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TICK'ET, noun

1. A piece of paper or a card, which gives the holder a right of admission to some place; as a ticket for the play-house or for other exhibition.

2. A piece of paper or writing, acknowledging some debt, or a certificate that something is due to the holder.

3. A piece of paper bearing some number in a lottery, which entitles the owner to receive such prize as may be drawn against that number. When it draws no prize, it is said to draw a blank, and the holder has nothing to receive.

TICK'ET, verb transitive To distinguish by a ticket