Recent Examples of sticker from the Web
Tie-dye and bumper stickers are everywhere, album covers and Grateful Dead bears line the walls and a stage at one end of the two-room schoolhouse is ready for music.
Frasqueri maximizes the commute, conducting eight phone calls, taking several selfies and importing cellphone photos onto a laptop decorated with peeling stickers.
That would have been appreciated by Mr. Gunnarsson, the Icelandic flight engineer who had a bit of sticker shock after his three-hour tour.
Body Vibes are essentially stickers sold at a 2,000 percent markup.
An increasing number of carmakers plan to roll out electric vehicles aimed at middle-income buyers and Tesla last month unveiled its Model 3, which has a base sticker price of around $35,000.
Nearly every Allo feature is supported, including group chats, incognito conversations, stickers, and, most importantly, Google Assistant.
Two license plate registration stickers were reported stolen at 12:54 p.m. on Aug. 7 from a business on the 1600 block of Frontage Road, police said.
Trump posters and bumper stickers were plastered across the property, and an anti-Hillary shrine was built in a bar in the men's locker room.
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First Known Use of sticker
STICKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sticker for English Language Learners
: a piece of paper with a picture or writing on it and a sticky substance on its back that is used to attach it to a surface
STICKER Defined for Kids
Definition of sticker for Students
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