- Doctor, doctor! I"ve had a sore stomach ever since I ate three crabs last week.
- Did they smell bad when you took them out of their shells?
- What do you mean "took them out of their shells"?
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List of words beginning with: T
Found: 1692 results
n. Machine for stretching cloth to dry in shape. [medieval latin tentorium: related to *tend1]
n. - condition, or form of right or title, under which (esp. Real) property is held.
- (often foll. By of) a holding or possession of an office or property. B period of this.
- guaranteed permanent employment, esp. As a teacher or lecturer. tenured adj. [latin teneo]
n. (also tiercel) male hawk, esp. A peregrine or goshawk. [latin tertius third]
n. (pl. -s) bivalve mollusc that bores into submerged timbers of ships etc. [latin from greek]
n. - extreme fear.
- a terrifying person or thing. B colloq. Formidable or troublesome person or thing, esp. A child.
- organized intimidation; terrorism. [latin terreo frighten]
n. - person or thing that tests.
- bottle etc. Containing a cosmetic for trial in a shop.
pl. Of *testis.
n. (pl. Testes) anat. & zool. Testicle. [latin, = witness (cf. *testicle)]
adj. (-ier, -iest) peevish, irritable. tetchily adv. Tetchiness n. [teche blemish, fault]
—n. Rope etc. Confining a grazing animal. —v. Tie with a tether. at the end of one's tether at the limit of one's patience, resources, etc. [old norse]
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Polar Bears trying to blend in with the ice will sometimes cover up their black nose with their paws.