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Alternative spelling of stuck up
disapproval If you say that someone is stuck-up, you mean that are very proud and unfriendly because they think they are very important. She was a famous actress, but she wasn't a bit stuck-up. proud and unfriendly because you think you are better and more important than other people - used to show disapproval = snooty
stick up
To protect one's status

Don't let them push you around, stick up for yourself.

stick up
To put up by sticking

Stick up the postcard with a bit of tape.

stick up
To rob at gunpoint

I think they intend to stick up the bank.

stuck up
snobbish, conceited; believing oneself to be better than others; haughty; arrogant or egotistical

The rich people in that neighborhood were stuck up and not friendly at all.

stuck up
Simple past tense and past participle of stick up
stick up
defend against attack or criticism; "He stood up for his friend"; "She stuck up for the teacher who was accused of harassing the student"
stick up
rob at gunpoint or by means of some other threat
stuck up
vain, conceited, snobbish (Informal)
Self-important and supercilious, &?;onceited; vain; arrogant