Definition of Stickout

1. one that is conspicuous [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stickout

stickit
stickjaw
stickjaws
stickle
stickleback
sticklebacks
stickled
stickler
sticklerism
sticklers
stickles
sticklike
stickling
stickman
stickmen
stickout (current term)
stickouts
stickpin
stickpins
stickproof
sticks
sticks and stone
sticks and stones
sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt me
sticks up
stickseeds
sticksful
stickshift
stickshifts

Literary usage of Stickout

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1. A Year in Portugal, 1889-1890: 1889-1890 by George Bailey Loring (1891)
"... and Kitty ' that ' if you send for camellias to Portugal you see a great clumsy stickout at the heel of the graft and the bark grinning open all along,' ..."

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