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Definition of "stick with" []

  • Used other than as an idiom: see stick,‎ with. (verb)
  • To remain close to. (verb)
  • To follow or adhere to. (verb)
  • To follow loyally. (verb)
  • This sense?) (idiomatic) To continue or persist; to stick to. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "stick with" in a sentence
  • "Or maybe he should stick with knockoffs of Kwakiutl folktales."
  • "Indeed, Achesonimpatient at how the discussion was goingchastised the president for whining about his plight: presidents were supposed to make hard decisions and stick with them!"
  • "Jeremy could accept Joshua's and Ishmael's guidance and stick with the tedium of the system."