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adhere to stick or cling firmly, as by gluing (usu. fol. by to). [1/3 definitions]
baste3 to beat or thrash with a stick; cudgel. [1/2 definitions]
bastinado a blow or beating with a stick or club. [4 definitions]
baton a thin rod or stick used by a conductor in leading an orchestra. [1/4 definitions]
beanpole a stick or pole used to support bean vines. [1/2 definitions]
billiards (used with a sing. verb) a game played on a cloth-covered rectangular table that has a cushioned rim, in which players use a long cue stick to drive hard balls against one another or into pockets at the edges and corners of the table. (Cf. pool2.)
bind to cause to stick together or cohere. [1/13 definitions]
bindle (slang, old-fashioned) a bundle of possessions carried by a hobo, usually including bedding. Traditionally, a bindle might be tied to a stick and carried over the shoulder.
blackthorn a walking stick made from the wood of this shrub. [1/2 definitions]
bludgeon a short stick with one end thicker and heavier than the other, used as a weapon; club. [1/3 definitions]
broomstick the long handle or stick of a broom.
buff1 a stick or wheel covered with a soft cloth or piece of leather, used for cleaning or polishing. [2/8 definitions]
candle a cylindrical stick of wax or waxlike substance enclosing a wick and burned to give light. [1/4 definitions]
candy floss (chiefly British) a candy consisting of melted sugar spun into a fluffy mass around a stick or paper cone; cotton candy.
cane a wooden or metal stick, usu. with a handle, used for support in walking; walking stick. [1/7 definitions]
chalk a substance derived from natural chalk that is pressed into a stick-like form and used for writing on a blackboard or drawing on pavement. [1/6 definitions]
cleave1 to adhere tightly; stick fast (usu. fol. by to). [1/2 definitions]
cling to stick or attach closely. [1/3 definitions]
club a heavy stick, esp. of wood, used as a weapon. [1/7 definitions]
cock2 to stick up or turn up. [1/2 definitions]
cohere to lump, hold, or stick together. [1/2 definitions]