Charles shouted upstairs to his wife,» Hurry up or we’ll be late.» «Oh, be quiet,» replied his wife. «Haven’t I been telling you for the last hour that I’ll be ready in a minute?»
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List of words beginning with: T
Found: 1692 results
n.pl. (often attrib.) Small savoury esp. Spanish dishes. [spanish]
—n. - wick coated with wax etc. For conveying a flame.
- slender candle. —v. (often foll. By off) 1 diminish or reduce in thickness towards one end.
- make or become gradually less. [old english]
n. Nocturnal central and s. American or malaysian hoofed mammal with a short flexible snout. [tupi]
adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 slow to act, come, or happen.
- delaying or delayed. tardily adv. Tardiness n. [latin tardus slow]
n. (often attrib.) 1 (in sing. Or pl.) A pack of mainly picture cards used in fortune-telling. B any game played with a similar pack of 78 cards.
- any card from a tarot pack. [french]
adj. (-ier, -iest) of, like, or smeared with tar.
- v. (-ies, -ied) archaic linger, stay, wait. [origin unknown]
adj. Colloq. (-ier, -iest) (esp. Of a woman) vulgar, gaudy; promiscuous. [from *tart2]
bud n. Cell or nerve-ending on the surface of the tongue by which things are tasted.
- —n. - a sensation caused in the mouth by contact with a soluble substance. B faculty of perceiving this (bitter to the taste).
- small sample of food or drink.
- slight experience (taste of success).
- (often foll. By for) liking or predilection (expensive tastes).
- aesthetic discernment in art, clothes, conduct, etc. (in poor taste). —v. (-ting) 1 sample the flavour of (food etc.) By taking it into the mouth.
- (also absol.) Perceive the flavour of (cannot taste with a cold).
adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 pleasing in flavour; appetizing.
- colloq. Attractive. tastily adv. Tastiness n.
adj. (-ier, -iest) colloq. - tattered; shabby.
- tawdry. tattily adv. Tattiness n. [originally scots, = shaggy, apparently related to *tatter]
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