Inside the death room, a vent above the chamber was opened, and the gas escaped into the sticky air over Parchman.
End with spiced honey cider ($11), sticky toffee pudding or both.
She is equally desirous of Levine, as animalistic and eager to consume him while sticky with sanguine fluid.
No sticky wars then—Bosnia and Kosovo turned out more than OK.
Surely there are a comparable number of researchers with sticky palms on the vaccines-are-safe side of the ledger as well.
Her heart's made of honey and sugar, and everything soft and sticky.
She stemmed and stemmed until her hands were sticky and her fingers ached.
When it is in a cottonwood grove, it is covered with the sticky white cotton from the trees.
There was a great splash of blood upon it, her hand was all wet and sticky.
The soil rolled away, black and sticky, with a dull sheen upon it.
1727, "adhesive," from stick (v.). An Old English word for this was clibbor. First recorded 1864 in the sense of "sentimental;" 1915 with the meaning "difficult." Of weather, "hot and humid," from 1895. Sticky wicket is 1952, from British slang, in reference to cricket.