Definition of sticker
1 : one that pierces with a point
2a : one that adheres or causes adhesionb : a slip of paper with adhesive back that can be fastened to a surface
Recent Examples of sticker from the Web
My father, then a colonel in the Army serving at the Pentagon, walked me around to our carport and pointed to a sticker on the driver’s side window of our station wagon.
Today’s tester is a front-drive Premium with two option packages for a window-sticker of $45,820.
In 2010, a photo of the fountain taken by amateur photographer and former elementary school teacher Kelly Johnson was selected the winner of the village's first-ever vehicle sticker photo contest.
A $25 late fee will be added to stickers purchased after June 16, according to the city.
One major reason for SpaceX’s appeal to Pentagon brass: sticker price.
Lawmakers face a dilemma in restoring the program’s solvency without creating sticker shock to homeowners who...
A bumper sticker touting fictional Monroe County Sheriff John Rayburn — from the Netflix series Bloodline — is seen on a car in the Keys.
Recycling is available only to Orland Park residents, and village vehicle stickers and driver's licenses will be checked for proof of address, the village said in a news release.
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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
: something (as a slip of paper with glue on its back) that can be stuck to a surface
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