To stick upon

to dwell upon; not to forsake.
- Locke.

See also: Stick

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Saw-Horse now ambled forward at a pace so fast that its riders had hard work to stick upon its back; so there was little further conversation until they drew up beside the palace steps.
Thus, the Flying-fibres would continue to stick upon the Machines, ElectricCables/Wires, Motors, Motor-starters, as well as on the Walls of the Ginning Halls.
Ordinary conductance thinking doesn't apply to water molecules, which have a nasty tendency to stick upon impacting a surface, instead of bounding away.