Definition of Stickwork

1. Noun. (sports) Use of the stick in lacrosse, hockey, etc. ¹



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Definition of Stickwork

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stickwork

sticksmen
sticktight
sticktight flea
sticktights
sticktion
sticktoitive
sticktoitiveness
stickum
stickums
stickup
stickup man
stickups
stickwater
stickweed
stickweeds
stickwork (current term)
stickworks
sticky
sticky-backed plastic
sticky-fingered
sticky-note
sticky-tape
sticky-taped
sticky-tapes
sticky-taping
sticky aster
sticky bit
sticky bits
sticky bun
sticky end

Literary usage of Stickwork

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1. The Queen of Sicily and Gothic Stained Glass in Mussy and Tonnerre by Meredith P. Lillich (1998)
"right panel: arms of Anjou, matte ground with stickwork diaper. Inventory no. 26. (Fig. 39B) — right bottom panel: lozenge gone. Inventory no. 28. ..."

2. Journey to the North of India Overland from England Through Russia, Persia by Arthur Conolly (1834)
"We marched about twelve miles north, but did not pitch tents at our ground, merely setting up two pieces of the stickwork, and throwing a ..."

3. Journey to the North of India Overland from England Through Russia, Persia by Arthur Conolly (1838)
"We marched about twelve miles north, but did not pitch tents at our ground, merely setting up two pieces of the stickwork, and throwing a cloth over them, ..."

4. Michiganensian by University of Michigan (1910)
"Whatever may have been the faults of the Wolverines, stickwork and base-running were not among them. But few summaries of games fail to record that Michigan ..."

5. Stevens Indicator by Stevens Institute of Technology (1892)
"There has been considerable stickwork both on the campus and at the grounds, but regular practice will not begin till after examinations, when Giroux will ..."

6. Journey to the North of India: Overland from England, Through Russia, Persia by Arthur Conolly (1838)
"... but did not pitch tents at our ground, merely setting up two pieces of the stickwork, and throwing a cloth over them, to avoid the hot rays of the sun. ..."

7. Sea-hounds by Lewis Ransome Freeman (1919)
"... stickwork or fielding as he was mentioned; but when they began to discuss, or rather to wrangle over, for discuss is far too polite a term, ..."

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