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stick down

verb
1.
(transitive, adverb) (informal) to write: stick your name down here
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  • Squash came a stick down over my head, then he flew at my throat and kicked and belaboured me in a terrible way.

    Missing Friends Thorvald Weitemeyer
  • "He's caught on some of the springs that stick down," he said.

  • Cut off a slip of paper of the same size, put on some of the knotting, and when it is tacky, stick down the strengthening slip.

  • When it does, wet the binding, and stick down the remaining side.

    Toy-Making at Home Morley Adams
  • Then I stick a stick down in the bank, two or three feet long, and take a half hitch around the top.

  • Just poke a stick down, or your hand, and youll hear it, said Tom.

    The Curlytops at Silver Lake Howard Roger Garis
  • Like a big pipe with panes of glass in it as you said you could stick down into the sea and make out what was on the bottom.

    The Ocean Cat's Paw George Manville Fenn
  • On the following day, it was impossible to go on deck without getting wet through, so we were forced to stick down below.

    A Boy's Voyage Round the World The Son of Samuel Smiles
  • The batter missed it by a foot, and throwing his stick down in disgust walked to the bench.

  • "I see a stick down there, and I'll grab that as soon as I land," and down he dropped, and caught up the stick with alacrity.

    Dave Porter in the South Seas Edward Stratemeyer

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