stick (v.) Old form(s): Sticke , stickes , stucke
be placed, be fixed
AC V.ii.79[Cleopatra to Dolabella, of Antony] His face was as the heavens, and therein stuck / A sun and moon [or: sense 6]
Cor I.i.269[Sicinius to Brutus] Opinion, that so sticks on Martius
MM IV.i.60[disguised Duke alone, of greatness] millions of false eyes / Are stuck upon thee
Tim II.i.30[Senator to Caphis, of Timon] When every feather sticks in his own wing, / Lord Timon will be left a naked gull [i.e. when all debts are repaid]
TNK IV.i.84[Wooer to all, of the Gaoler's Daughter] about her stuck / Thousand fresh water flowers
TNK V.i.44[Arcite to his knights, of Emilia] great feat / Must put my garland on me, where she sticks, / The queen of flowers
TNK V.iii.54[Emilia to herself, of Palamon] Those darker humours that / Stick misbecomingly on others
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