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Ticky vs Kicky - What's the difference?

ticky | kicky |


As adjectives the difference between ticky and kicky

is that ticky is infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina) while kicky is lively, exciting, thrilling.

As a noun ticky

is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As an interjection ticky

is (onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Ticky vs Bicky - What's the difference?

ticky | bicky |


As nouns the difference between ticky and bicky

is that ticky is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark) while bicky is (slang) biscuit.

As an adjective ticky

is infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina).

As an interjection ticky

is (onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Ticky vs Sicky - What's the difference?

ticky | sicky |


As adjectives the difference between ticky and sicky

is that ticky is infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina) while sicky is (informal) sick; vomiting.

As a noun ticky

is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As an interjection ticky

is (onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Licky vs Ticky - What's the difference?

licky | ticky |


As adjectives the difference between licky and ticky

is that licky is prone to licking while ticky is infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina).

As a noun ticky is

(childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As an interjection ticky is

(onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Picky vs Ticky - What's the difference?

picky | ticky |


As adjectives the difference between picky and ticky

is that picky is fussy; particular; demanding to have things just right while ticky is infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina).

As nouns the difference between picky and ticky

is that picky is (informal) a picture while ticky is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As an interjection ticky is

(onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Ticks vs Ticky - What's the difference?

ticks | ticky |


As nouns the difference between ticks and ticky

is that ticks is while ticky is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As a verb ticks

is (tick).

As an adjective ticky is

infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina).

As an interjection ticky is

(onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Ticky vs Thicky - What's the difference?

ticky | thicky |


As nouns the difference between ticky and thicky

is that ticky is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark) while thicky is (uk|slang) an idiotic person.

As an adjective ticky

is infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina).

As an interjection ticky

is (onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Ticky vs Tricky - What's the difference?

ticky | tricky |


As adjectives the difference between ticky and tricky

is that ticky is infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina) while tricky is hard to deal with, complicated.

As a noun ticky

is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As an interjection ticky

is (onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Ticky vs Icky - What's the difference?

ticky | icky |


As adjectives the difference between ticky and icky

is that ticky is infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina) while icky is (informal) unpleasantly sticky; yucky; disgusting.

As a noun ticky

is (childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As an interjection ticky

is (onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

Tickly vs Ticky - What's the difference?

tickly | ticky |


As adjectives the difference between tickly and ticky

is that tickly is having an itchy sensation like that of being tickled while ticky is infested with ticks (the tiny woodland arthropod of the order acarina).

As a noun ticky is

(childish) a tick (particularly, a check mark).

As an interjection ticky is

(onomatopoeia|also tick) representing short pitchless sound at a reasonable volume.

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