Definition of stickit in English:

stickit

(also sticket, sticked)

adjective

Scottish
  • 1Modifying a noun denoting a calling or profession: designating a person who has been unsuccessful in the specified calling or profession; failed.

  • 2Of an undertaking, outcome, product, etc.: imperfect, bungled; unfinished.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Dougal Graham (d. 1779), poet and chapbook writer. Scots variant of sticked.

Pronunciation

stickit

/ˈstɪkɪt/