verb (used with object)
Origin of ticket
Related formstick·et·less, adjectivere·tick·et, verb (used with object)un·tick·et·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for ticketed
Depending on demand and expectations, the event might have even been ticketed.
There lay the envelope, and among other ticketed papers a small roll of greenbacks—such as her father often kept there.From Sand Hill to Pine|Bret Harte
The correspondence pertaining to some of these 78 disputes was filed and ticketed, with brief contempt, “Squabbles.”Sir James Young Simpson and Chloroform (1811-1870)|Henry Laing Gordon
These relics are lodged in the London Scriptural Museum, and are all ticketed with the texts they serve to illustrate.Ten Thousand Wonderful Things|Edmund Fillingham King
British Dictionary definitions for ticketed
- a piece of paper, cardboard, etc, showing that the holder is entitled to certain rights, such as travel on a train or bus, entry to a place of public entertainment, etc
- (modifier) concerned with or relating to the issue, sale, or checking of ticketsa ticket office; ticket collector
verb -ets, -eting or -eted (tr)
Derived Formsticketing, noun
Word Origin for ticket
Idioms and Phrases with ticketed
see just the ticket; meal ticket; split ticket; straight ticket; write one's own ticket.