lick ‘n’ stick
 n.— «The one flaw, very simply, is that the exterior combination of manufactured stone veneer (often called “lick ‘n’ stick”) with a multicolored dryvit results in an unseemly hodgepodge.» —“Creating Places: One flaw can mar a building’s otherwise fine look” by William Williams City Paper (Nashville, Tennessee) Jan. 15, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. jessica says:

    also the process of putting saliva or water on a stamped hand in order to transfer a stamp onto another surface

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