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Princeton's WordNet

  1. stickinessnoun

    the property of sticking to a surface

Wiktionary

  1. stickinessnoun

    the property of sticking or adhering; adhesion

  2. stickinessnoun

    warmth and humidity, as on a muggy day

  3. stickinessnoun

    the tendency to stay the same despite changes in the economy

  4. stickinessnoun

    stickiness is having unique attributes that make a product indisposable and valuable to its owner. The stickiness of a cellphone is its ability to tell correct time, locate its user, allow its user to remain connected to the world independent of where the user is .

  5. stickinessnoun

    a research measure that captures the extent to which viewers wish to spend more time looking at or reading a print ad.

    The low stickiness rating helped explain why our ad's brand linkage rating was so low: people were turned off by the blurriness of the main photo.

  6. stickinessnoun

    an overemotional attachment to others; clinging in interpersonal relations; difficulty with ending conversations

Webster Dictionary

  1. Stickinessnoun

    the quality of being sticky; as, the stickiness of glue or paste

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of stickiness in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of stickiness in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of stickiness in a Sentence

  1. Ralf Wenzel:

    We grew significantly faster than what we thought, but the fast growth was not on the back of significant burn or discounting, the fast growth was backed by a lot of organic momentum - very strong word of mouth, very strong retention rates, very strong stickiness.

  2. Madhavi Arora:

    The broader theme really has been a considerable pick-up in food inflation and unwinding of the favourable base of last year, as well as stickiness in services inflation.

  3. Kathleen Wilson:

    The coolness of water will make a swimmer less aware of a growing sunburn, while reflection of sunlight is more apparent on the beach, it can occur in the water as well. The American Academy of Dermatology recommends reapplying sunscreen at least every two hours to remain protected or immediately after a swim or excessive sweating occurs. For long-distance swimmers, re-applying sunscreen can be impossible once it wears off, so using an alternative like Balmex can be necessary, said Wilson. Traditionally used to treat diaper rash, Wilson said the key ingredient of zinc oxide makes Balmex a useful sunscreen. Its stickiness and adherence to the skin for lengthy periods provides swimmers with adequate sun protection, she said. Exposure to bacteria, parasites Swimmers may be unaware of the dangers of toxic algae, bacterial growth and parasites that thrive in warmer waters. There's also an extremely rare risk of exposure to Naegleria fowleri, a deadly brain-eating amoeba found in bodies of warm freshwater.

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