from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense and past participle of stick.
- v. Printing Past tense and past participle of stick.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stick (still used in some senses, archaic in others).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete past participle of stick.
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Indeed, they could show that a small label sticked on the enclosure prevented the corresponding area on the backside of the iPhone to turn red. "
But this 2009, Winter season anime didnt get me much more 'sticked' to anime.
Soldiers sticked to hold post oneself in the greatness armored group of fleets, every time watching up enemy pulse.
Seven of them, with glimmering eyes and steady legs, had capped a day of Scotch with swivel-sticked cocktails and sat down to dinner.
I want the pathetic rightwingers of this country to continue to waste their money by sending it in to this lip-sticked badger's PAC.
The right hand was OK but the left hand had to have the tape sticked, and of course that's not - certainly not the way I've been brought up to play.
Might try an emerger (I'd use a bead head to get through the scum) tossed over some floating debris and slowly pulled or high sticked to the surface.
For what i'm concerned, if a bike looks great, works great, I don't give the smallest fly of who build it and what logo has sticked on the gas tank, as long as it makes me happy.
About 6 minutes before White's goal, the Maple Leafs were able to kill off 5: 44 of penalty time that started with 10 seconds left in the second period after Lee Stempniak high-sticked Andrej Sekera.
May 3, 2010 at 3:41 pm goodi, u bring da budz an stickibunz. *yoinkz gammacat. stickity handz sticked togeffer* ur inna my custardy nao, mam. off 2 da NB.