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Ticking-off

ˌtɪk.ɪŋˈɒf

Meanings of Ticking-off:

noun

Severe criticism because you have done something wrong

Usage examples:

I gave her a real ticking-off yesterday.

Meanings of Tickings:

noun

A strong, durable material, typically striped, used to cover mattresses.

Usage examples:

Even plain muslin or pillow ticking can look good if you spice it up with fancy ribbon.

Meanings of Tickle:

verb

Lightly touch or prod (a person or a part of the body) in a way that causes mild discomfort or itching and often laughter.

Usage examples:

I tickled him under the ears
noun

An act of tickling someone.

Usage examples:

Dad gave my chin a little tickle

Meanings of Tickled:

verb

Lightly touch or prod (a person or a part of the body) in a way that causes mild discomfort or itching and often laughter.

Usage examples:

I tickled him under the ears
noun

An act of tickling someone.

Usage examples:

Dad gave my chin a little tickle

Tickler

ˈtɪklə

Meanings of Tickler:

noun

A thing that tickles.

Usage examples:

Although we are not able to tickle ourselves unassisted, there is a way to trick the brain by using…

Meanings of Ticklers:

noun

A thing that tickles.

Usage examples:

Although we are not able to tickle ourselves unassisted, there is a way to trick the brain by using…

Meanings of Tickles:

verb

Lightly touch or prod (a person or a part of the body) in a way that causes mild discomfort or itching and often laughter.

Usage examples:

I tickled him under the ears
noun

An act of tickling someone.

Usage examples:

Dad gave my chin a little tickle

Tickling

ˈtɪk.əl

Meanings of Tickling:

verb

Lightly touch or prod (a person or a part of the body) in a way that causes mild discomfort or itching and often laughter.

Usage examples:

I tickled him under the ears
noun

An act of tickling someone.

Usage examples:

Dad gave my chin a little tickle

Ticklingly

ˈrɪb.tɪk.lɪŋ

Meanings of Ticklingly:

adjective

A rib-tickling story or joke is very funny.

Meanings of Ticklish:

adjective

(of a person) sensitive to being tickled.

Usage examples:

I'm ticklish on the feet

Meanings of Ticklishly:

adverb

In a way that touches your skin lightly and makes you feel uncomfortable

Usage examples:

The liquid began to run ticklishly along my nose., a butterfly brushed ticklishly against her skin.…

Meanings of Tickly:

adjective

Another term for ticklish.

Meanings of Ticks:

noun

A mark (✓) used to indicate that an item in a list or text is correct or has been chosen, checked, or dealt with.

Usage examples:

A map of the urus-martan area is black from ticks and marks indicating ordnance.
verb

Mark (an item) with a tick or select (a box) on a form, questionnaire, etc. to indicate that something has been chosen, checked, approved, or dealt with.

Usage examples:

Just tick the appropriate box below

Meanings of Tickseed:

noun

Another term for coreopsis.

Tickseeds

ˈtɪk.siːd

Meanings of Tickseeds:

noun

Another term for coreopsis.

Meanings of Ticktock:

noun

The sound of a large clock ticking.

Usage examples:

We could hear every tick-tock of the clock
verb

Make a ticking sound.

Usage examples:

The clock on the wall was tick-tocking

Meanings of Ticktocked:

verb

Make a ticking sound.

Usage examples:

The clock on the wall was tick-tocking
noun

The sound of a large clock ticking.

Usage examples:

We could hear every tick-tock of the clock

Meanings of Ticktocking:

verb

Make a ticking sound.

Usage examples:

The clock on the wall was tick-tocking
noun

The sound of a large clock ticking.

Usage examples:

We could hear every tick-tock of the clock

Ticktocks

tɪkˈtɒk

Meanings of Ticktocks:

noun

The sound of a large clock ticking.

Usage examples:

We could hear every tick-tock of the clock
verb

Make a ticking sound.

Usage examples:

The clock on the wall was tick-tocking

Meanings of Tidal:

adjective

Relating to or affected by tides.

Usage examples:

The river here is not tidal

Meanings of Tidal-wave:

noun

An extremely large wave caused by violent movement of the earth under the sea

Meanings of Tidally:

adverb

In a way that relates to the tide (= the rise and fall of the sea)

Usage examples:

Tidally generated electricity, the waterway begins to widen and become tidally influenced.

Tidbit

ˈtɪd.bɪt

Meanings of Tidbit:

noun

A small piece of tasty food.

Usage examples:

When you are out with your puppy always have a titbit in your pocket

Meanings of Tiddle:

verb

To tickle.

Tiddledywinks

ˈtɪdlɪˌwɪŋk

Meanings of Tiddledywinks:

noun

A game in which small plastic counters are flicked into a central receptacle by being pressed on the edge with a larger counter.

Usage examples:

Whether it's your first game or your last one or a game of table tennis or tiddlywinks, you want to…

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