Tic"kle-foot`ed (?), a. Uncertain; inconstant; slippery. [Obs. & R.] Beau. & Fl.
Tick"tack` (?), n. [See Tick to beat, to pat, and (for sense 2) cf. Tricktrack.]
1. A noise like that made by a clock or a watch.
2. A kind of backgammon played both with men and pegs; tricktrack.
A game at ticktack with words. Milton.
Tick"tack`, adv. With a ticking noise, like that of a watch.
Tid"de (?), obs. imp. of Tide, v. i. Chaucer.
Tid"der (?), Tid"dle (?), v. t. [Cf. AS. tyderian to grow tender. See Tid.] To use with tenderness; to fondle. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.]
Tid"ley (?), n. (Zoöl.) (a) The wren. (b) The goldcrest. [Prov. Eng.]