Sticky End :
Stew In Your Own Juices :
If you leave someone to stew in their own juices, you leave them to worry about the consequences of what they have done wrong or badly.
Stick In Your Craw :
If someone or something really annoys you, it is said to stick in your craw.
Stick Out Like A Sore Thumb :
If something sticks or stands out like a sore thumb, it is clearly and obviously different from the things that are around it.
Stick To Your Guns :
If you stick to your guns, you keep your position even though people attack or criticize you.
Stick Your Neck Out :
If you stick your neck out, you take a risk because you believe in something.
Stick In The Mud :
A person who is old-fashioned
A STICK IN THE MUD is someone who does not like change the way he does things or innovate and wants things to stay the same.
Sticking Point :
A sticking point is a controversial issue that blocks progress in negotiations where compromise is unlikely or impossible.
Sticky End :
If someone comes to a sticky end, they die in an unpleasant way.
Sticky Fingers :
The tendency to keep (or steal) an object you touch
Also to steal something quickly without anyone noticing
Sticky Wicket :
If you are on a sticky wicket, you are in a difficult situation.
Stiff As A Poker :
Something or someone that is stiff as a poker is inflexible.
Stiff Upper Lip :
If you keep your emotions to yourself and don’t let others know how you feel when something bad happens, you keep a stiff upper lip.
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