a person or thing that sticks.
an adhesive label.
Informal. sticker price.
something, as a problem or riddle, that puzzles or nonpluses one.
Slang. a knife, especially one used as a weapon by a criminal.
a worker who kills animals in a slaughterhouse by piercing the jugular vein with a pointed instrument.
a bur, thorn, or the like.
of or relating to the sticker price of an automobile: Customers are experiencing sticker shock at the high price of new cars.
to place a sticker on.
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How to use sticker in a sentence
In other words, Coexist stickers may imply a desire for global love.
The coming anniversary is marked by little stickers that say “We remember” or “We are human too,” but little else.Where Chechens Go to Escape Their Surreal Past—and Risky Present | Anna Nemtsova | December 9, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But,” I argue, “but we could just get the stickers off eBay!
Volunteers for the various candidates bedecked in t-shirts and stickers jumped on every person entering to ask for a vote.
The surfaces are covered with abundant graffiti, political stickers, as well as fliers old and new, advertising punk shows.
Before six in the morning bands of bill stickers, hired for the occasion, posted them up all over Paris.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year | Edwin Emerson
Watchers hooded in yellow stickers patrolled the narrow jetties or, motionless, studied the eddies boiling at their feet.The Daughter of a Magnate | Frank H. Spearman
Trennahan elevated one foot to a massive stone and plucked the "stickers" from his trousers.The Californians | Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
"Three-stickers don't usually luff very long when they're hailed by punts," grunted the old skipper.The Skipper and the Skipped | Holman Day
But—they were all fighters, stickers, men with some grit (they got more as they went on), and men with a love of adventure.Australia in Arms | Phillip F.E. Schuler
British Dictionary definitions for sticker
an adhesive label, poster, or paper
a person or thing that sticks
a persevering or industrious person
something prickly, such as a thorn, that clings to one's clothing, etc
informal something that perplexes
informal a knife used for stabbing or piercing
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