Verbs, Things and Long Nouns – Words that start with T

We have been learning a lot about various adjectives, their meanings, and examples that will help you to understand various things. These examples will be helping you in getting to know the usage of the words.

In this session, we would be discussing different verbs, things, and nouns that start with the letter ‘T’.

List of Long Nouns, Verbs and Things that Begin with T

So let’s begin with the list of positive nouns that starts with ‘T’. Let’s begin our wonderful journey with words.

Tab

noun

A small projecting flap or strip, informal (keep tabs on)- monitor the activities of

Taboo

noun

A ban or restriction made by social custom, any social restriction

Taciturn

adjective

Saying little, almost always silent, not liking to talk

Tacky

adjective

Informal-showing poor taste or quality

Tact

noun

Sensitivity and skill in dealing with others

Tactile

adjective

Of having, or perceived by the sense of touch

Talisman

noun

An object believed to bring good luck

Tamper

verb

Interfere with

Tandem

noun

Alongside each other, one behind another

Tangible

adjective

Able to be perceived by touch, definite or real

Tantamount

adjective

Equivalent in seriousness too, equal in value, effect, etc.

Tardy

adjective

Late, slow to act or respond, delayed, dilatory

Tarnish

verb

Make less respected

Tattle

noun/verb

Gossip

Taunt

noun

A jeering or mocking remark

Tautology

noun

The saying of the same thing over again in different words, needless repetition of an idea

Teeter

verb

Move or sway unsteadily

Temperamental

adjective

Tending to change the mood in an unreasonable way

Tempt

verb

Entice someone to do something against their better judgment

Tenacious

adjective

Holding firmly to something, persistent, stubborn, perseverant

Tensile

adjective

Of tension, able to be stretched

Tentative

adjective

Hesitant, not certain

Tenuous

adjective

Very slight, very thin, slender or fine as a fiber

Terra-firma

noun

Dryland

Terse

adjective

Using few words

Testy

adjective

Irritable

Thaw

verb

Make or become unfrozen, make or become friendlier

Therapeutic

adjective

Having a good effect on the body and mind, serving to cure or heal or to preserve the health

Threshold

noun

A level or point marking the start of something, the beginning point

Thrifty

adjective

The economy in the use of resources

Timorous

adjective

Timid, full of fear, afraid

Tirade

noun

Along with angry speech

Topical

adjective

Of or dealing with current affairs

Touche

exclamation

Used to acknowledge a good point made at one’s expense

Touchy

adjective

Quick to take offense

Traipse

verb

Walk or move wearily

Transliterate

verb

Write a letter or word using the letters of a different alphabet or language

Trying

adjective

Annoying

Trite

adjective

Unoriginal or overused

Truculent

adjective

Quick to argue or fight, fierce, cruel, savage

Truce

noun

An agreement to stop fighting temporarily

Truism

noun

A statement that is obviously true and says nothing new

Trundle

verb

Move or roll slowly

Turbulent

adjective

Involving many conflicts, disorder or confusion, wild or disorderly

 

Verbs & Singular Noun Words starting with T – Meaning & Sentence Examples

More amazing words with their meaning and sentence example to help you understand better.

1. Target to direct toward or design for a specific audience or object; select as an object of attention.

Example: Because Cade was so reclusive and entertained controversial ideas, he was a target for that kind of gossip.

2. Tender to make delicate or tender; to offer (especially payment).

Example: He ate anyway, surprised to find the chicken tender and juicy and the veggies still slightly crisp and well-seasoned.

3. Thrill excite greatly; to give great pleasure, enjoyment or delight.

Example: Even Maria had gone uptown for the parade and festivities, surely a thrill compared to the rural poverty of her homeland.

4. Thrive prosper; flourish; make steady progress; grow vigorously or abundantly.

Example: While they are quite capable of taking up nitrates from the soil where and so long as these are present, they can grow and thrive in the soil which contains no combined nitrogen at all, deriving their supplies of this element in these cases from the air.

5. Titillate to excite or touch pleasurably; to tickle.

Example: The general impression is robust food, rather than dishes to titillate the senses.

6. Transcend go or be beyond limits or range of; surpass; excel.

Example: For Jacobi understanding, or the logical faculty, is purely formal or elaborative, and its results never transcend the given material supplied to it.

7. Twinkle to shine flickering and glimmering light; to be sparkling or bright (especially with delight); to move about gracefully back and forth.

Example: He was watching her, a wry smile on his face and an amused twinkle in his eyes.

8. Triumph to be successful or victorious; win; to rejoice; exult.

Example: Our spectacular triumph was the return of an infant from a small Texas hospital.

9. Tact: The general meaning of the word is to behave with sensitivity and adroitness in dealing with difficulties or others. It is to deal with emotions with care.

Example: It was observed by everyone that she almost equaled her husband in knowledge. She infinitely excelled him in talent and in tact.

10. Talent: The word is used to describe a skillful person and someone who possesses unusual innate ability in some activity or field. It might come natural or superior qualities or abilities.

Example: It would be really frustrating to Maggie who spent hours on the Internet seeking the most effective uses of Getty’s talent.

11. Taste: It is the ability of a human body. It is used to describe a person’s tendency to like something; the ability to appreciate and recognize what is appropriate, beautiful or excellent; a small quantity tasted or eaten.

Example:

  • We could say he has excellent taste.
  • That way you don’t have to taste it.
  • She’s got a sharp tongue, but she could make shoe soles taste like fine steak.
  • The water was cool and had a metallic taste.
  • I think you have impeccable taste.

12. Teaching: An activity in which a coach or teacher instructs his people to act, practice.

 

Conclusion:

We hope this comprehensive list of Verbs, Things, and Nouns would be very helpful to you. For suggesting some new words you can add them in our comment section. Stay Tuned To EnglishBix. 

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