Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of ticket.

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Examples

  • Then I am what we call ticketed as a fellow without _esprit_.

    Daniel Deronda

  • Each reaches its destination, and then remains stationary, and no power on earth can make it advance beyond the place to which it is ticketed, that is, its original destination, its fundamental eternal idea.

    The Silesian Horseherd - Questions of the Hour

  • One curious thing shown to us at Saumur was the album of a manufacturer of sparkling wines containing examples of the many hundred labels ticketed with which his produce had for years past been sold.

    Facts About Champagne and Other Sparkling Wines

  • The governor noted that when he signed an executive authority to expand the lottery through Keno, the move was covered under state law because it's a so-called ticketed lottery game.

    Columbus Business News - Local Columbus News | Business First of Columbus

  • It's the first 'ticketed' signing I've done -- where a bookseller has actually been forced by my arrival to rent out an auditorium space in order to hold those who (presumably) are going to come.

    A Few More Words about Denver

  • By the end of the first year in October, the arena had brought in more than 100 "ticketed" events such as concerts, hockey games and shows.

    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin Most Viewed

  • The event is hard-ticketed, meaning that separate admission must be purchased for the event.

    MousePlanet

  • Although they've decided to make it ticketed which is ridiculous, i'm going to have to turn up at some obscene hour in the morning to get in line.

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  • In January 2003, Hanas violated the conditions of his Drug Court program when he was ticketed for being a minor in possession of alcohol.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • You could be ticketed and fined if you leave them up too long.

    Archive 2010-01-01

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