from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of shtick.
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- n. Alternative spelling of shtick.
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- n. (Yiddish) a little; a piece
- n. (Yiddish) a prank or piece of clowning
- n. (Yiddish) a devious trick; a bit of cheating
- n. (Yiddish) a contrived and often used bit of business that a performer uses to steal attention
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One of her main schtick is that she supposedly is a big champion'er of full disclosure.
Sorry Evan, your schtick is a little tough to swallow since you didn't have the same vigilance when a massive surplus was turned into a massive deficit between 200-2008.
After 12 episodes the schtick is already getting old.
VAN DYKE: Well, yes, it wasn't a dream thing, but we were just reminiscing about what happened, all the craziness that went on, and more what they call schtick luck happened.
As a pretend doctor myself I can tell you that your schtick is painfully obvious, why do you persist?
PatrioticLiberalChristian says: back-up, your “both sides” schtick is getting old, boring, and down-right irritating.
Thor, your whole "I'm too erudite to wallow in the sty of mediocrity with the rest of you pigs because I read * serious* books in third grade" schtick is seriously underwhelming me here.
This year's Blogathon auction schtick is me posting fiction/poetry I wrote that you made something for/about; we auction off the piece and take sponsorship for the story, and all money goes to the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center.
Uh, Dana Scully, someone has stolen your schtick is screwing it up badly!
As an avid TP reader, Lib/Prog/Dem, I would like to tell EugeneDebs that your schtick is not appreciated.