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be (just) the ticket

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe (just) the ticketbe (just) the ticketold-fashionedGOOD/EXCELLENT to be exactly what is needed ticket
Examples from the Corpus
be (just) the ticketIf their tours are as much fun as their zany brochure, Wild Women Adventures could be just the ticket.This bus could be just the ticket for a small family.And for those whose attention spans are trained to a short leash, it may be just the ticket.If you have a chronic condition that has made it difficult to exercise, this may be the ticket.Humphrey and Senator Muskie were the ticket, but all that anybody remembered was Daley and his city.They can be used as counters for they are the tickets to our mystic world.This was just the ticket, I thought, sitting on my canvas chair, quietly digesting my cake.
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