Definition of stickful in English:

stickful

noun

  • As many characters of type as a composing stick will hold. Also figurative: a (long) piece of text.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Joseph Moxon (1627–1691), printer and globe maker. From stick + -ful.

Pronunciation

stickful

/ˈstɪkfʊl/