be a stick

DeeDol

Senior Member
Slovak
Hi, this is from C. Clare's Queen of Air and Darkness.

Zara was also a true believer, Manuel thought with some distaste. She was a stick and a bore and he had never believed Diego Rocio Rosales actually saw anything in her; on balance, he seemed to have turned out to be right.

What does the bold part mean? Thank you:)
 
  • RM1(SS)

    Senior Member
    English - US (Midwest)
    Did you check a dictionary?

    WRF Random House Unabridged:
    19. an unenthusiastic or uninteresting person.

    WRF Collins:
    19. INFORMAL a dull boring person
     
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