shticky

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shtick +‎ -y

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shticky ‎(comparative shtickier, superlative shtickiest)

  1. Having a pronounced shtick; gimmicky.
    • 2007 June 17, Bob Morris, “Mirth, in Honor of Dad”, in New York Times[1]:
      So I handed out lyrics by Allan Sherman, the shticky 1960s parody writer who my father revered and channeled to the end.

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