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tic US English

A habitual spasmodic contraction of the muscles, most often in the face

tic US Thesaurus

a tic under his left eye

tic-tac US English

(In the UK) a kind of manual semaphore used by racecourse bookmakers to exchange information

nervous tic US English

A tic caused by (or attributed to) nervous dysfunction; (in extended use) a repetitive action, especially one performed out of nervousness; a habitual response.

tic douloureux US English

Another term for trigeminal neuralgia.

tic-tac-toe US English

A game in which two players seek in alternate turns to complete a row, a column, or a diagonal with either three O’s or three X’s drawn in the spaces of a grid of nine squares