Ticker Synonyms and Antonyms

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We found there are 4 synonyms for the word ticker.

  1. heart
  2. pump
  3. watch
  4. stock ticker

And we found No direct antonym for the word ticker.

Term Definition

heart, pump (noun)

the hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungs; its rhythmic contractions move the blood through the body.

watch (noun)

a small portable timepiece.

stock ticker (noun)

a character printer that automatically prints stock quotations on ticker tape.

Nearby Terms

tic (noun)
a local and habitual twitching especially in the face

tic douloureux (noun)
intense paroxysmal neuralgia along the trigeminal nerve

tic-tac-toe (noun)
a game in which two players alternately put crosses and circles in one of the compartments of a square grid of nine spaces; the object is to get a row of three crosses or three circles before the opponent does

tical (noun)
the basic unit of money in Thailand

Tichodroma (noun)
wall creepers; in some classifications placed in family Sittidae

Tichodroma muriaria (noun)
crimson-and-grey songbird that inhabits town walls and mountain cliffs of southern Eurasia and northern Africa

tichodrome (noun)
crimson-and-grey songbird that inhabits town walls and mountain cliffs of southern Eurasia and northern Africa

Ticino (noun)
an Italian-speaking region of southern Switzerland

tick (noun)
a metallic tapping sound

tick fever (noun)
caused by rickettsial bacteria and transmitted by wood ticks

tick off (verb)
put a check mark on or near or next to

tick over (verb)
run disconnected or idle

tick trefoil (noun)
any of various tropical and subtropical plants having trifoliate leaves and rough sticky pod sections or loments

tick-tack-toe (noun)
a game in which two players alternately put crosses and circles in one of the compartments of a square grid of nine spaces; the object is to get a row of three crosses or three circles before the opponent does

tick-weed (noun)
any of numerous plants of the genus Coreopsis having a profusion of showy usually yellow daisylike flowers over long periods; North and South America