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"Out in the sticks" is also an idiom or metaphor used in the English speaking world.

"Out in the sticks" - the meaning of out in the sticks what is "out in the sticks": Out in the sticks is a long way from a town or city: In the natural countryside. Outside of - and away from - urban areas.

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What does 'Out in the sticks' mean? - Definition ...

If someone lives out in the sticks, they live out in the country, a long way from any metropolitan area. Category: General; This idiom is British English.

"In the sticks" - not connected to 'non-stick' cookware. Or 'Tony Capstick' the dead comedian.

'Cap (stick)' - cap - a hat - worn on the head.

'worn' - past tense of - 'wear'. Wear - Wear (ish) - NOT 'in the sticks'

Replied: 23rd Feb 2021 at 15:25

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