Ricky-tick



noun
1.
the mechanical, repetitive style and beat of ragtime or early swing music.
adjective, Also, ricky-ticky
[rik-ee-tik-ee, -tik-ee] /ˈrɪk iˈtɪk i, -ˌtɪk i/ (Show IPA)
2.
of or characteristic of such sound or beat.
3.
corny or outmoded.
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