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together.adverb
if people do something together, they do it with each other (we went on long bicycle rides together; they all live together in a three-bedroom house); if things are joined together, they are joined with each other so that they touch or form one whole
(mix the ingredients together thoroughly; she clasped her hands together on her lap); if things or people are situated together, they are in the same place and very near to each other (the trees grew close together; we gather together; we ironed the load of clothes together); in or into a unified.structure or arrangement (put the food processor together); simultaneously (the bells rang out together); in harmony or accord (we stood together for the picture); emotionally.stable and effective in performance (she's really got it all together in this performance)
togetherness.noun
get it all together.idiom
to unify and harmonize one's resources so as to perform with maximal.effectiveness

tousle, tousled, tousling, tousles.transitive verbs
to disarrange or rumple; dishevel
tousle.noun,.plural.tousles
a disheveled mass, as of hair

tussle, tussles, tussling, tussled.intransitive verbs
if one person tussles with another or if they tussle, they get hold of each other and struggle or fight
tussle.noun,.plural.tussles
a rough or vigorous.struggle; a scuffle

thumb.noun,.plural.thumbs
the short thick digit of the human hand, next to the index finger and opposable to each of the other four digits
thumb, thumbed, thumbing, thumbs.verbs
transitive verb use.to scan written material by turning over pages with or as if with the thumb; to solicit a ride from a passing vehicle by signaling with the thumb
intransitive verb use.scanning written matter with or as if with the thumb (thumbed quickly down the articles through the latest issue of the magazine); to hitchhike
all thumbs.idiom
lacking physical coordination, skill or grace; clumsy
thumb one's nose.idiom
to show disdain or contempt for; to express.scorn or ridicule by or as if by placing the thumb on the nose and wiggling the fingers

today.noun
the present day, time or age
today.adverb
during or on the present day; during or at the present time
today.adjective
concerned with or relating to the present time (today issues; the today generation; today's computers are smaller and lighter; the young people of today)

thread.noun,.plural.threads
from Old English 'thrawan' meaning to cause to twist or turn; a fine cord of a fibrous.material, such as cotton or flax, made of two or more filaments twisted together and used in needlework and the weaving of cloth. a piece of such cord; a thin strand, cord or filament of natural or manufactured material; something that suggests the fineness or thinness of such a strand, cord or filament (a thread of gentle cloud stretched across the sky); a helical or spiral.ridge on a screw, nut or bolt
thread, threaded, threading, threads.verbs
transitive verb use.to pass one end of a thread through the eye of a needle, for example); to pass something through in the manner of a thread (thread the wire through the opening); to pass a tape or film into or through a device (thread a film projector); to connect by running a thread through; string (thread beads); to machine a thread on a screw, nut or bolt)
intransitive verb use.to make one's way cautiously (threaded the boat carefully through the shoals and sandbars)
threader.noun,.plural.threaders

troll (British equivalent 'trawl')
to try to remove something from a river, ocean etc. by pulling a rope, line etc through the water (troll a lure); to cause to turn round and round such as by sending a social media with the intention of provoking a response to upend the logic of; OFr. troller 'wander in search of game; An {electronic mail} message, {Usenet} posting or other
   (electronic) communication which is intentionally incorrect,
   but not overtly controversial (compare {flame bait}), or the
   act of sending such a message.  Trolling aims to elicit an
   emotional reaction from those with a hair-trigger on the reply
   key.  A really subtle troll makes some people lose their
   minds.
    --- Ships towing huge magnets trolled the ocean floor.
  troll for
    --- I would troll for fish from the rowboat.
  2 to try to obtain something by searching, asking people

trolley.also spelt.trolly.noun,.plural.trolleys.also spelt.trollies
a streetcar or device that collects electric current from an underground conductor, an overhead wire or a third rail and transmits it to the motor of an electric vehicle; a small truck or car operating on a track and used in a mine, quarry or factory for conveying materials; a wheeled carriage, cage or basket that is suspended from and travels on an overhead track
trolleyed also spelt trollied, trolleying, trollying, trolleys, trollies.intransitive and transitive verbs
to convey passengers or travel by trolley

tinder.noun,.plural.tinders
readily.combustible.material, such as dry twigs, used to kindle fires

track.noun,.plural.tracks
a mark or succession of marks left by something that has passed; trace; a path indicated by such marks (an old wagon track through the mountains); a path along which something moves; a course (following the track of an airplane on radar; a method of proceeding (on the right track for solving the puzzle); a succession of ideas; a train of thought; awareness of something occurring or passing (keeping track of the score; lost all track of time when fishing in the lake); a course laid out for running or racing where there events of athletic competition on such a course, such as track and field day at school; a rail or set of parallel rails upon which railroad cars or other vehicles run; a distinct selection from a sound recording, such as a phonograph record or compact disk, usually containing an individual work or part of a larger work (the title track of an album)
track, tracked, tracking, tracks.verbs
transitive verb use.to follow the tracks of; trail (tracking wild game through the forest); to carry on the shoes and deposit (tracked mud onto the rug)
intransitive verb use.to move along a track; to follow a course; to keep a constant distance apart, used of a pair of wheels (this car has a wider track of its front and rear wheels as compared to that car)
trackable.adjective
tracker.noun,.plural.trackers
on track.idiom

theft.noun,.plural.thefts
the act or an instance of stealing; larceny; something.stolen
thievery.noun,.plural.thieveries
the act or practice of thieving
thief.noun,.plural.thieves
one who steals movable.property by stealth.rather than.force
thieve, thieved, thieving, thieves.intransitive.and.transitive verbs
to take something by theft or commit theft
thievingly.adverb
thieving.noun & adjective
thievish.adjective

trapping.noun,.plural.trappings
an ornamental covering or harness for a horse; articles of dress or adornment (accessories.such as.scarfs and necklaces add pizzaz to appearance); characteristic or symbolic signs (all the trappings of a power display designed to impress); Middle English 'trap', 'trapping', perhaps alteration of Old French 'drap' meaning cloth

trap, trapped, trapping, traps.verbs
transitive verb use.to catch in or as if in a trap; ensnare; to seal off gases by a trap; to furnish with traps or a trap; to furnish with trappings
intransitive verb use.to set traps for game

trap.noun,.plural.traps
a contrivance for catching and holding animals; a stratagem for catching or tricking an unwary person; a device for sealing a passage.against the escape of gases, as can be seen under a sink, such as a U-shaped or S-shaped bend in a drainpipe that prevents the return.flow of sewer.gas.by means of a water barrier; a land hazard on a golf course; a sand trap; a trap door

trouser.also.trowser.noun,.plural.trousers.also.trowsers
an outer garment for covering the body from the waist to the ankles, fitting each leg separately; of, designed for or to be found on trousers (trouser cuffs)

team.noun,.plural.teams
a group on the same side, as in a game; a group working together on a project; two or more draft animals used to pull a vehicle or farm.implement, such as a plow; a vehicle along with the animal or animals harnessed to it; a group of animals exhibited or performing together, as horses at an equestrian show; team sports; a team effort
team, teamed, teaming, teams.verbs
transitive verb use.to harness or join together so as to form a team; to transport or haul with a draft team
intransitive verb use.to form a team or an association; from Middle English 'team of draft animals', from Old English 'team' and from 'deuk-' meaning 'below' and 'to lead', also from Old English 'teon' meaning 'to pull', 'draw or lead', derivatives are tug, tow, tie, team, dock, duct, duke, etc and from Old High German 'ziohan', to pull

teem, teemed, teeming, teems.verbs
intransitive verb use.to be full of things; abound or swarm.(a drop of water teems with microorganisms)
teemingly.adverb
teemer.noun

trinket.noun,.plural.trinkets
a small ornament, such as a piece of jewelry (they sold ankle bracelets at the local farmers market); a trivial thing; a trifle
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