Adjective(1) having the sticky properties of an adhesive(2) moist as with undried perspiration and with clothing sticking to the body(3) hot or warm and humid(4) hard to deal with; especially causing pain or embarrassment, or embarrassing or difficult(5) covered with an adhesive material
(1) After rubbing them against the bumpy bark, I had covered them in a pungent sticky sap, designed to protect the trees from the tendency to rot in such a wet environment.(2) If the weather is sticky , it is humid and not particularly pleasant.(3) Provide some bowls of water to drop sticky utensils in as you go.(4) Constantly changing both the copy and imagery on your site helps maintain the sticky factor, which helps to bring visitors back to your site time and again.(5) Right after we came ashore, we felt the sticky , humid air of the land hit our faces.(6) I no longer cared if something sticky and messy got in it - what use was there in worrying about my hair, when the rest of the world was being threatened?(7) Once we had a food project and I made a sticky mess of a cake.(8) Horoscopes in particular must be the original sticky content, keeping your visitors coming back day after day or week after week.(9) In the last number of weeks a sticky coating has been painted on to the roof and the top of the walls.(10) Alas, as a woman with two lives, such situations soon become rather sticky .(11) The best thing about the site is that it provides an exceptionally sticky , single point of access for all things on the web concerning Ireland.(12) I couldn't help but notice how cool and dry Rick's hand felt, not moist and sticky .(13) History is the eventual arbiter for all that is argued in the sticky , sweaty months of summer.(14) The dough will be firm but moist, and a bit sticky to the touch.(15) Patients often feel cool, yet clammy or sticky to touch, and sometimes have dilated hand veins.(16) Traffic at the Survivor site spikes during that program, with the average viewer clicking around for a very sticky 30 minutes.