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tsk.interjection (tsk, often used tsk!, has a t-like sound produced by suction rather than explosion); used to express disappointment or sympathy
tsk.noun,.plural.tsks
a sucking noise made by suddenly releasing the tongue from the hard palate, used to express disappointment or sympathy
tsk.verb

tumbledown.adjectives
being in such bad repair as to seem in danger of collapsing; very dilapidated or rickety (a tumbledown shack)

tumble, tumbled, tumbling, tumbles.verbs
intransitive verb use.to perform acrobatic.feats such as somersaults, rolls or twists; to fall or roll end over end (the kittens tumbled over each other); to spill or roll out in confusion or disorder (schoolchildren tumbled out of the bus); to pitch headlong; fall (tumbled on the ice); to proceed haphazardly; to collapse (the walls came tumbling down); to drop (prices tumbled); to come upon accidentally; happen on (we tumbled on a first-rate restaurant); to come to a sudden overstanding; catch on (I tumbled to the reality that I was being cheated
transitive verb use.to cause to fall; bring down (a scandal that tumbled the family to moving); to put, spill or toss haphazardly (tumbled the extra parts into a box; to toss or whirl in a drum, tumbler or tumbling box; got a drum for tumbling rocks to make the smooth and suitable for jewelry)
tumble.noun,.plural.tumbles
an act of tumbling (the juggler tumbles to balls; the ball took two tumbles before coming to rest); a fall

thong.noun,.plural.thongs
a narrow.strip, as of leather, used for binding or lashing; whip of plaited leather or cord; a sandal held on the foot by a strip that fits between the first and second toes and is connected to a strap usually passing over the top or around the sides of the foot

trophy.noun,.plural.trophies
a prize or memento, such as a cup or plaque, received as a symbol of victory, especially in sports

tale.noun,.plural.tales
a recital of events or happenings (told us tales of his years sailing the oceans and the places he visited); a narrative of real or imaginary events; a story; a folktale

turn in.phrasal verb
when you turn in, you go to bed (would you like some tea before you turn in?); when you turn in a completed piece of work such as written work, you give it to the person who asked you to do it (now we wait for them to turn in their essays; I want everybody to turn a report in on ancient kings); to hand in; if you turn something in, you return it to the place or person you borrowed it from

turn, turned, turning, turns.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause to move around an axis or a center; cause to rotate or revolve; to cause to move around in order to.achieve a result, such as opening, closing, tightening or loosening (turn the key; turn a screw); to alter or control the functioning of a mechanical.device, for example) by the use of a rotating or similar movement (please turn the iron to a hotter setting); to perform or accomplish by rotating or revolving (turn a somersault); to change the position of, so that the underside becomes the upper side (turn the steak; turn a page); to spade or plow.soil to bring the undersoil to the surface; to revolve in the mind; meditate on; ponder; to give a rounded form to wood for example, by rotating against a cutting tool (turned the crankshaft of the engine); to give a rounded shape to clay for example, by rotating and shaping with the hands or tools; to give distinctive, artistic or graceful form to (some actors turn their expressions into stunning performances)
intransitive verb use.to move around an axis or a center; rotate or revolve; to have a sensation of revolving or whirling, especially as a result of dizziness or giddiness; to change position from side to side or back and forth (he tossed and turned all night)

touring.noun,.plural.tourings
travel, as on a bicycle or on skis, for pleasure rather than competition
tour.noun,.plural.tours
a trip with visits to various places of interest for pleasure or instruction or business; a group.organized for such a trip or for a shorter sightseeing.excursion; a brief trip to or through a place for the purpose of seeing it )aa tour of the house); a journey to fulfil a round of engagements in several places (a country music band on a concert tour; a period of duty as in an annual trip to visit locations of interest, often to continue rapport and/or gather first hand.information on happenings and/or activities planned)
tour, toured, touring, tours.verbs
intransitive verb use.to travel from place to place, especially for pleasure; to travel among.various places while fulfilling engagements
transitive verb use.to make a tour of (toured Europe last summer; touring the countryside outside the city); to present a play for example, on a tour.
tourer.noun,.plural.tourers
tourism.noun,.plural.tourisms
the practice of traveling for pleasure; the business of providing tours and services for tourists
tourist.noun,.plural.tourists
one who travels for pleasure
touristic, touristy.adjectives
tourist class.noun,.plural.tourist classes
the lowest class of accommodations on some passenger ships and airplanes
tourist trap.noun,.plural.tourist traps
a place, such as a shop or resort.area, that offers overpriced goods and services to tourists

throne.noun,.plural.thrones
a chair occupied by an exalted personage, such as a sovereign or bishop, on state or ceremonial.occasions, often situated on a dais and sometimes having a canopy and ornate.decoration; a personage who occupies a throne (the queen sits on her throne); the power, dignity or rank of such a personage; sovereignty
throne, throned, throning, thrones.intransitive and transitive verbs
to install in or occupy a throne

tailing.noun,.plural.tailings
refuse or dross.remaining after processing has occurred (the tailing pond holding toxic.matter from an oil refinery; the tailings left from processing ore)

trail, trailed, trailing, trails.verbs
intransitive verb use.to allow to drag or stream behind, as along the ground (the dog ran off, trailing its leash); to drag the body for example, wearily or heavily; to follow the traces or scent of, as in hunting; track; to follow behind (several boats trailed the lead one); to lag behind (the dog was getting thirsty and started to trail behind a bit)
intransitive verb use.to drag or be dragged along, brushing the ground (the queen's long robe trailed behind); to extend, grow or droop loosely over a surface (vines trailing through the garden); to drift in a thin stream (smoke trailing from a dying fire); to walk or proceed with dragging steps; trudge; to be behind; a track (the trail of a animal); a marked or beaten path, as through woods or wilderness; the pioneers' trail across the prairies)

troupe.noun,.plural.troupes
a company or group, such as of touring actors, singers or dancers
troupe, trouped, trouping, troupes.intransitive verb
to tour with a theatrical company (in our younger days we trouped around shopping together)

twirl, twirled, twirling, twirls.verbs
transitive verb use.to rotate or revolve.briskly; swing in a circle; spin (twirled a baton to lead the band); to twist or wind around (twirl thread on a spindle)
intransitive verb use.to move or spin around rapidly, suddenly or repeatedly (the pinwheel twirled in the breeze; to whirl or turn suddenly; make an about-face (twirled in the direction of the noise); whirl
twirl.noun,.plural.twirls
the act of twirling or the condition of being twirled; a quick spinning or twisting; something twirled; a twist (a twirl of cotton candy)
twirler.noun,.plural.twirlers

truncheon.noun,.plural.truncheons
a short stick carried by police; a billy club; a staff carried as a symbol of office (the mayor's staff); a baton; a heavy club; a cudgel; a thick cutting from a plant, as for grafting
truncheon.verb
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