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tacky, tackier, tackiest.adjectives
lightly adhesive or gummy to the touch; sticky
tackiness.noun

tacky, tackier, tackiest.adjectives
neglected and in a state of disrepair (a tacky old cabin in the woods); lacking.style or good taste; tawdry (tacky clothes); distasteful or offensive; tasteless (a tacky remark)
tackily.adverb

tint.noun,.plural.tints
a shade of a color, especially a pale or delicate.variation; a gradation of a color made by adding white to it to lessen its saturation; a slight coloration; a tinge; a barely.detectable.amount or degree; a trace; a shaded effect in engraving produced by fine, close, parallel lines; a dye for the hair
tint, tinted, tinting, tints.intransitive.and.transitive verb use
to give a tint to or take on a tint
tinter.noun,.plural.tinters

trench.noun,.plural.trenches
a deep furrow or ditch; a long, narrow ditch embanked with its own soil and used for concealment; a long, steep-sided valley on the ocean floor; see also trough
trench, trenched,trenching, trenches.verbs
transitive verb use.to cut a trench in; to fortify with trenches; to place in a trench; to make a cut in; carve
intransitive verb use.to dig trenches or a trench; to verge or encroach upon

Thessalonica
a city of northeast Greece on an inlet of the Aegean Sea (map). Founded circa.B.C.E. 315, it flourished after B.C.E. 146 as the capital of the Roman province of Macedon. In the 1st century A.D., the apostle.Paul preached to those in that city (map) and wrote the two books of Thessalonians. Thessalonica was then in the Roman province of Macedonia. The city was occupied in the 10th century A.D. by the Saracens and in the 12th century by the Normans. In the 13th century it became part of the Byzantine Empire; many fine examples of Byzantine art survive in the city, particularly the mosaics in some of its historic churches, including the Basilica of Hagia Sophia and the Church of Saint George. The city was under Turkish occupation from 1430 A.D. to 1912, when it was surrendered to a Greek army. George I of Greece was assassinated here in 1913. The city was occupied by the Germans in World War II. Today it is a major port and the second-largest city in Greece. Population 500,000.....comprised with Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Thebes.noun
an ancient city of Upper Egypt on both sides of the Nile River in present-day central Egypt, about 450 miles (725 kilometers) south of Cairo, being partly inhabited today by the modern towns of Al Karnak and Luxor, where the Luxor temple was. Thebes had a hundred gates. From B.C.E. 2035 Thebes flourished to become Egypt's capital. Thebes had a royal residence and a religious center for the worship of their mythological god Amen. Its archaeological remains include many splendid temples and the tomb of Tutankhamen in the nearby Valley of the Kings; the name Thebes was also an ancient city of Boeotia in east-central Greece northwest of Athens, reaching the height of its power in B.C.E. the fourth century and but was largely destroyed by Alexander the Great in B.C.E. 336; It was named Thebes by the Greeks, who knew it as Diospolis (heavenly city); it is the city identified in the Old Testament as No, meaning city or No-Amon, meaning city of Amon:.Nahum 3:8.
Theban.adjective.&.noun

toil, toiled, toiling, toils.intransitive verbs
when people toil, they work hard doing unpleasant or tiring tasks (people who toiled in dim, dank factories were too exhausted to enjoy their family life; she has toiled away at the violin for years; Sally toils away serving burgers at the local cafe); toil is unpleasant work that is physically very tiring; work strenuously; labor.continuously
toil.noun,.plural.toils
exhausting labor or effort; work that enervates a person
toiler.noun,.plural.toilers

textile.noun,.plural.textiles
a cloth manufactured by weaving or knitting; a fabric; fiber or yarn for weaving or knitting into cloth; often used to modify another noun (textile mills; a textile weave)

thalamus.noun,.plural.thalami
a large ovoid.mass of gray matter.situated in the posterior part of the forebrain that relays sensory impulses to the cerebral cortex
in botany, the receptacle of a flower
thalamically.adverb

trapezium.noun,.plural.trapeziums.or.trapezia
a quadrilateral having no parallel sides; a trapezoid; a bone in the wrist at the base of the thumb
trapezoid.noun,.plural.trapezoids
a quadrilateral having two parallel sides; a small bone in the wrist, situated near the base of the index finger
trapezoid.or.trapezoidal.adjective

tubular.adjective
of.or.relating.to a tube; constituting or consisting of tubes or a tube; shaped like a tube
tubularity.noun,.plural.tubularities
tubularly.adverb
tube.noun,.plural.tubes
a tube is a long hollow.object that is usually round, like a pipe (a cardboard tube in the center of toilet paper or paper towels); some long, thin, hollow parts in your body are referred to as tubes (the lungs are in fact constructed of thousands of tiny tubes); a tube of something such as paste is a long, thin container which you squeeze.in order to force the paste out (a tube of toothpaste; a small tube of moisturizer); a hollow cylinder, especially one that conveys a fluid or functions as a passage (the kids went down the waterslide tube); a duct (a bronchial tube); an electron tube; a vacuum tube; a subway; a tunnel; the tube is the underground railway system in London; in inner tube (the kids in the water on an inner tube); television (what's on the tube?); a television set
tube, tubed, tubing, tubes.verbs
transitive verb use.to provide with a tube; insert a tube in; to place in or enclose in a tube
intransitive verb use.to float down a stream or river for recreation in an inner tube (went tubing on Sunday afternoon)
down the tube(s).idiom
into a state of failure or ruin (saw her plans go down the tubes); if a business, economy, institution or country goes down the tubes or goes down the tube, it fails or collapses completely

taste, tasted, tasting, tastes.verbs
transitive verb use.to distinguish the flavor of by taking into the mouth; one of our five senses; to eat or drink a small quantity of; to sample; to experience, especially for the first time; to perceive as if by the sense of taste
intransitive verb use.to distinguish flavors in the mouth; to have a distinct flavor (the stew tastes nicely salty); to eat or drink a small amount
taste.noun,.plural.tastes
the sense that distinguishes the sweet, sour, salty and bitter qualities of dissolved substances in contact with the taste buds on the tongue; the unified.sensation produced by any of these qualities plus a distinct smell and texture; flavor; the act of tasting; a small quantity eaten or tasted; a limited or first experience; a sample; a personal.preference or liking (a taste for knowledge; a room furnished with superb taste); taste is what you like and the kind of things that someone likes (we have similar  tastes in music; while she was in France she  developed a taste for  fine wines; there are books to suit everyone's tastes; courses that cater for all tastes; she has expensive tastes; choosing a wedding dress is all a matter of personal taste; the colors were much too bright for my taste; olives are something of  an acquired taste; judgment; someone's judgment when they choose clothes, decorations etc.; having good/bad etc. taste (some people have really bad taste in clothes); taste is also the quality of being.acceptable and not offensive; well-bred; a short experience of something that shows you what it is like (we tasted Indian food and liked it; it gave him his first taste of acting for the big screen)
tastable.adjective
tasteless.adjective
lacking flavor; insipid; not having or showing good taste
tastelessly.adverb
tastelessness.noun

translucent.adjective
a translucent object allows for light to pass through it but doesn't allow for the clear seeing one haves when not looking through the object (many privacy areas in offices and medical establishments use translucent glass where, when looking at the glass, one sees that a person is there but is unable to clearly see who is); transmitting light but causing.sufficient.diffusion to prevent perception of distinct images; clear; lucid
translucence.noun
translucency.noun,.plural.translucencies
translucently.adverb

truce.noun,.plural.truces
a truce is an agreement between two people or groups of people to stop fighting or quarreling for a short time; a temporary.cessation or suspension of hostilities by agreement of the opposing sides; an armistice; a respite from a disagreeable.state.of.affairs
truce, truced, trucing, truces.intransitive.and.transitive verbs
to end or be ended with a truce
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