Synonyms and Antonyms of stick
1 to hold to something firmly as if by adhesion those magnets are strong enough to stick to the refrigerator without any problems Synonyms adhere, cleave, cling, hew Related Words bind, cohere, fasten, fuse, glue, unite Near Antonyms loosen; drop, fall
2 to arrange something in a certain spot or position you can stick that box in the corner until I figure out where to put everything Synonyms depose, deposit, dispose, emplace, fix, lay, position, put, set, set up, situate, placeRelated Words move, rearrange, reorder, shift; orient; establish, locate, plant, settle; clap, flop, plank, plop, plump, plunk (or plonk), plunk down, slap; ensconce, niche; assemble, collect; carry; berth, park; affix, anchor, lock, lodge, wedge; array, lay out, line up, queue, rank; set downNear Antonyms relocate, remove, take; banish; dislodge, displace, replace, supersede, supplant
3 to penetrate or hold (something) with a pointed object could hardly feel the needle when the nurse stuck my arm with it Synonyms gore, harpoon, jab, lance, peck, pick, pierce, pink, puncture, run through, skewer, spear, spike, spit, stab, impale, transfix, transpierceRelated Words spindle; perforate, riddle; bayonet, dirk, gimlet, pike, poniard, prong, quill; pinprick, poke, prick, punch, thrust; cut, knife, slice
4 to rob by the use of trickery or threats she got stuck by an unscrupulous seller while using the online auction site Synonyms beat, bilk, bleed, cheat, chisel, chouse, con, cozen, defraud, diddle, do, do in, euchre, fiddle, flimflam, gaff, gyp, hose [slang], hustle, mulct, nobble [British slang], pluck, ream, rip off, rook, screw, shake down, short, shortchange, skin, skunk, squeeze, fleece, stiff, sting, sucker, swindle, thimblerig, victimizeRelated Words extort, wrench, wrest, wring; clip, gouge, nick, overcharge, soak; exploit, milk; deceive, dupe, fool, gull, trick; rope (in); betray, bitch, double-cross; bamboozle, fast-talk
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