Tickell

[tik-uh l]
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noun

Thomas,1686–1740, English poet and translator.

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Historical Examples of tickell

  • "No, more like lords in disguise," said Tickell, thoughtfully.

  • "Here they are; here they are," cried Tickell, to a little crowd he had collected.

  • "Look, Mr. Tickell, there's Mrs. Morgan beckoning to you," said Reg.

  • The fame of his grandsire, the Tickell of Addison, was not hurt by the descent to him.

    The English Spy

    Bernard Blackmantle

  • I tried to laugh, old care to tickle,Yet could not "Tickell" touch; And then, alas!