Besides, a bit of sticking-plaster was enough, for it was only the skin divided.
The hands of the other were covered with sticking-plaster and bandaged.
Tom had always been called a "sticking-plaster" by his fellow players on the football field.
It's the lint, the sticking-plaster and the bandages, and the turn-an'-twist.'
Francesca, who had left them, returned with a large piece of sticking-plaster, which she applied to the wound.
"Give me the sticking-plaster, Dick," said his mother, when Tiny had somewhat revived.
"That there was," said Jack, pointing to the spot where a great strap of sticking-plaster extended across his forehead.
He touched the scars upon his head and brow, and the sticking-plaster left on.
His was not a pleasant face, and it was made more repulsive by the scars and sticking-plaster.
An adhesive plaster is in popular language a sticking-plaster.