Also called sticking point. the place or point at which something stops and holds firm.
the place in the lower part of an animal’s neck where the knife is thrust in slaughtering.
noun 1. a point, detail, or circumstance causing or likely to cause a stalemate or impasse: The bill would have gone through the Senate quickly but for one sticking point. 2. sticking place (def 1). sticking point noun 1. a problem or point on which agreement cannot be reached, preventing progress from being made
noun 1. walking stick (def 2). stick insect noun 1. any of various mostly tropical insects of the family Phasmidae that have an elongated cylindrical body and long legs and resemble twigs: order Phasmida Also called (US and Canadian) walking stick See also leaf insect
[stik-in-th uh-muhd] /ˈstɪk ɪn ðəˌmʌd/ noun 1. someone who avoids new activities, ideas, or attitudes; old fogy. stick-in-the-mud noun 1. (informal) a staid or predictably conservative person who lacks initiative or imagination
adjective, Scot. 1. (of a task or product) imperfect; ruined. 2. (of a person) unsuccessful, especially in a chosen occupation.