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stick around

verb as in abide

verb as in linger

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Example Sentences

Respectability awaits even iconoclasts if they stick around long enough.

Of course, when you control a company through special shares of stock, it is easy to stick around.

But how long will these lovely women and their lovely eyebrows stick around?

Figure skaters—and competitive athletes in general—are known to stick around their sports once they retire.

To stick around any longer—as much as I adore Rust and Marty and the whole Carcosa mystery—would have broken the spell.

Stick around the camp in the morning if you can manage it, till they start, and notice which way all those fellows go.

I'll stick around here a while and see if those fellows come back.

She didn't stick to the job long, probably coming to the conclusion that it is more profitable to stick around the granary door.

I just happened along when the kid was killed and had to stick around and help; that's how I came to know.

“We may have to stick around here for some days while we do a little spy work and lay our net,” Jack told him.


On this page you'll find 395 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stick around, such as: anticipate, bide, expect, linger, pause, and remain.

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