Her husband was a "clicker" from Stafford; he had been dead eight years.
His place and function are now, for the most part, occupied by the cutter and the clicker, the riveter and the machine-girl.
You may sit in a bedizened bar-room furnished with telephone and clicker, and in half an hour be in the woods.
It was one of Clicker's manufacture, and Sir Marmaduke knew he could trust the maker and the weapon.
At first his discourse was tender and persuasive, but his voice was drowned in the clicker of cups and saucers.