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Tertullian.noun (approximately 160-230 A.D.)
Carthaginian theologian who converted to Christianity (circa 193), broke with the Catholic Church (circa 207) and formed his own schismatic.sect. His writings greatly influenced Western theology.

truckle, truckled, truckling, truckles.transitive verbs
to be servile or submissive; fawn; a small wheel or roller; a caster
truckle, truckler.nouns,.plurals.truckles, trucklers

tryptophan.noun
an essential amino acid, C11H12N2O2, formed from proteins during the digestive process by the action of proteolytic-enzymes

treatise.noun,.plural.treatises
a systematic, usually.extensive written discourse on a subject

treaty.noun,.plural.treaties
a formal agreement between two or more states, as in reference to terms of peace or trade; the document in which such an agreement is set down; a contract or an agreement

Torquemada, Tomás de (1420-1498), Spanish monk and grand inquisitor, known for his ruthless administration of the Inquisition 1420-1498. A Spanish Dominican monk who was appointed grand inquisitor for all Spain in 1487. Under his authority, thousands of Protestants, Jews, suspected witches and others were killed or tortured during the Spanish Inquisition. Torquemada used the Inquisition for the next 11 years to investigate and punish Marranos (insincerely converted Jews) and Moors (a mixture of people, mostly derived from Arabs and Berbers inhabiting northern Africa), apostates and others on an unprecedented scale. Torture was used to gain evidence and a wide range of offenses. About 2000 people were burned at the stake during Torquemada's term of office. He also supported the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492.Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

turbid.adjective
having sediment or foreign particles stirred up or suspended; muddy (turbid water); heavy, dark or dense, as smoke or fog; in a state of turmoil; muddled (turbid feelings)
turbidly.adverb
turbidness or turbidiy.noun

trivium.noun,.plural.trivia
the lower division of the seven liberal arts in medieval schools, consisting of grammar, logic and rhetoric; compare quadrivium

trivia.plural.noun
insignificant or inessential matters; trifles

trivial.adjective
of little significance or value; ordinary; commonplace; concerned with or involving trivia; of, relating to or being the simplest possible case; self evident
trivially.adverb

triviality.noun,.plural-trivialities
the quality or condition of being trivial; something trivial

trivialize, trivialized, trivializing, trivializes.transitive verbs
to reduce to triviality
trivialization.noun

treason.noun
the word treason encompasses any conspiracy leading toward violence for replacement of leaders in a government, however, when kakistocracies set rules to protect policies they concoct which are advantageous to them yet.inimical to the public electing them they purport to serve, they often label any violation as treasonous; violation of allegiance toward sovereign countrymen, especially betrayal by waging.evil or by consciously and purposely acting to cause negativity upon them; a betrayal of trust; a surreptitious handing over
treasonous.adjective
treasonable
treasonously.adverb
treasonable.adjective
relating to, constituting or involving treason (a treasonable act such as corrupt politicians engage in by lying to or omitting being transparent in telling the truth to those having elected them)
treasonably.adverb
treasonableness.noun

traitor.noun,.plural.traitors
one who betrays one's country, a cause or a trust, especially one who commits treason

traitorous.adjective
having the character of a traitor; disloyal; constituting.treason (a traitorous act such as done by Benedict Arnold and Judas Iscariot:.John 13:18); faithless
traitorously.adverb
traitorousness.noun

traditor.noun,.plural.traditores
one of the early Christians who betrayed fellow Christians during persecutions such as the Roman persecution

tension.noun
the act or process of stretching something tight; the condition of so being stretched; tautness; a force tending to stretch or elongate something; a measure of such a force (a tension on the cable of 50 pounds; a high tension bridge using suspended cables as the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco, California); the interplay of conflicting elements in a piece of literature or a movie or poem; mental, emotional or nervous strain (working under great tension to meet a deadline); a strained relationship between people or groups; uneasy suspense (a comic scene that relieved the tension of the drama); a device for regulating tautness, especially a device that controls the tautness of thread on a sewing machine or loom); electrical voltage or potential; electromotive force
tension, tensioned, tensioning, tensions.transitive verbs
to subject to tension; tighten
tensional.adjective

tribute.noun,.plural.tributes
a payment or tax given by a feudal.vassal to an overlord; the obligation to make such a payment; a payment in money or other valuables made by one ruler or nation to another in acknowledgment of submission or as the price of protection or security; a tax imposed for such payment; a tax, gift, payment, declaration or other acknowledgment of gratitude, respect, admiration (put up a plaque as a tribute to his generosity); a forced.requirement (forced into paying a tax); evidence.attesting to some praiseworthy quality or characteristic (her home is a tribute to her good taste)
tributary.adjective
paying tribute to another to acknowledge submission, to obtain protection or to purchase peace; a ruler or state that pays tribute to a conquerer; contributory; paid in tribute; paying tribute (a tributary colony forced to pay taxes); a stream feeding a larger stream or a lake; making additions or yielding supplies (the sunroom is tributary to the house)
tributary.noun,.plural.tributaries
a stream that flows into a larger stream or other body of water; a ruler or nation that pays tribute

tremendous.adjective
extremely large in amount, extent or degree; enormous (building the Panama Canal was a tremendous task); marvelous; wonderful (had a tremendous night at the theater last night)
tremendously.adverb
tremendousness.noun

threat.noun,.plural.threats
an expression of an intention to inflict pain, injury, evil or punishment; an indication of impending danger or harm; one that is regarded as a possible.danger
threat, threated, threating, threats.transitive verbs
to threaten
threaten, threatened, threatening, threatens.verbs
transitive verb use-to express a threat against; to intimidate; to be a source of danger to; to give signs or warning of (the sky threated to rain); portend; to announce the possibility of in a threat
intransitive verb use-to express or use threats; to indicate danger or harm
threateningly.adverb
threatener.noun,.plural.threateners

transfigure, transfigured, transfiguring, transfigures.transitive verbs
to alter the outward appearance of; transform; convert; to exalt or glorify
transfigurement.noun
transfiguration.noun
a change in form or appearance; metamorphosis; an exalting, glorifying or spiritual change; the act of transfiguring; the state of being transfigured; the supernatural and glorified change in the appearance of Emmanuel on the mountain:.Matthew 17:1-9

thrift.noun
wise economy in the management of money and other resources; frugality

thrifty, triftier, triftiest.adjectives
practicing or marked by the practice of thrift; wisely economical
thriftily.adverb
thriftiness.noun

trend.noun,.plural.trends
a change or development towards something new or different (a growing trend towards free energy development); the general direction in which something tends to move; a general tendency or inclination; current style; vogue (the latest trend in fashion)
trend, trended, trending, trends.intransitive verbs
to extend, incline or veer in a specified direction (the prevailing wind trends east-northeast); to show a general tendency; tend 
trendy, trendier, trendiest.adjectives
of.orin accord with the latest fad or fashion (some trendy clothes need to be fashionable attire)
trendy.noun,.plural.trendies
one who is drawn.to and represents the latest trends (she's always the first to change her wardrobe)
trendily.adverb
trendiness.noun

train, trained, training, trains.verbs
transitive verb use-to coach in or accustom to a mode of behavior or performance; to make proficient with specialized instruction and practice; teach; to cause a plant or one's hair to take a desired course or shape, as by manipulating
intransitive verb use-to give or undergo a course of training (trained daily for the marathon); to travel by railroad train
trainable.adjective
trainability.noun
train.noun
a series of connected railroad cars pulled or pushed by one or more locomotives; a long line of moving people, animals or vehicles; a part of a gown that trails behind the wearer; an orderly succession of related events or thoughts; a sequence; series; a set of linked mechanical parts (a train of gears)

trek, trekked, trekking, treks.intransitive verbs
to make a slow or arduous journey; to journey on foot, especially to hike through mountainous areas
trek.noun,.plural.treks
a journey or leg of a journey, especially when slow or difficult
trekker.noun,.plural.trekkers

therewith.adverb
with that, this or it; in addition to that

tram.noun
a cable car, especially one suspended from an overhead cable; a streetcar; a streetcar line; a four-wheeled, open, box-shaped wagon or iron car run on tracks in a coal mine
tram, trammed, tramming, trams.transitive verbs
to move or convey in a tram; to adjust or align mechanical parts with a trammel; a heavy silk thread used for the weft or cross threads, in fine velvet or silk
tram.noun
an instrument for gauging and adjusting machine parts; a trammel; accurate mechanical adjustment (the device is in tram)

trammel.noun
something that restricts activity, expression or progress; a restraint; a shackle used to teach a horse to amble; a vertically set fishing net of three layers, consisting of a finely meshed net between two nets of coarse mesh; an instrument for describing ellipses; an instrument for gauging and adjusting parts of a machine; a tram; an arrangement of links and a hook in a fireplace for raising and lowering a kettle
trammel, trammeled, trammeling , trammels.transitive verbs
to enmesh in or as if in a fishing net; hamper; to hinder the activity or free movement of
trammeler.noun

trample, trampled, trampling, tramples.verbs
transitive verb use.to beat down with the feet so as to crush, bruise or destroy; tramp on; to treat harshly or ruthlessly (would trample anyone who got in their way)
intransitive verb use.to tread heavily or destructively (trampling on the flowers); to inflict injury as if by treading heavily (she finally got away from trampling on the feelings of others)
trample.noun
the action or sound of trampling
trampler.noun,.plural.tramplers
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