Examples of stick out in a Sentence
no feet sticking out in the aisles, please
managed to stick out the whole race despite her bad knee
Recent Examples of stick out from the Web
One thing that stuck out to me a little was the comments safety T.J. Ward, a newcomer to the Bucs, had about his team’s offense.
Photograph by Adam Corey Thomas While no dish disappoints, some stick out as particularly worthy of saving room.
There were several plays that stick out in making this point.
Joan Smalls's look featured stems sticking out of the bodice and a skirt completely decked out in roses.
Then Lyson caught sight of it—a brownish edge sticking out of the weathered ochre slope.
And in that same situation, a friendly tone can stick out and potentially be extra persuasive.
So, nothing really sticks out as being more difficult than the next.
Rooms cost half as much as in nearby hotels, the building has no disabled access and its grotty shopfronts stick out on an otherwise glamorous street.
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First Known Use of stick out
stick out Synonyms
Synonymsbag, balloon, beetle, belly, billow, bunch, jut, overhang, poke, pooch [chiefly dialect], pouch, pout, project, protrude, stand out, start, bulge, swell
Related Wordsdome; blow up, inflate; dilate, distend, expand; mushroom, snowball; elongate, extend, lengthen, stretch
Near Antonymscompress, condense, constrict, contract, shrink
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