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Tickell

[tik-uh l] /ˈtɪk əl/
noun
1.
Thomas, 1686–1740, English poet and translator.
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  • "I will," said Mr. Tickell hastily, and ran off for the purpose; but he returned after some time with a long face.

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

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  • When the Hanover succession was disputed, Tickell gave what assistance his pen would supply.

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

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  • The praise of Wordsworth, a poet always chary of expressing approbation, has been bestowed upon Tickell. '

    The Age of Pope John Dennis
  • I tried to laugh, old care to tickle,Yet could not "Tickell" touch; And then, alas!

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

    The English Spy Bernard Blackmantle
  • Towards the close of 1712 Tickell published his poem on the Prospect of Peace.

  • The formal narrative prefixed to his works by Tickell is, by that writers own admission, little more than a bibliography.

    Addison William John Courthope
  • For sixteen years Tickell held his fellowship, but resigned it on his marriage in 1726.

    The Age of Pope John Dennis

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