||one who does not go out, party-pooper
||Farley, that stick-in-the-mud! He never goes to a party.
|stick it out
||stay until you finish, hang in there
||Can you stick it out until six? Can you work until then?
|stick it up your ass [B]
||put it away, forget it, shove it
||You can take your useless truck and stick it up your ass!
|stick my neck out
||risk my safety to help, put my neck on the line
||Why should I stick my neck out when you disobey your father?
|stick out like a sore thumb
||not fit or blend, look out of place
||The ugly painting stuck out like a sore thumb in the art gallery.
|stick them up
||put your hands above your head, hands up
||The man took out a gun and said to the clerk, "Stick 'em up!"
|stick to it
||stay at a tough job, hang in there
||If you stick to it - practice every day - you will be a fine pianist.
|stick to your guns
||not change your belief, be firm
||If you testify in court, stick to your guns. Tell the same story.
|stick up for
||Will you stick up for me if I get in an argument?
||maneuver, negotiate, deke you
||When the lawyer tried to trap me I just stickhandled around
his question and talked about something else.