: having a sticky substance on one side for attaching to something
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Examples of stick-on in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Though inherently temporary, stick-on treatments could shift the beauty and wellness world more permanently. Michelle Ruiz, Vogue, 25 Apr. 2024 These stick-on motion sensor lights are super easy to install; each 7.9-inch light bar features 10 bright LED lights that use Passive Infrared Technology (PIT) to detect human motion in the dark and signal the light to automatically turn on. Stephanie Osmanski, Southern Living, 13 Apr. 2024 Available in stick-on styles (compatible with most smartphone models) and magnetic designs (compatible only with MagSafe devices and cases), there are tons of phone wallets to choose from, depending on your preference. Natalie Alcala, The Hollywood Reporter, 26 Mar. 2024 The rapper did a total time warp to the glory days of Y2K with her adorable new stick-on butterfly tattoos, and now both my 12-year-old self and my 30-something self want a set. Kara Nesvig, Allure, 6 Mar. 2024 Past research involving prismatic spectacles (glasses with stick-on overlays that cause distortions and displacement) suggests that people can adapt to significant visual disturbances, Ratan says. Lauren Leffer, Scientific American, 21 Feb. 2024 Traditionally, backless bras refer to an adhesive style with stick-on cups. Jessie Quinn, Peoplemag, 2 Feb. 2024 There was a world where the clothes could have been ugly like big velcro stick-on clothes. Jazz Tangcay, Variety, 17 Dec. 2023 Accent the creamy light pink and shimmery bronze with stick-on sweaters, skis, a roaring fire, snow boots, trees, ski goggles, and more. Jamie Allison Sanders, Peoplemag, 7 Dec. 2023

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“Stick-on.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 15 Jun. 2024.

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