Meaning of sticky
Pronunciation: (stik'ē), [key]
— stick•i•er, stick•i•est.
- having the property of adhering, as glue; adhesive.
- covered with adhesive or viscid matter: sticky hands.
- (of the weather or climate) hot and humid: It was an unbearably sticky day.
- requiring careful treatment; awkwardly difficult: a rather sticky diplomatic problem; Breaking the news is going to be sticky.
- unpleasant; unfortunate; nasty: The villain of the story meets a sticky end.
- sticky (Thesaurus)