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tuber.noun,.plural.tubers
Botany:.a swollen, fleshy, usually underground stem, such as the potato, bearing buds from which new plant shoots arise
Biology:.a rounded projection or swelling; a tubercle
tubercle.noun,.plural.tubercles
a small, rounded prominence or process, such as an excrescence that looks like a wart on the roots of some leguminous plants or a knoblike process in the skin or on a bone

tar.noun,.plural.tars
a dark, oily, viscous.material, consisting.mainly of hydrocarbons, produced by the destructive.distillation of organic.substances such as wood, coal or peat; coal tar
tar, tarred, tarring, tars.transitive verbs
to coat with or as if with tar

toss, tossed, tossing, tosses.verbs
transitive verb use.to throw lightly or casually or with a sudden.slight.jerk (tossed the letter in the wastebasket; to throw, fling or heave.continuously.about; pitchto and fro (boats that were tossed by the storm); to mix a salad; to discuss.informally; bandy (tossed the idea around); to move or lift the head with a sudden motion (she tossed up her head, moving it also from side to side to swish the hair for attention); to flip coins in order to.decide something, such as, who will go first
intransitive verb use.to be moved here and there; be flung.to and fro; to move about restlessly; twist and turn (toss around in one's sleep); to flip a coin to decide
toss.noun,.plural.tosses
the act of tossing or the condition of being tossed; the distance that something is or can be tossed (that's about a 30 foot toss of the ball); an abrupt upward movement, as of the head; a flipping of a coin to decide something (the home team won the toss and elected to kick off)
tosser.noun,.plural.tossers

throw, threw, thrown, throwing, throws.verbs
transitive verb use.to propel through the air with a motion of the hand or arm; to discharge into the air by any means (a machine that throws tennis balls; ash that was thrown by an erupting volcano); to hurl or fling with great force or speed (threw themselves on the food; jetsam that had been thrown up onto the shore; to hurl to the ground or floor (the horse threw its rider); to cause confusion or perplexity in; disconcert (we didn't let our worries throw us)
transitive verb use.to cast, fling or hurl something
throw.noun,.plural.throws
the act or an instance of throwing; the distance to which something is or can be thrown (a stone's throw away); a roll or cast of dice; the combination of numbers so obtained (how did the numbers come up?); the radius of a circle described by a crank, cam or similar.machine.part); the maximum.displacement of a machine part moved by another part, such as a crank or cam

as they say, also,.they say, also,.as we say.adverbs
in a manner of speaking; so to speak; it is rumored (the feeling is, as they say, still burning brightly) 
they.pronominal
used to refer to the ones previously mentioned or implied; used to refer to people in general
their.adjective
the possessive form of the word 'they', used as a modifier before a noun, such as in 'their accomplishments'; 'their home town';
them.pronominal
the objective of the word 'they', used as the direct object of a verb, such as in the sentence 'We saw them at the conference'; used as the indirect object of a verb such as in the sentence 'We gave them a round of applause'; also used as the object of a preposition as in 'This letter is addressed to them'
they'd
they had; they would
they'll
they will; they shall
they're
they are
they've
they have

there.adverb
at or in that place (sit over there if you want to); to, into or toward that place (she wouldn't go there again, the food wasn't fresh); at that stage, moment or point (better stop right there, you're too close to the edge)
there'd.contraction
there had; there would; date 1691
there'll.contraction
there will; there shall; date 1616
there's.contraction
there is; there has; date 1580
there.pronominal
used to introduce a clause or sentence (there are numerous.items on display; there must be another washroom); used to indicate an unspecified person in direct.address (hello there)
there.adjective
used as an intensive (the policeman there ought to know the directions to city hall)
there.noun
that place or point (stopped for awhile, then went on from there) there.interjection
used to express.feelings such as relief, satisfaction, sympathy or anger (there, that's done, now I can sit down while it bakes)

transubstantiation.noun
conversion of one substance into another; a doctrine of some religions about the bread and wine of the what's called the Eucharist being transformed into the body and blood of Emmanuel, even though the appearance of the bread and wine don't change, assuming then that somehow the invisible Christ goes into the bread and wine those who believe the doctrine eat and drink, thus taking God inside a person, but not realizing God is already there:.1John 4:15; the bread symbolizes the body of Christ when in the physical as the person of Emmanuel and the wine being the blood shed because of the Roman cruelty to Emmanuel's physical body:.Isaiah 52:14.
transubstantiationalist.noun,.plural.transubstantiationalists

tapeworm.noun,.plural.tapeworms
a tapeworm is a long, flat parasite which lives in the stomach and intestines of animals or people

Theodore Roethke, 1908-1963
American poet whose short, lyrical works, often imbued with floral images, were published in The Waking, 1953 and other collections

twine, twined, twining, twines.verbs
transitive verb use.to twist together threads, for example; intertwine; to form by twisting, intertwining or interlacing; to encircle or coil.about (the fence post was twined by vines); to wind, coil or wrap around something (she was slowly twining a wisp of her hair)
intransitive verb use.to become twisted, interlaced or interwoven; to go in a winding course; twist about (a stream twining through the forest)
twine.noun,.plural.twines
a strong string or cord made of two or more threads twisted together; something formed by twining (a twine of bread dough); a tangle; a knot
twiner.noun,.plural.twiners

table d'hôte.noun,.plural.tables d'hôte
a meal served to all guests at a stated hour and fixed price; a complete meal of several.courses offered at a fixed price, often at a communal table for all the guests at a hotel or restaurant; a full-course meal offering a limited number of choices and served at a fixed price in a restaurant or hotel

tutor.noun,.plural.tutors
one qualified to teach another usually out of a school environment and privately in the home of the one being.taught; one that gives additional, special or remedial instruction
tutor, tutored, tutoring, tutors.verbs
transitive verb use.to act as a tutor to; instruct or teach privately; to have the guardianship, tutelage or care of
intransitive verb use.to function as a tutor; to be instructed by a tutor; study under a tutor's guidance
tutelage.noun,.plural.tutelages
the capacity or activity of a guardian; guardianship; the capacity or activity of a tutor; instruction or teaching; the state of being under the direction of a guardian or tutor

toboggan.noun,.plural.toboggans
a toboggan is a light wooden long, narrow sled with a curved front, used for traveling down hills on snow or ice (the kids love tobogganing in the winter time);
toboggan, tobogganed, tobogganing, toboggans.intransitive verbs
to coast, ride or travel on a toboggan
tobogganer.or.tobogganist.noun,.plural.tobogganers.or.tobogganists
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