Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A railway or other ticket good for only one day, usually the day of issue.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Befriend your local tackle dealer, and ask about clubs and day-ticket waters nearby.

    We're all hooked on fishing now

  • Befriend your local tackle dealer, and ask about clubs and day-ticket waters nearby.

    We're all hooked on fishing now

  • He looked through the letter a second time, folded it up, put it in his pocket, and went about his usual affairs; but the expression did not leave his face all day; and the next morning he took a day-ticket by the railway to Broadstone, where, as it was the day of the petty sessions, he had little doubt of meeting Mr. Edmonstone.

    The Heir of Redclyffe

  • The 14.5-acre business is currently run offering day-ticket trout fishing.

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  • Travellers are to deliver fuch tickets at the firit turnpike they pafs through, or pay is.od. for each horfe; if the horfe and carriage be hirea for the day, the turnpike-keeper fhall give the traveller a ticket in exchange, with the words "received day-ticket" on it, which ticket fhall be fhewn at every gate the traveller pafTes through that. day,, or he fhall pay is.gd. for each horfe, which the toll-gatherer fhall have to his own nfe.

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