- tick-borne typhus,
- tickell, thomas,
- ticker tape,
- ticker-tape parade,
- ticket agency,
- ticket agent
Origin of ticker
Examples from the Web for ticker
If I brought down the Mob,” the Rev. Al Sharpton demanded on Monday, “I want my ticker tape parade.
Graph Search, timeline, ticker—whatever happened to the cheap thrill of the poke?
When she checked the next morning, the ticker showed 304 views.Lennon and Maisy Stella Dish on Their Viral Stardom|Nina Strochlic|June 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Ticker will enable an entire new generation of applications—games, news apps, music tools—that are built atop the social network.
And at the end of November, that ticker goes up to 38.5 when Rivera turns 41.
Jim walked over to the ticker and looked back along the ribbon of paper.The Short Line War|Samuel Merwin
We will return you the ticker because it won't be of much use to us, except the gold case.The Socialist|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
He had wandered a good deal that day, after first leaving Chebasset in the morning and next spending much time at a ticker.The Barrier|Allen French
The ticker clicks a sort of death-watch as the merciless tape, without hitch or let up, reels off destruction.Frenzied Finance|Thomas W. Lawson
He says of such people that 'eternal vigilance cannot watch liberty and the ticker at the same time.'Lady Baltimore|Owen Wister
1821, "something that ticks," from tick (2); slang meaning "heart" first recorded 1930. Ticker tape (1902) is from ticker "telegraphic device for recording stock market quotations, etc." (1883).