pawn ticket


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pawn ticket

n.
A receipt for goods pawned.

pawn ticket

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pawnticket

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(Commerce) a receipt for goods pawned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pawn ticket - a pawnbroker's receipt for articles taken as security
receipt - an acknowledgment (usually tangible) that payment has been made
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He knows she isn't telling him the truth about the pawn ticket and her mother's ring.
OF our Prime Minister, an American writer says: 'Whilst Faust had the advantage of knowing he sold his soul to the devil but could always redeem the pawn ticket, the Prime Minister giving over Britain's high streets to Walmart, jails to Wakenhut, powerplants to Entergy (all American) is convinced he's sold his nation's soul to Santa Claus.
The deeds of the family in such a situation were mortgaged on the turn of a card; the children's Christmas presents were always boozed away and in Baudelaire's case melodramatic fiction becomes real life when you discover that the draft manuscript of Les Fleurs du Mal was sacrificed for a pawn ticket and the money used to buy more dope.
He knows she isn't telling him the truth about the pawn ticket and her mother's ring - and if she's lying to him about that, what other secrets might she be hiding?
I found pawn tickets for my rings but was unable to recover the others.
Two pawn tickets picked up near where the body of Lizzie Stride was found afforded the police some basis for investigation, but the clue is pronounced by Inspector M Williams to be of slight value.