Words with T: Lists, Questions, and How-Tos

In this article, you will find an extensive list of words containing the letter “t” to enhance your vocabulary.

  1. Table – A piece of furniture with a flat top and legs.
  2. Transparent – Allowing light to pass through so objects behind can be distinctly seen.
  3. Tantalize – To tease or torment by offering something desirable but keeping it out of reach.
  4. Tangible – Perceptible by touch.
  5. Tenacious – Holding firmly; persistent.
  6. Tranquil – Free from disturbance; calm.
  7. Thrill – A sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure.
  8. Thirst – A feeling of needing or wanting to drink something.
  9. Tactic – An action carefully planned to achieve a specific end.
  10. Tremendous – Very great in amount, scale, or intensity.
  11. Tether – A rope or chain used to tie something to a fixed object.
  12. Trudge – Walk slowly and with heavy steps.
  13. Thrifty – Using money and other resources carefully and not wastefully.
  14. Tempest – A violent, windy storm.
  15. Taut – Stretched or pulled tight; not slack.
  16. Terse – Sparing in the use of words; abrupt.
  17. Trek – A long arduous journey, especially one on foot.
  18. Transcend – To go beyond the range or limits of something.
  19. Tome – A large, heavy book.
  20. Tumult – A loud, confused noise, especially one caused by a large mass of people.
  21. Twig – A small thin branch of a tree or bush.
  22. Tweezers – Small tools used for picking up small objects or pulling out hairs.
  23. Trample – Tread on and crush.
  24. Trepidation – A feeling of fear or agitation about something that may happen.
  25. Twilight – The soft glowing light from the sky when the sun is below the horizon.
  26. Tyrant – A ruler who uses power oppressively or unjustly.
  27. Tumble – To fall suddenly, clumsily, or headlong.
  28. Twinge – A sudden, sharp localized pain.
  29. Transient – Lasting only for a short time.
  30. Testament – Something that serves as a sign or evidence of a specified fact, event, or quality.
  31. Triumph – A great victory or achievement.
  32. Transaction – An instance of buying or selling something.
  33. Tangle – To twist together in a confused mass.
  34. Torque – A twisting force that tends to cause rotation.
  35. Thicket – A dense group of bushes or trees.
  36. Tremor – An involuntary quivering movement.
  37. Tyranny – Cruel and oppressive government or rule.
  38. Throttle – A device controlling the flow of fuel or power to an engine.
  39. Tandem – A bicycle with seats and pedals for two riders.
  40. Tinge – A trace of a color.
  41. Trivial – Of little value or importance.
  42. Tablet – A small portable computer.
  43. Thaw – To become liquid or soft as a result of warming.
  44. Toil – To work extremely hard.
  45. Threshold – The level or point at which something starts.
  46. Turmoil – A state of great disturbance, confusion, or uncertainty.
  47. Tunic – A loose garment, typically sleeveless and reaching to the wearer’s knees.
  48. Trapeze – A horizontal bar hanging by two ropes and free to swing, used by acrobats.
  49. Taunt – To provoke or challenge someone with insulting remarks.
  50. Tooltip – A small pop- up box that gives information about an object when the cursor is placed over it.
  51. Teem – To be full or swarming with.
  52. Therapeutic – Relating to the healing of disease.
  53. Threshold – The magnitude or intensity that must be exceeded for a certain reaction, phenomenon, result, or condition to occur.
  54. Taper – Gradually lessen.
  55. Taboo – Prohibited or restricted by social custom.
  56. Tithe – One tenth part of something, paid as a contribution to a religious organization.
  57. Terse – Brief and to the point.
  58. Twine – Strong thread or string composed of two or more strands twisted together.
  59. Trivia – Details, considerations, or pieces of information of little importance or value.
  60. Tact – Sensitivity in dealing with others or with difficult issues.
  61. Tidy – Neat and in good order.
  62. Torque – A measure of the force that can cause an object to rotate about an axis.
  63. Tantalizing – Tempting.
  64. Tableaux – Dramatic scenes or pictures.
  65. Tissue – A group of cells that perform a specific function.
  66. Template – A preset format used as a starting point.
  67. Terrarium – A sealed transparent globe or similar container in which plants are grown.
  68. Tryst – A private romantic rendezvous between lovers.
  69. Tacit – Understood without being openly expressed.
  70. Trifling – Unimportant or trivial.
  71. Trough – A long, narrow container for animals to eat or drink out of.
  72. Tribulation – A cause of great trouble or suffering.
  73. Tutelage – Instruction or guardianship.
  74. Tonic – A medicinal substance taken to give a feeling of vigor or well- being.
  75. Travail – Painful or laborious effort.
  76. Tenure – The holding of an office or period for which an office is held.
  77. Twinge – A sudden sharp pain.
  78. Turbulent – Characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion.
  79. Trellis – A framework of light wooden or metal bars, chiefly used as a support for fruit trees or climbing plants.
  80. Thresh – To separate grain from a plant, typically with a flail or by the action of a revolving mechanism.
  81. Teeter – To move or balance unsteadily; to sway back and forth.
  82. Thrash – To beat soundly in punishment.
  83. Tenet – A principle or belief, especially one of the main principles of a religion or philosophy.
  84. Transmute – To change in form, nature, or substance.
  85. Tariff – A tax or duty to be paid on a particular class of imports or exports.
  86. Tilted – Slant or incline.
  87. Tumbler – A drinking glass with straight sides and no handle or stem.
  88. Tepid – Lukewarm.
  89. Tapestry – A piece of thick textile fabric with pictures or designs formed by weaving.
  90. Treason – The crime of betraying one’s country.
  91. Tint – A shade or variety of color.
  92. Terse – Sparing in the use of words.
  93. Torrid – Very hot and dry.
  94. Tonic – Substances taken to give a feeling of vigor.
  95. Totem – A natural object or animal believed by a particular society to have spiritual significance.
  96. Tiff – A petty quarrel.
  97. Tint – A small amount of color.
  98. Trove – A store of valuable or delightful things.
  99. Trophy – A cup or other decorative object awarded as a prize for victory or success.
  100. Tumultuous – Making a loud, confused noise.

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