Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The handle of a walking-stick. See cane.

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Examples

  • Kenney helped stick-handle this issue through the Conservative side of the aisle; and Martin helped give the issue important early momentum -- and non-partisan credentials -- through his own private member's motion.

    Ezra Levant: May 2008 Archives

  • Kenney helped stick-handle this issue through the Conservative side of the aisle; and Martin helped give the issue important early momentum -- and non-partisan credentials -- through his own private member's motion.

    Government to launch inquiry into CHRC "investigative techniques", section 13 - Ezra Levant

  • He spoke of the ability to stick-handle, pass and create scoring opportunities.

    USATODAY.com - Gretzky sees game's past and future in outdoor game

  • NHL Slapshot will also include a hockey stick controller attachment - a first for a video game - that its creators say will allow players to shoot, pass, stick-handle and check with an unrivalled degree of realism.

    Toronto Sun

  • I couldn't stick-handle like the rest of them, but it was a fun game.

    TimesCall.com

  • They looked terrible: Grandmother sitting among her spreading skirts, her face trembling with a weak forgiving sweetness, her hands clasped on her stick-handle with a strength which showed that if she was not allowed to forgive she would be merciless; Aunt Alphonsine, covering her bosom with those arms which looked so preternaturally and rapaciously long in the tight sleeves that Frenchwomen always love, and fingering now and then the scar that crossed her oval face as if it were an amulet the touch of which inspired her to be righteous and malign.

    The Judge

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