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He stuck the end of the post in the soft ground.
She stuck her knitting needles into a ball of wool.
a piece of cloth with a pin stuck through it
The knife missed its target and stuck in the door.
Something sharp was sticking into my back.
A broken spring was sticking through the mattress.
She stuck the bread on the end of the toasting fork.
We stuck the articles in a scrapbook.
I licked the stamp and stuck it on the envelope.
She was sticking posters on her bedroom wall.
Can you stick the pieces of this vase back together?
The pasta has stuck to the bottom of the pan.
He was boiling hot and his jacket was sticking to his back.
Ned stuck his hands in his pockets.
Just stick the plates in the sink for now.
He stuck his head around the kitchen door and said goodbye.
The dog rolled on its back and stuck its legs in the air.
The door is sticking, so just give it a good push.
The wheels had stuck in the mud.
I don’t know how she’s stuck that job this long.
He’d been called ‘Tufty’ at school, and the name had stuck.
Are you sticking?