Stick Synonyms and Antonyms
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Synonyms for Stick
(--- Linguistics) A subdivision of a family of languages, such as the Germanic branch of Indo-European.
An aluminum or wooden rod with a curved handle, used for support in walking
The stock of a family; a race or generation of progenitors. (Architecture) An ornament in Norman work, resembling a billet of wood either square or round.
The definition of adhere means to stick to something, either literally or figuratively.
A staff serving as a symbol of office A short heavy club with a rounded head used as a weapon.
Either extremity of the main axis of a nucleus, cell, or organism.
To connect, hold together, or solidify by or as by a bond
Covered with or full of glue
Covered or clogged with or as if with gum.
A fairly long straight piece of solid material used especially as a support in walking
Affix is defined as to create an impression.
The definition of timber is building material or wood fit for building. A branch or stalk, especially of willow.
Something resembling a club.
A straightedged strip, as of wood or metal, for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths.
To adhere or become legally effective, especially in connection with something or upon some event. For example, certain rights and responsibilities attach to becoming a parent.
Stalk is defined as a plant's main stem.
A narrow strip of wood forming part of the sides of a barrel, tub, or similar structure.
Any of numerous slow-moving phasmid insects, chiefly of the family Phasmatidae, having a slender brown or green body that resembles a stick or twig.
A short, slender piece of wood from which a match is made. (India) The moringa or drumstick tree, Moringa oleifera, especially its slender, cylindrical pods.
A short heavy club, usually of wood, that is thicker or loaded at one end.
(Brit.) A batsman at cricket
A stick, rod or bundle of twigs made from birch wood, used for punishment.
The definition of a rule is an official regulation, code of regulations or set practice.
The descendants of a common ancestor; a family line, especially of a specified character: A piece of timber laid horizontally, or nearly so, to which the planks of the floor, or the laths or furring strips of a ceiling, are nailed. Called, according to its position or use, binding joist, bridging joist, ceiling joist, trimming joist, etc.
A cudgel of oak, blackthorn, or other hardwood.
(Music) An extract from the music for another part printed, usually in smaller notes, within a performer's part as a signal to enter after a long rest.
A member of the women's reserve of the US Coast Guard, disbanded as a separate unit in 1946.
To remain emotionally attached; hold on:
To join (one thing to another); attach; connect
To hold steadfastly to; cherish:
To pierce or puncture something or cause a pricking feeling.
The definition of a bar is something that is rectangular in shape.
Glare that is caused by a shiny object reflecting too much light into a camera.
The definition of a shaft is a long, narrow handle or a long narrow part of something, a sudden bolt of light or a sudden flash of some feeling.
(Slang) A large, luxury pre-1980 General Motors vehicle, particularly a Buick, Oldsmobile or Cadillac.
To uncover and get from the ground or another surface in this way
To drive a blow, ball, missile, etc.
Plunge is defined as to dive, thrust or go into something, usually with force or speed.
To cause to enter; to thrust.
To go below the surface of water or another liquid:
To push or drive with force; to shove.
To act or move so as to hold or grab someone or something:
(Informal) To revenge oneself on; get even with; punish or chastise
To live ( with another or in another's home) as a paying guest
To place down in a position of rest, or in a horizontal position.
To be among those who finish a competition or race, especially to finish second.
To urge or force to an action:
To attach or affix (something) to something else, or in or upon a certain place.
To put in a nonplus; bewilder
(Slang, former) To confuse; perplex
To roll (a particular combination) with dice.
To deprive, as by craft or ability:
Foist is defined as to pass something off as valuable when it is not, or to trick someone into having or doing something they don't want.
(Intransitive) to be an inconvenience
To deal or deliver (a blow, for example).
Saddle is defined as to put a seat on a horse or bike, or to add a load or burden.
To cheat is defined as to mislead or behave in a dishonest way.
To persuade or induce to do something by cajoling or wheedling.
Defraud is defined as to use illegal means or deception to trick someone, usually to obtain money.
Gull is defined as to trick.
To punish by a fine or by depriving of something
To swindle, cheat, defraud, etc.
To work something with a chisel.
(Informal) To trick, swindle, or cheat (Intransitive) To habituate to or gain competency at a task.
(Slang) To play experimentally; toy:
(Informal) To swindle; cheat
Sting is defined as to cause a sudden pain by wounding or pricking with a sharp point such as from an insect or plant. (Botany) Attaching or pressing against a different organ.
Adhesive is defined as something that is sticky.
Uniting, as glue; causing, or tending to cause, adhesion.
Of the nature of or resembling glue; sticky.
(Informal) Painful or difficult:
Holding together firmly; cohesive:
Having a cohesive and sticky fluid consistency; viscous
(Linguistics) The formation of words from morphemes that retain their original forms and meanings with little change during the combination process.
A flat, curved stick that can be thrown so that it will return to a point near the thrower: it is used as a weapon by Australian Aborigines
A flat stick or ruler used for punishing children
(Person, proper) Jacob's seventh son, whose mother was Zilpah: Gen. 30:11
The hock of a horse or similar animal
A long stick with a pointed end used for prodding animals.
A fairly long straight piece of solid material used especially as a support in walking A thick gluey substance (gum) produced by many plants and some microorganisms.
A fairly long straight piece of solid material used especially as a support in walking
Any of numerous clear to translucent yellow or brown, solid or semisolid, viscous substances of plant origin, such as copal, rosin, and amber, used principally in lacquers, varnishes, inks, adhesives, plastics, and pharmaceuticals. Resins are usually insoluble in water.
The definition of a skewer is a wooden or metal rod or pin used to pierce and hold food.
A device for preventing a vehicle from rolling backward on a grade
Personal interest or involvement:
(Marketing, interface design) the presence of unique attributes that make a product indisposable and valuable to its owner (Computing, networking) A networking device connecting multiple wires, allowing them to communicate simultaneously, when possible. Compare to the less efficient hub device that solely duplicates network packets to each wire. The greatest longitudinal stress a substance can bear without tearing asunder, - usually expressed with reference to a unit area of the cross section of the substance, as the number of pounds per square inch, or kilograms per square centimeter, necessary to produce rupture. (Uncountable) The state of being viscous.
(Linguistics) To form (words) by combining words or words and word elements.
(Figuratively) To unite firmly or closely.
To become or cause to become stuck or glued together.
To frustrate (plans, for example) by throwing into disorder; disarrange.
To cause to be focused on or directed at something:
To gore is defined as the action of an animal stabbing someone or another animal with a horn.
(Heraldry) To join (two coats of arms) side by side on one shield
(Linguistics) To insert (a morphological element) into the body of a word.
To participate ( in a conversation, singing, an activity, etc.)
Jut is defined as to stick out.
(Computers) To insert (text, graphics, or other data) into a document or file.
To pose is defined as to get into a certain position or to pretend to be someone.
Project is defined as to cause an image to appear on a surface or to propose or calculate something for the future.
protrude. (slang) impose upon
To extend or expand (business activities, etc.)
To clarify or solve (something confusing) by reasoning or study: (Intransitive) To be reluctant or to hesitate, as regards an action, on account of considerations of conscience or expedience.
(Intransitive) To employ delaying tactics
To capture or hold the attention of completely; hold spellbound
Joint is defined as slang for a cheap bar, prison or a marijuana cigarette.
marijuana leaves rolled into a cigarette for smoking
(Nautical) A person, such as a midshipman, who reefs.
A lever used to control the motion of an aircraft by changing the angle of the elevators and ailerons.
(Comput.) A manual device connected as to a video game, with a control lever that can be tilted in various directions to move the cursor or part of the display
An ornament, badge, or emblem having a pin or clasp with which it is fastened to the clothing
A fixed level, as for a price
To confuse or trouble with uncertainty or doubt.
Vex is defined as to bring trouble or distress to or to annoy.
To interfere with; hinder; impede
To cause (someone) to be unable to think clearly or be sensitive to the surroundings; daze:
The definition of amaze means to shock or surprise someone. To tie or fasten tightly together, with a cord, band, ligature, chain, etc. Used other than as an idiom: see stick, to.
To support or secure using a wedge.
To put (money) in a bank or financial account.
To fasten or secure with stays. (Idiomatic) to follow or adhere to somebody or something, to remain loyal and unswerving in one's attitude towards somebody or something
A pole, stick, or wand borne as an ensign of authority; a badge of office.
A metal ring or cap put around the end of a cane, tool handle, etc. to prevent splitting or to give added strength
Abide means to stay with or remain.
Hesitate is defined as to pause before deciding, acting or speaking.
Antonyms for Stick
To become loose or looser: (Intransitive, with of and , with object before go) To release from one's grasp; to go from a state of holding on to a state of no longer holding on.
(--- Theology) To lose primordial innocence and happiness. Used of humanity as a result of the Fall.
(Intransitive) To distance oneself (from)
To free from a condition of adhesion:
To alter (one's gaze) from a single object or direction.
To become loosened or separated.
To forget is defined as to let a memory or a feeling go away.
To stop short at (a fence, etc.), without jumping it
To remove is to take something away, eliminate something or take something off.
(Chemistry) To replace (an atom, radical, ion, or molecule) in a compound during a reaction.
Words Related to Stick
A scepter, staff, or wand symbolizing power or authority.
To penetrate is to pass into or through something.
To go into in a sharp, thrusting way
A system or device, such as a computer, that performs or assists in the performance of a human task:
A particular state of affairs; a situation:
To be disposed of by sale:
The definition of connect means to join together or to become joined.
To attack or infect, as a disease:
To offer in good faith; pledge:
From start to finish; through Present participle of . will
(Informal) Honestly; truly Synonym Study
implies a very close, firm attachment my tongue cleaved to the roof of my mouth, Ruth cleaved to Naomi
implies attachment by embracing, entwining, or grasping with the arms, tendrils, etc. a vine clinging to the trellis
implies such close sticking together of parts as to form a single mass glue made the particles of sawdust cohere
implies firm attachment and, of persons, denotes voluntary allegiance or devotion as to an idea, cause, or leader to adhere to a policy
is the simple, general term here, implying attachment by gluing or fastening together, by close association, etc. to stick a stamp on a letter, to stick to a subject
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