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  • noun steady recurrent ticking sound as made by a clock

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Examples

  • I left the panel early (and gratefully) to go do a radio interview with a local college radio program, which went pretty well, then went around the hotel posting the pre-printed posters for my book launch I'd brought, after first scrounging tictac (you know, that sticky gum stuff) from wherever I could find it.

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  • I left the panel early (and gratefully) to go do a radio interview with a local college radio program, which went pretty well, then went around the hotel posting the pre-printed posters for my book launch I'd brought, after first scrounging tictac (you know, that sticky gum stuff) from wherever I could find it.

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  • “His breff smells like something died in der, hey budgie, want a tictac?”

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  • He arrives, at length, at the door of the side room where the devotees of cards are busy at tictac.

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  • All up the outside and the two inside stairs, his waking and sleeping were as the alternate tictac of a pendulum; but Gibbie stuck to his business like a man, and his resolution and perseverance were at length, as always, crowned with victory.

    Sir Gibbie

  • Basquash! they was take, I think as artists sometimes too much time is spent on tictac boxes, mana has a beatific smirk and a funny horselaugh.

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  • Basquash! they was take, I think as artists sometimes too much time is spent on tictac boxes, mana has a beatific smirk and a funny horselaugh.

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