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adhere to stick or cling firmly (usually followed by "to"). [1/2 definitions]
adhesive able or likely to stick to something; clinging. [1/2 definitions]
baton a thin rod or stick used by a conductor in leading an orchestra. [1/3 definitions]
billiards a game played with long sticks and hard balls on a special table covered with cloth. Players use a stick to hit the balls against each other and into pockets along the edges of the table.
boomerang a curved wooden stick that can be thrown so that it will return to the thrower. Boomerangs are used as hunting weapons by Australian aborigines.
buff1 a stick or wheel covered with a soft cloth or piece of leather, used for cleaning or shining. [1/4 definitions]
candle a stick of wax with a wick running through the middle that is burned to give light.
cane a wooden or metal stick that helps someone walk. [1/3 definitions]
chip1 the British word for a long, thin stick or slab of potato that is deep-fried. This meaning of chip has the same meaning as French fry. [1/6 definitions]
cling to stick closely. [1/2 definitions]
club a heavy wooden stick that is used as a weapon. [2/6 definitions]
crayon a colored stick or pencil made of wax. A crayon is used for drawing and coloring. [1/2 definitions]
cue2 a long, thin stick with a narrow tip, used to hit the ball in the game of pool or billiards.
drumstick a stick used to play a drum. [1/2 definitions]
gear stick the British word for the lever used to change gears in a car, truck, or other motor vehicle. Gear stick has the same meaning as gearshift.
gong a large piece of metal shaped like a plate that makes a loud ringing sound when struck with a stick or hammer.
gum1 to smear or stick together with gum. [1/5 definitions]
hedgehog a very small animal with a pointed nose and a very short tail. Hedgehogs have brown and yellow fur with spines that stick out and protect them when they roll into a ball. They make tunnels in rows of bushes called hedges. Hedgehogs are insectivores; they are mammals that eat insects. Different kinds of hedgehogs live in Europe, Asia, and Africa. [1/2 definitions]
hickory the wood of a hickory tree, or a rod made of this wood for use as a walking stick or whip. [1/2 definitions]
joystick (informal) the control stick for an airplane, computer, or game.
jut to project or stick out sharply (often followed by "out").