verb (used with object)
Origin of sticker
Related Words for stickersinewy, gangly, lanky, slim, slender, gaunt, rangy, sparse, skinny, svelte, angular, wiry, fragile, lean, meager, delicate, small, narrow, stamp, trademark
Examples from the Web for sticker
Contemporary Examples of sticker
Bored, she dropped the sticker, and another child picked it up and copied her.
She picked up a corner of a cyan-blue UNICEF sticker and stuck it over her mouth.
The comic in the middle has a 9.0 sticker on the top left corner and a note that says “WHITE pages.”The Holy Grail of Comic Books Hid in Plain Site at New York Comic Con
October 14, 2014
A sticker on her chest read “some Ugandans are gay, get over it.”Ugandan Gays Risk All in Pride March
August 9, 2014
So, for example, Nissan this year cut the sticker price of the Leaf to $28,000—a reduction of $6,400, or 18 percent.Are We at the Electric Car’s Tipping Point?
June 1, 2013
Historical Examples of sticker
It's not in my line, but I think she's a sticker; I like to see perseverance.Beyond
He's a sticker, that's wot 'e is, and it's my misfortune that 'is mother takes after 'im.At Sunwich Port, Complete
This is also true of the office-beggar, or "sticker," as he calls himself.
It is this waiting so patiently that gives him his name of "sticker."
We expressed the hope that Bella Donna would prove a sticker.Neighbours
"gummed adhesive label," 1871, from stick (v.).