|1||tepid||(adjective satellite) moderately warm; "he hates lukewarm coffee"; "tepid bath water"|
|2||termagant||(noun) a scolding nagging bad-tempered woman|
|3||terrestrial||(adjective) operating or living or growing on land|
(adjective satellite) of this earth; "transcendental motives for sublunary actions"; "fleeting sublunary pleasures"; "the nearest to an angelic being that treads this terrestrial ball"
(adjective satellite) concerned with the world or worldly matters; "mundane affairs"; "he developed an immense terrestrial practicality"
(adjective) of or relating to or characteristic of the planet Earth or its inhabitants; "planetary rumblings and eructations"- L.C.Eiseley ; "the planetary tilt"; "this terrestrial ball"
(adjective) of or relating to or inhabiting the land as opposed to the sea or air
|4||terse||(adjective satellite) brief and to the point; effectively cut short; "a crisp retort"; "a response so curt as to be almost rude"; "the laconic reply; `yes'"; "short and terse and easy to understand"|
|5||tether||(noun) restraint consisting of a rope (or light chain) used to restrain an animal|
(verb) tie with a tether; "tether horses"
|6||thrall||(noun) someone held in bondage|
(noun) the state of being under the control of another person
|7||thrifty||(adjective satellite) mindful of the future in spending money; "careful with money"|
(adjective) careful and diligent in the use of resources
|8||throe||(noun) severe spasm of pain; "the throes of dying"; "the throes of childbirth"|
(noun) hard or painful trouble or struggle; "a country in the throes of economic collapse"
|9||thwart||(noun) a crosspiece spreading the gunnels of a boat; used as a seat in a rowboat|
(verb) hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of; "What ultimately frustrated every challenger was Ruth's amazing September surge"; "foil your opponent"
|10||timbre||(noun) (music) the distinctive property of a complex sound (a voice or noise or musical sound); "the timbre of her soprano was rich and lovely"; "the muffled tones of the broken bell summoned them to meet"|
|11||timorous||(adjective satellite) timid by nature or revealing timidity; "timorous little mouse"; "in a timorous tone"; "cast fearful glances at the large dog"|
|12||torpid||(adjective satellite) slow and apathetic; "she was fat and inert"; "a sluggish worker"; "a mind grown torpid in old age"|
(adjective satellite) in a condition of biological rest or suspended animation; "dormant buds"; "a hibernating bear"; "torpid frogs"
|13||tortuous||(adjective satellite) not straightforward; "his tortuous reasoning"|
(adjective satellite) highly involved or intricate; "the Byzantine tax structure"; "convoluted legal language"; "convoluted reasoning"; "intricate needlework"; "an intricate labyrinth of refined phraseology"; "the plot was too involved"; "a knotty problem"; "got his way by lab
(adjective satellite) marked by repeated turns and bends; "a tortuous road up the mountain"; "winding roads are full of surprises"; "had to steer the car down a twisty track"
|14||toxic||(adjective) of or relating to or caused by a toxin or poison; "suffering from exposure to toxic substances"|
|15||tractable||(adjective satellite) readily reacting to suggestions and influences; "a responsive student"|
(adjective) easily managed (controlled or taught or molded); "tractable young minds"; "gold is tractable"; "the natives...being...of an intelligent tractable disposition"- Samuel Butler
|16||traduce||(verb) speak unfavorably about; "She badmouthes her husband everywhere"|
|17||tranquillity||(noun) a disposition free from stress or emotion|
(noun) a state of peace and quiet
(noun) an untroubled state; free from disturbances
|18||transmutation||(noun) an act that changes the form or character or substance of something|
(noun) a qualitative change
(noun) (physics) the change of one chemical element into another (as by nuclear decay or radioactive bombardment); "the transmutation of base metals into gold proved to be impossible"
|19||transmute||(verb) change in outward structure or looks; "He transformed into a monster"; "The salesman metamorphosed into an ugly beetle"|
(verb) alter the nature of (elements)
(verb) change or alter in form, appearance, or nature; "This experience transformed her completely"; "She transformed the clay into a beautiful sculpture"; "transubstantiate one element into another"
|20||transpire||(verb) give off (water) through the skin|
(verb) come about, happen, or occur; "Several important events transpired last week"
(verb) come to light; become known; "It transpired that she had worked as spy in East Germany"
(verb) exude water vapor; "plants transpire"
(verb) pass through the tissue or substance or its pores or interstices, as of gas
|21||traumatic||(adjective satellite) causing physical or especially psychological injury; "a stabbing remark"; "few experiences are more traumatic than losing a child"; "wounding and false charges of disloyalty"|
(adjective satellite) psychologically painful
(adjective) of or relating to a physical injury or wound to the body
|22||travail||(noun) use of physical or mental energy; hard work; "he got an A for effort"; "they managed only with great exertion"|
(noun) concluding state of pregnancy; from the onset of labor to the birth of a child; "she was in labor for six hours"
(verb) work hard; "She was digging away at her math homework"; "Lexicographers drudge all day long"
|23||trek||(noun) any long and difficult trip|
(noun) a journey by ox wagon (especially an organized migration by a group of settlers)
(verb) make a long and difficult journey; "They trekked towards the North Pole with sleds and skis"
(verb) journey on foot, especially in the mountains; "We spent the summer trekking in the foothills of the Himalayas"
|24||trenchant||(adjective satellite) clearly or sharply defined to the mind; "clear-cut evidence of tampering"; "Claudius was the first to invade Britain with distinct...intentions of conquest"; "trenchant distinctions between right and wrong"|
(adjective satellite) characterized by or full of force and vigor; "a hard-hitting expose"; "a trenchant argument"
(adjective satellite) having keenness and forcefulness and penetration in thought, expression, or intellect; "searching insights"; "trenchant criticism"
|25||trepidation||(noun) a feeling of alarm or dread|
|26||tribunal||(noun) an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business|
|27||tribute||(noun) payment extorted by gangsters on threat of violence; "every store in the neighborhood had to pay him protection"|
(noun) payment by one nation for protection by another
(noun) something given or done as an expression of esteem
|28||trite||(adjective satellite) repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse; "bromidic sermons"; "his remarks were trite and commonplace"; "hackneyed phrases"; "a stock answer"; "repeating threadbare jokes"; "parroting some timeworn axiom"; "the trite metaphor `hard as nails'"|
|29||trivial||(adjective satellite) not large enough to consider or notice|
(adjective satellite) (informal terms) small and of little importance; "a fiddling sum of money"; "a footling gesture"; "our worries are lilliputian compared with those of countries that are at war"; "a little (or small) matter"; "Mickey Mouse regulations"; "a dispute over nig
(adjective satellite) obvious and dull; "trivial conversation"; "commonplace prose"
(adjective satellite) concerned with trivialities; "a trivial young woman"; "a trivial mind"
(adjective satellite) of little substance or significance; "a few superficial editorial changes"; "only trivial objections"
|30||troth||(noun) a solemn pledge of fidelity|
(noun) a mutual promise to marry
|31||truculent||(adjective satellite) defiantly aggressive; "as truculent as a small boy who thinks his big brother can lick anybody"|
(adjective satellite) aggressively hostile; "a truculent speech against the new government"
|32||truncate||(verb) make shorter as if by cutting off; "truncate a word"; "Erosion has truncated the ridges of the mountains"|
(verb) approximate by ignoring all terms beyond a chosen one; "truncate a series"
(verb) replace a corner by a plane
(adjective satellite) terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off; "a truncate leaf"; "truncated volcanic mountains"; "a truncated pyramid"
|33||tumid||(adjective satellite) of sexual organs; stiff and rigid|
(adjective satellite) abnormally distended especially by fluids or gas; "hungry children with bloated stomachs"; "he had a grossly distended stomach"; "eyes with puffed (or puffy) lids"; "swollen hands"; "tumescent tissue"; "puffy tumid flesh"
(adjective satellite) ostentatiously lofty in style; "a man given to large talk"; "tumid political prose"
|34||tumult||(noun) the act of making a noisy disturbance|
(noun) violent agitation
(noun) a state of commotion and noise and confusion
|35||turbid||(adjective satellite) (of especially liquids) clouded as with sediment; "a cloudy liquid"; "muddy coffee"; "murky waters"|
|36||turbulence||(noun) unstable flow of a liquid or gas|
(noun) a state of violent disturbance and disorder (as in politics or social conditions generally); "the industrial revolution was a period of great turbulence"
(noun) instability in the atmosphere
|37||turmoil||(noun) disturbance usually in protest|
(noun) violent agitation
(noun) a violent disturbance; "the convulsions of the stock market"
|38||turpitude||(noun) a corrupt or depraved or degenerate act or practice; "the various turpitudes of modern society"|
|39||tutelage||(noun) attention and management implying responsibility for safety; "he is in the care of a bodyguard"|
(noun) teaching pupils individually (usually by a tutor hired privately)
|40||tycoon||(noun) a very wealthy or powerful businessman; "an oil baron"|
|41||tyranny||(noun) a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator (not restricted by a constitution or laws or opposition etc.)|
(noun) dominance through threat of punishment and violence
|42||ubiquitous||(adjective satellite) being present everywhere at once|
|43||ulterior||(adjective satellite) coming at a subsequent time or stage; "the future president entered college at the age of 16"; "awaiting future actions on the bill"; "later developments"; "without ulterior argument"|
(adjective satellite) beyond or outside an area of immediate interest; remote; "a suggestion ulterior to the present discussion"; "without...any purpose, immediate or ulterior"- G.B.Shaw
(adjective satellite) lying beyond what is openly revealed or avowed (especially being kept in the background or deliberately concealed); "subterranean motives for murder"; "looked too closely for an ulterior purpose in all knowledge"- Bertrand Russell
|44||umbrage||(noun) a feeling of anger caused by being offended; "he took offence at my question"|
|45||unalloyed||(adjective satellite) used of metals|
|46||uncanny||(adjective satellite) beyond what is natural; "his uncanny sense of direction"; (`unco' is chiefly Scottish)|
(adjective satellite) suggesting the operation of supernatural influences; "an eldritch screech"; "the three weird sisters"; "stumps...had uncanny shapes as of monstrous creatures"- John Galsworthy; "an unearthly light"; "he could hear the unearthly scream of some curlew pierc
|47||uncouth||(adjective satellite) lacking refinement or cultivation or taste; "he had coarse manners but a first-rate mind"; "behavior that branded him as common"; "an untutored and uncouth human being"; "an uncouth soldier--a real tough guy"; "appealing to the vulgar taste for violence";|
|48||undermine||(verb) hollow out as if making a cave or opening; "The river was caving the banks"|
(verb) destroy property or hinder normal operations; "The Resistance sabotaged railroad operations during the war"
|49||unequivocal||(adjective) admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; having only one meaning or interpretation and leading to only one conclusion; "unequivocal evidence"; "took an unequivocal position"; "an unequivocal success"; "an unequivocal promise"; "an unequivocal (or univoc|
(adjective satellite) clearly defined or formulated; "the plain and unequivocal language of the laws"- R.B.Taney
|50||unfeigned||(adjective satellite) not pretended; sincerely felt or expressed; "genuine emotion"; "her interest in people was unfeigned"; "true grief"|