from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A variant of ticktacktoe.
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- n. A game in which two players take turns putting circles and crosses on a 3x3 grid and try to get three of the same symbols in a line
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- n. a game in which two players alternately put crosses and circles in one of the compartments of a square grid of nine spaces; the object is to get a row of three crosses or three circles before the opponent does
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Kidscan use them to build log cabin, alphabet letters or a tic-tac-toe board.
The children of Nuestros Niños Day Care Center wanted a playground with a miniature rock wall, five slides and a tic-tac-toe wall.
I just want to know who puts their tic-tac-toe games inside a box in the first place?
Then we played some games: we threw bean bags into targets for prizes and ran relays, spun hula hoops and played tic-tac-toe, fulfilling the mitzvah of laughing and being merry on Sukkot.
Air New Zealand studied household furniture and, in its warehouse lab, experimented with bunk beds, staggered coach seating in kind of a tic-tac-toe pattern that would allow passengers to stretch out more with legs protruding between seats, or even stacking seats atop each other in the coach cabin.
It just was creepy, because without that little tic-tac-toe sign on his head, it's just not Archie.
Played correctly, Dr. Dixit said, tic-tac-toe should always end in a draw.
The youngest passenger is 6 years old, Lauren, from St. Paul, Minn., who was playing tic-tac-toe with her mother, Kaela Oliver, an immigration lawyer, as the sun set.
The New York Timesreports a number of encouraging details, including Giffords beating one of her nurses at a game of tic-tac-toe and using music to recover her speech:
Imagine that every scene you look at through your viewfinder is overlaid with a tic-tac-toe board.