Worder - English dictionary
Worder Dictionary

All English words - page 5610

Teed

tiː

Meanings of Teed:

verb

Place the ball on a tee ready to make the first stroke of the round or hole.

Usage examples:

She fished in her pocket for a ball and teed it
noun

The letter t, or a shape like that of a capital t.

Meanings of Teed-off:

phrasal verb

To make someone very angry

Usage examples:

It really tees me off when she won’t listen to me., the players teed off more than 90 minutes late …

Meanings of Teeing:

verb

Place the ball on a tee ready to make the first stroke of the round or hole.

Usage examples:

She fished in her pocket for a ball and teed it
noun

The letter t, or a shape like that of a capital t.

Teem

tiːm

Meanings of Teem:

verb

Be full of or swarming with.

Usage examples:

Every garden is teeming with wildlife

Meanings of Teem-with:

phrasal verb

To contain large numbers of something, esp. animals or humans

Usage examples:

A river teeming with trout, belmont avenue teems with activity on a typical weekday.

Meanings of Teemed:

verb

Be full of or swarming with.

Usage examples:

Every garden is teeming with wildlife

Meanings of Teemer:

noun

A person who unloads or empties something from a wagon, cart, or other container.

Meanings of Teemful:

adjective

Full to the brim; completely full.

Teeming

tiːm

Meanings of Teeming:

verb

Be full of or swarming with.

Usage examples:

Every garden is teeming with wildlife
adjective

Full of people or things; crowded.

Usage examples:

She walked through the teeming streets

Teemingly

ˈtiː.mɪŋ.li

Meanings of Teemingly:

adverb

Productively, abundantly.

Meanings of Teemingness:

noun

Crowdedness; vibrant busyness; (formerly also) †productiveness, fecundity (obsolete).

Meanings of Teems:

verb

Be full of or swarming with.

Usage examples:

Every garden is teeming with wildlife

Meanings of Teenage:

adjective

Denoting a person between 13 and 19 years old.

Usage examples:

A teenage girl

Meanings of Teenaged:

adjective

Between 13 and 19 years old.

Usage examples:

Crowds of screaming teenaged girls
noun

A person who is 13 through 19 years old

Usage examples:

They have two teenage sons.

Meanings of Teenager:

noun

A person aged between 13 and 19 years.

Usage examples:

As a teenager she discovered she had a talent for dance

Teenagers

ˈtiːnˌeɪ.dʒər

Meanings of Teenagers:

noun

A person aged between 13 and 19 years.

Usage examples:

As a teenager she discovered she had a talent for dance

Meanings of Teener:

noun

A person in his or her teens; a teenager.

Teenier

ˈtiːni

Meanings of Teenier:

adjective

Tiny.

Usage examples:

A teeny bit of criticism

Meanings of Teeniest:

adjective

Tiny.

Usage examples:

A teeny bit of criticism

Meanings of Teenish:

adjective

Characteristic of people in their teens, youthful.

Meanings of Teens:

noun

The years of a person's age from 13 to 19.

Usage examples:

They were both in their late teens
plural noun

The years when you are 13 through 19 years old

Usage examples:

He hosted his own radio show while still in his teens., temperatures today will range from the teen…

Teensier

ˈtiːnzi

Meanings of Teensier:

adjective

Tiny.

Usage examples:

A teensy bit of custard powder

Meanings of Teensiest:

adjective

Tiny.

Usage examples:

A teensy bit of custard powder

Meanings of Teensy:

adjective

Tiny.

Usage examples:

A teensy bit of custard powder

Teensy-weensy

ˈtiːn.zi

Meanings of Teensy-weensy:

idiom

(used informally) very small

adjective

Tiny.

Usage examples:

Do we detect a teensy-weensy bit of animosity?

My Worder

Please register or authorize in order to use all the features of our service.

Random words from our English dictionary

Learn English words everywhere!

All our English words and phrases are available for learning for free in our mobile application.