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stick

Definition of stick:

Common misspellings:

  • stitck (3.0%)
  • sicks (1.5%)
  • stich (6.0%)
  • stic (9.0%)
  • sitck (3.0%)
  • stcick (3.0%)
  • stict (1.5%)
  • stcik (7.5%)
  • sticked (20.9%)
  • stik (7.5%)
  • stoick (1.5%)
  • strick (19.4%)
  • srick (4.5%)
  • stck (9.0%)
  • stickam (3.0%)

Usage examples for stick:

  • I want you to stick to me. "Editorials-from-the-Hearst-Newspapers" – Brisbane, Arthur
  • Cut your stick and quick." "Capt'n Davy's Honeymoon 1893" – Hall Caine
  • Nay then, I'll stick to my Master. "The Busie Body" – Susanna Centlivre Commentator: Jess Byrd
  • Stick round a while. "Fore!" – Charles Emmett Van Loan

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