sticky

Sticky vs Tape - What's the difference?

sticky | tape |


As nouns the difference between sticky and tape

is that sticky is a sticky note, such as a post-it note while tape is stone.

As an adjective sticky

is able or likely to stick.

As a verb sticky

is (internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.

Burly vs Sticky - What's the difference?

burly | sticky |


As adjectives the difference between burly and sticky

is that burly is (usually|of a man) large, well-built, and muscular while sticky is able or likely to stick.

As a noun sticky is

a sticky note, such as a post-it note.

As a verb sticky is

(internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.

Silky vs Sticky - What's the difference?

silky | sticky |


As adjectives the difference between silky and sticky

is that silky is similar in appearance or texture (especially in softness and smoothness) to silk while sticky is able or likely to stick.

As a noun sticky is

a sticky note, such as a post-it note.

As a verb sticky is

(internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.

Viscid vs Sticky - What's the difference?

viscid | sticky |


As adjectives the difference between viscid and sticky

is that viscid is viscous; having a high viscosity while sticky is able or likely to stick.

As a noun sticky is

a sticky note, such as a post-it note.

As a verb sticky is

(internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.

Adhere vs Sticky - What's the difference?

adhere | sticky |


As verbs the difference between adhere and sticky

is that adhere is while sticky is (internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.

As an adjective sticky is

able or likely to stick.

As a noun sticky is

a sticky note, such as a post-it note.

Sticky vs Viscose - What's the difference?

sticky | viscose |


As nouns the difference between sticky and viscose

is that sticky is a sticky note, such as a post-it note while viscose is a viscous orange-brown liquid obtained by chemical treatment of cellulose and used as the basis of manufacturing rayon and cellulose film.

As an adjective sticky

is able or likely to stick.

As a verb sticky

is (internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.

Sticky vs Lumpy - What's the difference?

sticky | lumpy |


As adjectives the difference between sticky and lumpy

is that sticky is able or likely to stick while lumpy is full of lumps, not smooth.

As a noun sticky

is a sticky note, such as a post-it note.

As a verb sticky

is (internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.

Sticky vs Cold - What's the difference?

sticky | cold | Related terms |

Sticky is a related term of cold.


As adjectives the difference between sticky and cold

is that sticky is able or likely to stick while cold is (label) having a low temperature.

As nouns the difference between sticky and cold

is that sticky is a sticky note, such as a post-it note while cold is a condition of low temperature.

As a verb sticky

is (internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.

As an adverb cold is

while at low temperature.

Sticky vs Sodden - What's the difference?

sticky | sodden | Related terms |

Sticky is a related term of sodden.


As adjectives the difference between sticky and sodden

is that sticky is able or likely to stick while sodden is soaked or drenched with liquid; soggy, saturated.

As verbs the difference between sticky and sodden

is that sticky is (internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view while sodden is to drench, soak or saturate.

As a noun sticky

is a sticky note, such as a post-it note.

Sticky vs Clingy - What's the difference?

sticky | clingy |


As adjectives the difference between sticky and clingy

is that sticky is able or likely to stick while clingy is having a tendency to cling.

As a noun sticky

is a sticky note, such as a post-it note.

As a verb sticky

is (internet|bulletin boards) to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view.

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