- a clarinet.
Origin of licorice stick
First recorded in 1930–35
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Examples from the Web for licorice stick
The licorice-stick was so shiny and black, and he had laid his tongue on it one sweet instant, so he knew just how good it tasted.
He held up the licorice-stick and traced a wavery little line round it with his finger-nail.
She would open it by-and-by and find the golden alley and the singing-top and the licorice-stick.