“Except that my hair stuck up like Stan Laurel's, there was no sign of whatever it was that had just zipped through my half-sleeping brain and rattled me out of my slumber.”
“People stuck up in towers, or carted away to Devil's Island, or thrown in dungeons, or captured by Zulu tribes, or lowered into viper pits, or stuffed into trunks of cars.”
“He'd doused his cowlick with spray — Rhyme could smell propane, isobutane, and vinyl acetate — but the charming spike still stuck up like Dagwood's.”
“MEREDITH: Well, you could have involved me a little more, or at least stuck up for me when your mother decided to launch into her character assassination.”
“Strands the colors of candy pink, robin's-egg blue, and lime green stuck up in stiff spikes from her scalp.”
“The pines in the front yard had been cut, leaving stumps that stuck up like giant mushrooms; and like the blue caterpillar perched on the mushroom inAlice's Adventures in Wonderland,empty blue oil cans sat on the stumps.”
“Whether it was against bullies or transies or monsters, Porterenes stuck up for one another.”
“Elizabeth attired in such stiff and shining brocade that she could not turn in the saddle, encased in an armour of cloth-of-gold, pearls, and precious stones, her head framed by a starched ruff that stuck up like a lacy sail looked up to see a young boy, dressed as Cupid, suspended by a gold-painted rope over the clock's face.”
“His hair had something slippery on it; it was stuck up in some punk-cool, circa 1980.”
“It was the Right Dishonourable Peter Logan, ex MP, ex MSP, and now probably regretting that prayer in which he asked God that he be remembered for something other than getting a vibrator stuck up his bum.”
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