What is stuck?

  • (adj): Caught or fixed.
    Example: "Stuck in the mud"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on stuck:

Stuck With Each Other - Track Listings
... UK Digital Single "Stuck with Each Other" (Main) "Stuck with Each Other" (Riff Rays Remix - Club Edit) "Stuck with Each Other" (Dubwise Tribal Life Mix) "Stuck with Each Other" (Self Taught ...
Stuck With You (Zones Song)
... "Stuck With You" is the debut disc and 7" single of punk band Zones, released by Zoom Records on February 17, 1978 ... It contained its eponymous song, "Stuck With You", which was backed with "No Angels" both songs were a combination of punk and power pop, although more punk ...
Stuck With Each Other
... "Stuck with Each Other" is the second solo single released by Barbadian singer Shontelle ... "Stuck with Each Other" also reached the A-List of BBC Radio 2's playlist ...
Stuck (2007 Film) - Reception
... Stuck received generally favorable reviews from critics ... Holden wrote "Stuck, while not strictly a horror film, is steeped in gore and carries a seam of mocking gallows humor as relentless as that of Sweeney Todd." Holden said the film "is exceptional because its ... a bit with a role that keeps him face down and bleeding like a stuck pig for most of the movie, but this is definitely Suvari's show." Robert Wilonsky of the The Village Voice said "Stuc ...
List Of Rescue 911 Episodes - Season 5 - Episode 5.19 (March 10, 1994)
... links "Freezer Tongue" August 16, 1991 Altoona, Pennsylvania A boy gets his tongue stuck in the freezer (from Episode 3.11) "Rocky Raccoon" November 17, 1990 Shreveport, Louisiana A raccoon gets its head stuck in ...

More definitions of "stuck":

  • (adj): Baffled.
    Example: "This problem has me completely stuck"

Famous quotes containing the word stuck:

    A person taking stock in middle age is like an artist or composer looking at an unfinished work; but whereas the composer and the painter can erase some of their past efforts, we cannot. We are stuck with what we have lived through. The trick is to finish it with a sense of design and a flourish rather than to patch up the holes or merely to add new patches to it.
    Harry S. Broudy (b. 1905)

    Al: Ain’t you gonna look back, Ma? Give the old place a last look?
    Ma Joad: We’re goin’ to California, ain’t we? Alright then, let’s go to California.
    Al: That don’t sound like you, Ma. You never was like that before.
    Ma Joad: I never had my house pushed over before. Never had my family stuck out on the road. I never had to lose everything I had in life.
    Nunnally Johnson (1897–1977)

    Now that I had heard a part of his history, he appeared singularly destitute,—a captain without any vessel, only a greatcoat! and that perhaps a borrowed one! Not even a dog followed him; only his title stuck to him.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)