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Meanings of Touchup:

noun

A quick improvement made to the appearance of something.

Usage examples:

The hotels had undergone more than the customary touch-ups and refurbishing

Meanings of Touchups:

noun

A quick improvement made to the appearance of something.

Usage examples:

The hotels had undergone more than the customary touch-ups and refurbishing

Meanings of Touchwood:

noun

Readily flammable wood used as tinder, especially when made soft by fungi.

Meanings of Touchy:

adjective

Easily upset or offended; oversensitive.

Usage examples:

She's a little touchy about her age

Touchy-feely

ˌtʌtʃ.iˈfiː.li

Meanings of Touchy-feely:

adjective

Kind and loving, especially by touching and holding people more than is usual, often in a way that makes other people uncomfortable

Usage examples:

A touchy-feely approach, she's one of those touchy-feely people, always putting her hand on your ar…

Meanings of Tough:

adjective

(of a substance or object) strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough handling.

Usage examples:

Tough rucksacks for climbers
noun

A rough and violent man.

Usage examples:

A gang of toughs
verb

Endure a period of hardship or difficulty.

Tough cookie

ˌtʌf ˈkʊk.i

Meanings of Tough cookie:

noun

A person who is able to deal with difficult situations and not be easily defeated, frightened, or upset

Usage examples:

He said his wife is a tough cookie, a breast cancer survivor who battled the disease for nearly ten…

Meanings of Tough-guy:

noun

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Toughen

ˈtʌfn

Meanings of Toughen:

verb

Make or become stronger or more resilient.

Usage examples:

He tried to toughen his son up by sending him to public school

Meanings of Toughened:

verb

Make or become stronger or more resilient.

Usage examples:

He tried to toughen his son up by sending him to public school

Toughening

ˈtʌf.ən

Meanings of Toughening:

verb

Make or become stronger or more resilient.

Usage examples:

He tried to toughen his son up by sending him to public school

Meanings of Toughens:

verb

Make or become stronger or more resilient.

Usage examples:

He tried to toughen his son up by sending him to public school

Meanings of Tougher:

adjective

(of a substance or object) strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough handling.

Usage examples:

Tough rucksacks for climbers
noun

A rough and violent man.

Usage examples:

A gang of toughs
verb

Endure a period of hardship or difficulty.

Meanings of Toughest:

adjective

(of a substance or object) strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough handling.

Usage examples:

Tough rucksacks for climbers
noun

A rough and violent man.

Usage examples:

A gang of toughs
verb

Endure a period of hardship or difficulty.

Toughie

ˈtʌf.i

Meanings of Toughie:

noun

A person who is tough and determined.

Usage examples:

She was a toughie on the phone

Meanings of Toughies:

noun

A person who is tough and determined.

Usage examples:

She was a toughie on the phone

Toughness

ˈtʌf.nəs

Meanings of Toughness:

noun

The state of being strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough handling.

Usage examples:

The toughness of steel

Meanings of Toughs:

noun

A rough and violent man.

Usage examples:

A gang of toughs
verb

Endure a period of hardship or difficulty.

adjective

(of a substance or object) strong enough to withstand adverse conditions or rough handling.

Usage examples:

Tough rucksacks for climbers

Meanings of Toupee:

noun

A small artificial hairpiece worn to cover a bald spot.

Usage examples:

On the run from france for assorted crimes, he attaches himself, gargoyle-like, to the hotel as a y…

Toupees

ˈtuː.peɪ

Meanings of Toupees:

noun

A small artificial hairpiece worn to cover a bald spot.

Usage examples:

On the run from france for assorted crimes, he attaches himself, gargoyle-like, to the hotel as a y…

Tour

tʊə

Meanings of Tour:

noun

A journey for pleasure in which several different places are visited.

Usage examples:

A motoring tour of scotland
verb

Make a tour of (an area).

Usage examples:

He decided to tour france

Tour-de-force

ˌtʊə də ˈfɔːs

Meanings of Tour-de-force:

noun

An achievement or performance that shows great skill and attracts admiration

Usage examples:

A technical/musical/political tour de force, the painting/book/film is a tour de force.

Meanings of Tour-of-duty:

noun

A period of time that someone, especially a soldier or an official, spends working in a foreign country

Usage examples:

The soldiers have just completed a six-month tour in the philippines.

Meanings of Touraco:

noun

A fruit-eating african bird with brightly coloured plumage, a prominent crest, and a long tail.

Usage examples:

The number of extra steps required to unite hoatzin with turacos or cuckoos is large.

Touracos

ˈtʊərəkəʊ

Meanings of Touracos:

noun

A fruit-eating african bird with brightly coloured plumage, a prominent crest, and a long tail.

Usage examples:

The number of extra steps required to unite hoatzin with turacos or cuckoos is large.

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