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Meanings of Tautopody:

noun

A metrical foot consisting of one foot, typically an iamb, and its repetition.

Meanings of Tautosyllabic:

adjective

Belonging to the same syllable.

Meanings of Tautozonal:

adjective

Belonging to or situated in the same zone.

Meanings of Tavern:

noun

An inn or pub.

Usage examples:

He had spent some time in a nearby tavern and was drunk

Taverna

təˈvəːnə

Meanings of Taverna:

noun

A small greek restaurant or cafe.

Usage examples:

Step inside the restaurant and you'll be transported to a greek taverna, as the wonderful aroma of …

Taverns

ˈtav(ə)n

Meanings of Taverns:

noun

An inn or pub.

Usage examples:

He had spent some time in a nearby tavern and was drunk

Taw

tɔː

Meanings of Taw:

verb

Make (hide) into leather without the use of tannin, especially by soaking it in a solution of alum and salt.

Usage examples:

He was tawing a swordfish
noun

A large marble.

Usage examples:

Both players try to shoot their taws into a one-foot hole.

Tawa

ˈtɑːwə

Meanings of Tawa:

noun

A tall new zealand forest tree of the laurel family, which bears damson-like fruit.

Usage examples:

The waterway we have been following loops around this island of scrub, which is surrounded by old-g…

Tawdrier

ˈtɔː.dri

Meanings of Tawdrier:

adjective

Showy but cheap and of poor quality.

Usage examples:

Tawdry jewellery
noun

Cheap and gaudy finery.

Usage examples:

I had seen him in procession with his golden crook, preceded by the priests of his diocese, dressed…

Tawdriest

ˈtɔː.dri

Meanings of Tawdriest:

adjective

Showy but cheap and of poor quality.

Usage examples:

Tawdry jewellery
noun

Cheap and gaudy finery.

Usage examples:

I had seen him in procession with his golden crook, preceded by the priests of his diocese, dressed…

Tawdriness

ˈtɔː.dri.nəs

Meanings of Tawdriness:

noun

The quality of being cheap and low quality, although it may look look bright or attractive

Usage examples:

He has an eye that sees the tawdriness of plastic icicles and fake mistletoe., the tawdriness of th…

Tawdry

ˈtɔː.dri

Meanings of Tawdry:

adjective

Showy but cheap and of poor quality.

Usage examples:

Tawdry jewellery
noun

Cheap and gaudy finery.

Usage examples:

I had seen him in procession with his golden crook, preceded by the priests of his diocese, dressed…

Tawed

tɔː

Meanings of Tawed:

verb

Make (hide) into leather without the use of tannin, especially by soaking it in a solution of alum and salt.

Usage examples:

He was tawing a swordfish
noun

A large marble.

Usage examples:

Both players try to shoot their taws into a one-foot hole.

Meanings of Tawhid:

noun

The oneness of god.

Usage examples:

Plans for socio-religious reform in society were based on the key doctrine of tawhid

Tawing

tɔː

Meanings of Tawing:

verb

Make (hide) into leather without the use of tannin, especially by soaking it in a solution of alum and salt.

Usage examples:

He was tawing a swordfish
noun

A large marble.

Usage examples:

Both players try to shoot their taws into a one-foot hole.

Tawnier

ˈtɔːni

Meanings of Tawnier:

adjective

Of an orange-brown or yellowish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

Tawny eyes
noun

An orange-brown or yellowish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

Pine needles turning from tawny to amber

Meanings of Tawniest:

adjective

Of an orange-brown or yellowish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

Tawny eyes
noun

An orange-brown or yellowish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

Pine needles turning from tawny to amber

Meanings of Tawny:

adjective

Of an orange-brown or yellowish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

Tawny eyes
noun

An orange-brown or yellowish-brown colour.

Usage examples:

Pine needles turning from tawny to amber

Taws

tɔːz

Meanings of Taws:

verb

Make (hide) into leather without the use of tannin, especially by soaking it in a solution of alum and salt.

Usage examples:

He was tawing a swordfish
noun

A large marble.

Tawse

tɔːz

Meanings of Tawse:

noun

A thong with a slit end, formerly used in schools for punishing children.

Usage examples:

The hootsmon has not shrunk from criticising the scottish education system and - from time to time …

Tawses

tɔːz

Meanings of Tawses:

noun

A thong with a slit end, formerly used in schools for punishing children.

Usage examples:

The hootsmon has not shrunk from criticising the scottish education system and - from time to time …

Meanings of Tawtie:

adjective

Tatty.

Meanings of Tax:

noun

A compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers' income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions.

Usage examples:

Higher taxes will dampen consumer spending
verb

Impose a tax on (someone or something).

Usage examples:

The income will be taxed at the top rate

Meanings of Tax-dodger:

noun

An illegal method used to reduce the amount of tax that a person or company has to pay

Usage examples:

Stakeholder pensions have unintentionally provided the wealthy with a useful tax dodge., the chance…

Meanings of Taxa:

noun

A taxonomic group of any rank, such as a species, family, or class.

Usage examples:

The extent of polyploidy in target taxa and related species was generally unknown.

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