Worder - English dictionary
Worder Dictionary

All English words - page 5712

Meanings of Timing:

noun

The choice, judgement, or control of when something should be done.

Usage examples:

One of the secrets of cricket is good timing
verb

Plan, schedule, or arrange when (something) should happen or be done.

Usage examples:

The first track race is timed for 11.15

Meanings of Timings:

noun

The choice, judgement, or control of when something should be done.

Usage examples:

One of the secrets of cricket is good timing
phrase

The hours when someone is usually at work, or when an office or business is open

Usage examples:

What are your office timings?, i'm trying to find out their office timings., our office timings are…

Meanings of Timist:

noun

More generally: a person with a good sense of timing.

Meanings of Timocracies:

noun

A form of government in which possession of property is required in order to hold office.

Usage examples:

These days we have moved on from a timocracy, but you'll still find plenty examples of the john jay…

Meanings of Timocracy:

noun

A form of government in which possession of property is required in order to hold office.

Usage examples:

These days we have moved on from a timocracy, but you'll still find plenty examples of the john jay…

Meanings of Timocratic:

adjective

Relating to a form of government in which possession of property is required in order to hold office.

Usage examples:

The timocratic politics represented by caesar

Timor

ˌiːst ˈtiː.mɔːr

Meanings of Timor:

proper noun

The largest of the lesser sunda islands, in the southern malay archipelago.

noun

A country in southeast asia

Timorese

ˌtiːmɔːˈriːz

Meanings of Timorese:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of timor or its people.

Usage examples:

The film provides viewers with a taste of timorese culture
noun

A native or inhabitant of timor, or a person of timorese descent.

Usage examples:

The timorese lined the streets and cheered us in

Meanings of Timorous:

adjective

Showing or suffering from nervousness or a lack of confidence.

Usage examples:

A timorous voice

Timorously

ˈtɪm.ər.əs.li

Meanings of Timorously:

adverb

In a way that is nervous and without confidence

Usage examples:

She went timorously up the steps, and after a time dared to cross the threshold., "we could have a …

Timorousness

ˈtɪm.ər.əs.nəs

Meanings of Timorousness:

noun

The quality of being nervous and without confidence

Usage examples:

He has a touching mixture of timorousness and courage., i was a determined young man who longed to …

Meanings of Timothy:

noun

A eurasian grass which is widely grown for grazing and hay. it is naturalized in north america, where many cultivars have been developed.

Usage examples:

The majority of their diet should be free-choice grass hays such as timothy, orchard grass or brome.

Timpani

ˈtɪm.pə.ni

Meanings of Timpani:

plural noun

Kettledrums, especially when played by one musician in an orchestra.

Usage examples:

Concertos for the timpani or kettledrums, the big boys of the orchestra, are certainly unusual but …
noun

A set of kettledrums (= large metal drums with round bottoms) played in an orchestra

Meanings of Timpanist:

noun

A person who plays the timpani

Timpanists

ˈtɪm.pə.nɪst

Meanings of Timpanists:

noun

A person who plays the timpani

Meanings of Timucua:

noun

A member of a north american people who inhabited florida until the 18th century.

adjective

Relating to the timucua or their language.

Meanings of Tinamou:

noun

A ground-dwelling tropical american bird that looks somewhat like a grouse but is related to the ratites.

Usage examples:

However chickens are closely related to tinamous and the ratites by post-cranial anatomy, particula…

Tinamous

ˈtɪnəmuː

Meanings of Tinamous:

noun

A ground-dwelling tropical american bird that looks somewhat like a grouse but is related to the ratites.

Usage examples:

However chickens are closely related to tinamous and the ratites by post-cranial anatomy, particula…

Meanings of Tinctorial:

adjective

Relating to dyeing, colouring, or staining properties.

Usage examples:

The deposits had tinctorial properties of collagen using masson trichrome stain and the van gieson …

Meanings of Tincture:

noun

A medicine made by dissolving a drug in alcohol.

Usage examples:

The remedies can be administered in form of tinctures
verb

Be tinged or imbued with a slight amount of.

Usage examples:

Arthur's affability was tinctured with faint sarcasm

Meanings of Tinctured:

verb

Be tinged or imbued with a slight amount of.

Usage examples:

Arthur's affability was tinctured with faint sarcasm
noun

A medicine made by dissolving a drug in alcohol.

Usage examples:

The remedies can be administered in form of tinctures

Meanings of Tinctures:

noun

A medicine made by dissolving a drug in alcohol.

Usage examples:

The remedies can be administered in form of tinctures
verb

Be tinged or imbued with a slight amount of.

Usage examples:

Arthur's affability was tinctured with faint sarcasm

Meanings of Tincturing:

verb

Be tinged or imbued with a slight amount of.

Usage examples:

Arthur's affability was tinctured with faint sarcasm
noun

A medicine made by dissolving a drug in alcohol.

Usage examples:

The remedies can be administered in form of tinctures

Meanings of Tinder:

noun

Dry, flammable material, such as wood or paper, used for lighting a fire.

Usage examples:

They slashed down the undergrowth for tinder

Meanings of Tinderbox:

noun

A thing that is readily ignited.

Usage examples:

Dry winds and no rain have turned parts of the state into a tinderbox

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.