[ stik-in-th uh-muhd ]
/ ˈstɪk ɪn ðəˌmʌd /
someone who avoids new activities, ideas, or attitudes; old fogy.
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Origin of stick-in-the-mud
First recorded in 1725–35
Words nearby stick-in-the-mud
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British Dictionary definitions for stick in the mud
informal a staid or predictably conservative person who lacks initiative or imagination
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