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Meanings of Tauruses:

noun

The second sign of the zodiac, covering the period april 20 to may 20 and represented by a bull, or a person born during this period

Taus

taʊ

Meanings of Taus:

noun

The nineteenth letter of the greek alphabet ( τ, τ ), transliterated as ‘t’.

Taut

tɔːt

Meanings of Taut:

adjective

Stretched or pulled tight; not slack.

Usage examples:

The fabric stays taut without adhesive

Meanings of Tauted:

adjective

Of hair, the coat of an animal, etc.: tangled, matted; long and unkempt. of a person or animal: having tangled, unkempt hair; shaggy. compare earlier "tatted", slightly later tauty .

Meanings of Tautegorical:

adjective

Of a symbol (usually in mythology or religion): signifying only itself, as opposed to representing or standing for something else; existing to draw attention to its own existence; (also) of or relating to this kind of symbolism.

Meanings of Tautegory:

noun

A tautegorical symbol or expression.

Tauten

ˈtɔː.tən

Meanings of Tauten:

verb

Make or become tight or tense.

Usage examples:

Masks tauten and cleanse the complete face

Tautened

ˈtɔː.tən

Meanings of Tautened:

verb

Make or become tight or tense.

Usage examples:

Masks tauten and cleanse the complete face

Meanings of Tautening:

verb

Make or become tight or tense.

Usage examples:

Masks tauten and cleanse the complete face

Meanings of Tautens:

verb

Make or become tight or tense.

Usage examples:

Masks tauten and cleanse the complete face

Tauter

tɔːt

Meanings of Tauter:

adjective

Stretched or pulled tight; not slack.

Usage examples:

The fabric stays taut without adhesive

Meanings of Tautest:

adjective

Stretched or pulled tight; not slack.

Usage examples:

The fabric stays taut without adhesive

Meanings of Tautit:

adjective

Of hair, the coat of an animal, etc.: tangled, matted; long and unkempt. of a person or animal: having tangled, unkempt hair; shaggy. compare earlier "tatted", slightly later tauty .

Meanings of Tautly:

adverb

In a way that is tight or completely stretched

Usage examples:

Carefully, but tautly, tie the netting to the twine., he had superb facial bones over which dark co…

Meanings of Tautness:

noun

The quality of being tight or completely stretched

Usage examples:

The symptoms of sunburn include hot, painful skin, redness and tautness., her stomach had lost some…

Meanings of Tautochrone:

noun

A curve upon which a body moving under gravity or another force will reach the lowest point (or some other fixed point) in the same amount of time, regardless of the point from which it starts.

Meanings of Tautochronism:

noun

The property of being a tautochrone.

Meanings of Tautochronous:

adjective

Of a curve: that is a tautochrone. also (of a body): that follows a tautochrone.

Tautog

tɔːˈtɒɡ

Meanings of Tautog:

noun

A greyish-olive edible wrasse (fish) which occurs off the atlantic coast of north america.

Usage examples:

And we put no credence whatever in the old myth that the vent of the tautog closes over in winter.

Meanings of Tautogs:

noun

A greyish-olive edible wrasse (fish) which occurs off the atlantic coast of north america.

Usage examples:

And we put no credence whatever in the old myth that the vent of the tautog closes over in winter.

Meanings of Tautologic:

adjective

Tautological.

Tautological

ˌtɔː.təˈlɒdʒ.ɪ.kəl

Meanings of Tautological:

adjective

Using two words or phrases that express the same meaning, in a way that is unnecessary and usually unintentional

Usage examples:

The phrase "advance planning" is tautological since when else are you going to plan something?, if …

Tautologically

ˌtɔː.təˈlɒdʒ.ɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Tautologically:

adverb

Using two words or phrases that express the same meaning, in a way that is unnecessary and usually unintentional

Usage examples:

Officially, if tautologically, he called the handover "the start of a new beginning"., it is tautol…

Meanings of Tautologicalness:

noun

The quality or state of being tautological.

Tautologies

tɔːˈtɒl.ə.dʒi

Meanings of Tautologies:

noun

The saying of the same thing twice over in different words, generally considered to be a fault of style (e.g. they arrived one after the other in succession ).

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