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Definition of "stick out" [stick out]

  • To protrude; to extend beyond. (verb)
  • To be prominent, noticeable, or obtrusive. (verb)
  • To persist. See stick it out. (verb)

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Use "stick out" in a sentence
  • "His toes stick out of the front and plastic bags encase the shoes on rainy days, but Ben Hedblom has made good on his promise."
  • "He found it endearing how, over a game of Lexikon, she would stick out her tongue—just the tip—when concentrating on the letter tiles on the board."
  • "That what she call the thin wood that stick out at the bottom of the wall."