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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tic.
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A muscle ticced in his scarred cheek, and his eyes glowed fully black.
And the last appearance comes when Lionel learns from a Maine fisherman that "urchin season" runs from October to March and says the word "Urchin?" without comprehension and feels as he says it "that I'd ticced, that the word was itself a tic by definition, it was so innately twitchy" and that it would have made a good pronunciation for Prince's glyph.
I experienced it precisely as a loss of language, a great sucking-away of the word-laden walls that I needed around me, that I touched everywhere, leaned on for support, cribbed from when I ticced aloud.
Then, somewhere around the 20-minute mark, I twitched, I ticced -- and I transformed into something else entirely.