To stick out

Definition of To stick out

to cause to project or protrude; to render prominent.
To project; to be prominent.
- Pope.
To persevere in a purpose; to hold out; as, the garrison stuck out until relieved.
- Job xxxiii. 21.

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To stand up
To stand up for
To stand upon
To stand upon one's dignity
To stand with
To stare in the face
To start after
To start against
To start for
To start up
To state it
To stave and tail
To stay a mast
To steal a march
To step aside
To step forth
To step in
To step off
To stick by
To stick in one's gizzard
-To stick out-
To stick to
To stick up
To stick up for
To stick upon
To stir up a hornet's nest
To stitch up
To stock an anchor
To stock cards
To stock down
To stock up
To stop a gap
To stop off
To stop over
To stop the mouth
To straighten one's face
To strain a point
To strain courtesy
To stream the buoy
To strike a balance
To strike a bargain
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