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- v. To stay; to linger; to remain.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. be available or ready for a certain function or service
- v. stay put (in a certain place)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
You stick around here every night with that dog of yourn.
She can stick around the ranch and get half a dozen columns out of any of half a dozen subjects, while the writer chap can get the dope on lion-hunting ....
I thought he would have wanted to stick around to witness the Bronx Massacre for himself.
Whatever message, if any, she received from me, Maureen Browne said, “You want me to stick around for a while?”
"Hilario's friend didn't stick around long," Felix said.
My father started his first business when he was 10, sitting in the limbs of oak trees in La Grange, Illinois, waiting for rattle-snakes to slither along so he could trap them with a forked stick around the base of the head.
Uhura wanted to stick around to see what was up, but Thanas and the others were leaving.
Seems to me you could stick around and do some heroing.
In Boulder they stick around on the sidewalk with their cell phones and their yellow Labradors named Misty.