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stick to or with

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of stick

  1. to give steadfast support to thanks for sticking with me after all my other so-called friends turned their backs the governor has sworn to stick to his campaign promises Synonyms of stick to or with cling (to), hew (to), keep (to), stand by, adhere (to or with)Words Related to stick to or with cleave (to); advocate, back, champion, confirm, defend, endorse (also indorse), espouse, support, uphold; accept, adopt, cherish, cultivate, embrace, follow, foster, heed; backstop, bolster, boost, buttress, enforce, reinforce (also reenforce)Near Antonyms of stick to or with abandon, abnegate, desert, forsake, give up, relinquish, spurn, surrender; abjure, recall, recant, reconsider, renege, renounce, retract, revoke, take back, unsay, withdraw; controvert, disagree (with), disprove, dispute, rebut, refute; contradict, deny, disavow, disclaim, disown, gainsay, negate, negative, repudiate; back down, back off, backtrackAntonyms of stick to or with defect (from)



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