Definition of Ticktacks

1. ticktack [v] - See also: ticktack



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ticktacks

ticklish
ticklishly
ticklishness
ticklishnesses
tickly
tickmark
tickmarks
ticks
ticks off
tickseed sunflower
tickseeds
ticktack
ticktacked
ticktacking
ticktacks (current term)
ticktacktoe
ticktacktoes
ticktacktoo
ticktock
ticktocked
ticktocking
ticktocks
tickweed
ticky
ticky-box
ticky-boxes
ticky-tacky
ticky box
ticky boxes

Literary usage of Ticktacks

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1. Traits of American Humour by Thomas Chandler Haliburton (1852)
"Cum to find out, it was all a mistake; the men didn't know nothing bout military ticktacks, and thought I ment a regular forth of July salute. ..."

2. World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Ill., 1893 by Committee on Awards, World's Columbian Commission, United States (1901)
"In his factory at St. Nicholas he claims to make every part of his clocks, from the little ticktacks and alarms to regulators and chiming clocks, ..."

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