There he stuck, and it stood to reason that he could not win.
Her fingers were stiff, but so was her will: the way she stuck to her work was pathetic.
As he clapped his legs to the horse's back he stuck his knife into the Potawatami.
Didn't he break Fisher-didn't he break every other man that ever stuck to him?
If he were as clever as he is honest, he wouldn't have been stuck with a horse like Lauzanne.
Finally he suggested that if Timmins was "no stuck on his Methodisticals," he might join the kirk.
Only the point of it stuck up; the rest was clipped as clean as a rat-terrier's.
He would have stuck that officer like a pig if he had seen him then.
And he touched a long book that stuck out of his breast-pocket.
I stuck to it that we occupied that position, and had the right to choose pistols.