stick down

  1. (tr, adverb) informal to write: stick your name down here

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How to use stick down in a sentence

  • “I asked what his name was,” shrilled the old woman, bringing the end of her stick down hard upon the floor.

    Aletta | Bertram Mitford
  • "You suck one stick down, then you put another in the same old lemon," he explained.

    The Wrong Twin | Harry Leon Wilson
  • When required for use, they take one and pass a pointed stick down its throat and out at one 763 of its legs.

  • And yet with a slight exertion you may push a walking-stick down through it until the handle stops it.

    Erema | R. D. Blackmore
  • To prevent disappointment the Indians carefully examine the mouth of the hole, and put a short stick down it.

    Wanderings in South America | Charles Waterton