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Sticker   /stˈɪkər/   Listen
Sticker

noun
1.
A small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leaf.  Synonyms: pricker, prickle, spikelet, spine, thorn.
2.
An adhesive label.  Synonyms: gummed label, paster.
3.
A particularly difficult or baffling question or problem.  Synonyms: poser, stumper, toughie.
4.
A short knife with a pointed blade used for piercing or stabbing.  Synonym: dagger.



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"Sticker" Quotes from Famous Books



... advertised side by side with actors, singers, and clowns. Of course, I was shocked by it, but in a moment I bethought me—if it be all right and dignified to hire a sexton to ring a bell when the minister is going to preach, it is all the same to silence the bell and hire a bill-sticker to tell the same news, the essential thing being to tell the truth every time. The remedy for the lying advertisements is for honest men to tell the truth. 'When iniquity cometh in like a flood, then the spirit of the Lord lifts up the standard.' A really ...
— The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English • R. V. Pierce



Words linked to "Sticker" :   hilt, crease, knife, dirk, creese, glochidium, aculeus, stiletto, haft, stick, helve, poniard, ex libris, bookplate, bodkin, kirpan, problem, label, glochid, kris



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