Definition of stickability in English:

stickability

Line breaks: stick|abil¦ity
Pronunciation: /ˌstɪkəˈbɪlɪti
 
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noun

[mass noun] informal
A person’s ability to persevere with something; staying power: the secret of success is stickability
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  • But as we reflect upon the year that the National Party has enjoyed, or otherwise, one can only admire the courage and stickability of National members.
  • The one quality that they all shared, in the end, was stickability - the determination to cling to office with the tenacity of barnacles clinging to a crumbling wreck.
  • She said: ‘our progress, stickability and determination to do well has persuaded us to do that.’

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