[ UK /tˈɪklɐ/ ]
  1. a file of memoranda or notices that remind of things to be done
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How To Use tickler In A Sentence

  • A stickler for detail, Goring actually reads the fine print on all her bills and credit cards statements to make sure she isn't being overcharged.
  • In spite of her informality of manner, she was a stickler for correct attire. Times, Sunday Times
  • I can only imagine his knapsack is full of dildos and anal beads and ticklers and handcuffs and shit. INDIANA JONES DOMINATRIX PICTURES
  • There is the classic, carefully crafted shtick of the old-fashioned nightclub comedian, routines and rib-ticklers cast and recast into perfectly polished pearls of witticism.
  • His main job is penciling — creating the initial drawings, based on stories from writers, which are then finished by inkers — and he is known as a stickler for detail. Archie: American Idol
  • The unpredictability of island life has made him a stickler for schedules.
  • He is always the first in to work and is a stickler for detail. The Sun
  • He is meeting the tickler successfully.
  • Like her copatriot counterparts Jose Gonzalez and Jens Lekman, Frida Hyvönen is a loner; a stripped-down ivory tickler, who maybe falls somewhere between our own Fiona Apple and Tori Amos. Dallas Observer | Complete Issue
  • The sport of golf is a stickler for abiding by the rules.
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