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Twopence

ˈtʌp.əns

Meanings of Twopence:

noun

The sum of two pence, especially before decimalization (1971).

Usage examples:

It finally opened in january 1863: the toll to cross was half a penny for foot passengers, a penny …

Meanings of Twopences:

noun

The sum of two pence, especially before decimalization (1971).

Usage examples:

It finally opened in january 1863: the toll to cross was half a penny for foot passengers, a penny …

Twopenny

ˈtʌp.ən.i

Meanings of Twopenny:

adjective

Costing or worth two pence, especially before decimalization (1971).

Usage examples:

West saw the potential of the new craze and responded by producing sheets of characters, which he s…

Meanings of Twos:

cardinal number

Equivalent to the sum of one and one; one less than three; 2.

Usage examples:

Two years ago

Meanings of Twosome:

noun

A pair of people considered together.

Usage examples:

In reality, many of your clients will be twosomes - couples - and you will often find that they hav…

Twosomes

ˈtuːs(ə)m

Meanings of Twosomes:

noun

A pair of people considered together.

Usage examples:

In reality, many of your clients will be twosomes - couples - and you will often find that they hav…

Meanings of Twyer:

noun

A nozzle through which air is forced into a smelter, furnace, or forge.

Usage examples:

In particular, tuyeres in the furnace became blocked with slag.

Twyers

twiːˈjɛː

Meanings of Twyers:

noun

A nozzle through which air is forced into a smelter, furnace, or forge.

Usage examples:

In particular, tuyeres in the furnace became blocked with slag.

Meanings of Tx:

abbreviation

Texas (in official postal use).

Meanings of Tyburn:

proper noun

A place in london, near marble arch, where public hangings were held c.1300–1783.

Meanings of Tychism:

noun

The doctrine that account must be taken of the element of chance in reasoning or explanation of the universe.

Usage examples:

Addressing this paradox, robert caserio employs the concept of ‘tychism’ (from the greek tyche, mea…

Meanings of Tycoon:

noun

A wealthy, powerful person in business or industry.

Usage examples:

A newspaper tycoon

Tycoons

tʌɪˈkuːn

Meanings of Tycoons:

noun

A wealthy, powerful person in business or industry.

Usage examples:

A newspaper tycoon

Meanings of Tye:

noun

(in tonic sol-fa) the seventh note of a major scale.

Usage examples:

The seven tones of the major scale are named doh, ray, me, fah, soh, lah and te.

The chemical element titanium.

Meanings of Tying:

verb

Present participle of tie.

Present participle of tie

Meanings of Tyke:

noun

A small child, especially a cheeky or mischievous one.

Usage examples:

Is the little tyke up to his tricks again?

Tykes

taɪk

Meanings of Tykes:

noun

A small child, especially a cheeky or mischievous one.

Usage examples:

Is the little tyke up to his tricks again?

Meanings of Tylopod:

noun

An even-toed ungulate mammal of a group that comprises the camels, llamas, and their extinct relatives. they are distinguished by bearing their weight on the sole-pads of the feet rather than on the hoofs, and they do not chew the cud.

Usage examples:

The navicular and cuboid bones of the ankle are not fused, a primitive condition that separates tyl…

Meanings of Tymbal:

noun

A kettledrum.

Meanings of Tymbals:

noun

A kettledrum.

Tympan

ˈtɪmpən

Meanings of Tympan:

noun

(in letterpress printing) a layer of packing, typically of paper, placed between the platen and the paper to be printed to equalize the pressure over the whole forme.

Usage examples:

The pressman pulled on the bar, causing the platen to press the tympan on the inked type and taking…

Meanings of Tympana:

noun

The tympanic membrane or eardrum.

Usage examples:

Males call not in choruses, but individually, though adults of both sexes appear to lack tympana (e…

Meanings of Tympani:

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 …

Tympanic

tɪmˈpæn.ɪk

Meanings of Tympanic:

adjective

Relating to or having a tympanum.

Usage examples:

Impulses are conveyed via the glossopharyngeal nerve then via its tympanic branch to the tympanic p…

Tympanites

ˌtɪmpəˈnʌɪtiːz

Meanings of Tympanites:

noun

Swelling of the abdomen with air or gas.

Usage examples:

Abdominal distension with a splashing sound like water, and accompanying dysuria indicates tympanit…

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