residences with large yards, then perhaps we should talk about “limits to jet air transportation, animal-based agriculture, and large detached single-family residences with large yards.”

    Matthew Yglesias » The Limits to Growth

  • For instance, if the stickiest and least ameliorable environmental problems are jet air transportation, animal-based agriculture, and large detached single-family residences with large yards, then perhaps we should talk about “limits to jet air transportation, animal-based agriculture, and large detached single-family residences with large yards.”

    Matthew Yglesias » The Limits to Growth

  • Bring the absolutely stickiest tape you can find, only the kind that will peel off the paint at the end of the semester will do.

    Val Brown: 9 Irreverent Tips for Surviving the Dorm

  • History aside, Robertson's ability to pitch out of the stickiest jams has been nothing short of spectacular.

    Too Bad the Bases Aren't Always Full for Robertson

  • But perhaps the stickiest analogy was the one used by Congressman George Miller of California when he said, This is our Sputnik moment; this is the moment when we as a nation have realized (as we did when Russia launched Sputnik in the 1950s) that we have to change.

    Ellen Galinsky: What It Will Really Mean to "Put Children First"--Reflections on NBC's Education Nation

  • She had her 21st birthday cake, a vast croquembouche, ordered from Fitzbillies and, like Stephen Fry she knew the place as a 90-year-old Cambridge institution, a Grade II listed art deco frontage on a tea shop and bakery that prided itself on selling generations of students the world's stickiest Chelsea buns.

    Saving Fitzbillies: Tim Hayward's life-changing year

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