verb (used with object)
Idioms for ticket
Origin of ticket
OTHER WORDS FROM tickettick·et·less, adjectivere·tick·et, verb (used with object)un·tick·et·ed, adjective
Words nearby ticket
Example sentences from the Web for tickets
Tickets go on sale to the public January 15; check back then for a link and an early peek at the inspiring lineup of speakers.
Literally, 72% of our tour income came from the tickets you bought.
With over 200 performances a year, the Met needs to sell 4,000 tickets to each of them in order to sell out.
Tickets will be free, but anyone who has ever denied anthropogenic climate change will be automatically denied a boarding pass.I Want My Damn Hoverboard! 12 Movie Inventions That Should Exist|Rich Goldstein|October 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Tickets for Women in the World Texas are on sale now at Ticketmaster and at the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre box office.
Their tickets admit the possessors to all parts of the house, but they are not transferable.The Royal Institution|Bence Jones
He attended all the lectures to which foreign exiles sent me tickets begging me to come for the love of Heaven and of Bohemia.If, Yes and Perhaps|Edward Everett Hale
Stationed on either side of the stage, they received the tickets.Watch Yourself Go By|Al. G. Field
Of course the grateful young lady sent my mother some tickets of admission, and two of them I reserved for Tommy Dott and myself.Percival Keene|Frederick Marryat
Also an outfit of tickets and uniform with which to play ticket-agent.Seeing Things at Night|Heywood Broun
British Dictionary definitions for tickets (1 of 2)
Word Origin for tickets
British Dictionary definitions for tickets (2 of 2)
- 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 forms of ticketticketing, noun
Word Origin for ticket
Idioms and Phrases with tickets
see just the ticket; meal ticket; split ticket; straight ticket; write one's own ticket.