to stay fast; cleave; become joined or united so as not to ever be easily separated without ripping: since, glutinous substances adhere to the other person; the lung area sometimes stick to the pleura.
to put on closely or firmly (to): as, to stick to a strategy.
To belong intimately; be closely linked.
become fixed in attachment or commitment; be committed; be connected as a follower or upholder: as, guys follow an event, a leader, a church, or a creed; seldom, to be connected as a buddy.
becoming constant; hold together; take conformity or arrangement, once the areas of a system; cohere.
particularly, in Scots law: To affirm a judgment; concur with the viewpoint of a judge previously pronounced.
to come back to a husband or wife that has been deserted. See adherence, 3. In reasoning and metaphysics, is unintentionally linked. See adherent, a., 3.