ticket agent

  1. someone who sells tickets (e.g., theater seats or travel accommodations)
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How To Use ticket agent In A Sentence

  • All the stewards, captains, baggage handlers, and ticket agents look and act exactly the same.
  • The terse answer from a ticket agent: ‘If we find something, you're not going anywhere, buddy.’
  • The starstruck manager pounded the keyboard with those one-note clicks peculiar to car rental clerks and ticket agents, but found nothing. THE LAST PLACE
  • Like the old buck sergeant he is, Shipley hurried them off to the appropriate ticket agent.
  • The drive from Goma takes about five hours, and we made the hastiest departure we could manage after two and a half hours of serious madness with a ticket agent, a hotel manager, a lunch break and one of the larger national banks, which it would be tedious to relate, but not half as tedious as it was to undergo. Last Chance to See
  • I followed a meandering path to where I could talk to a ticket agent, see what was available and maybe even buy a pair of ducats.
  • Recited by someone who billed himself as Napoleon XIV, the song was deemed offensive to the mentally ill, and the ticket agent and I recited the whole thing at the top of our lungs, causing the airport cops who were listening to unsnap the straps on their holsters. Some Incidental Information
  • Most ticket agents will add booking fees/administration charges to the price of the ticket.
  • A harried pitbull of a ticket agent posted at the door barked at him for his pass.
  • In a service business like air travel, surly ticket agents or foot-dragging mechanics who delay a flight can send customers fleeing.
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