Recent Examples of stick figure from the Web
My belt is leather, thick, and has stick figure fish skeletons across it in white.
The Good Days journal features a stick figure with an exclamation point over his head.
On the second sheet of paper, José Junior drew his family on a soccer field with frowning faces, the stick figures labeled mom, brother, big brother.
The cover of the Bad Days journal features a male stick figure being showered with rain from a dark cloud over his head.
The team posed for photos with Auriemma in the postgame ceremony afterward, with this year’s players holding up stick figures of Auriemma and Dailey from the 1980s.
The yellow bikes are from Ofo, so named because the letters look like a stick figure riding a cycle.
For instance, to remember a grocery list of low-fat cottage cheese, saltine crackers and cabbage, a memorizer might imagine a skinny stick figure drowning in a giant tub of cottage cheese in their bedroom.
Across the flank of the hill runs an enormous white, abstract stick figure horse cut from the chalk itself.
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First Known Use of stick figure
STICK FIGURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stick figure for English Language Learners
: a drawing that shows the head of a person or animal as a circle and all other parts as usually straight lines
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