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noun stick·up \ˈstik-ˌəp\

Simple Definition of stickup

  • : a robbery that is done using a gun

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of stickup

  1. :  a robbery at gunpoint :  holdup

Examples of stickup in a sentence

  1. He pulled out a gun and shouted, This is a stickup!.



1904

First Known Use of stickup

1904


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