Antonyms ( T )

Taciturn

( Adjective )

He is taciturn to talk in front of a large audience. 
Antonyms: 
Chatty; Communicative; Forth coming; Garrulous; Loquacious; Open; Outgoing; Sociable; Talkative; Verbose; Voluble; Wordy 


Tact

( Noun ) 
Have great tact in dealing with people. 
Antonyms: 
Discourtesy; Frankness; Awkward; Clumsy; Gauche; Untoward; Roughness; Bluntness; Simplicity 


Talent

( Noun )

This is an exhibition of local talents
Antonyms: 
Inefficiency; Unskillfulness; Idleness; Stupidity 


Tasty

( Adjective )

This dish is not as tasty as the one we had few days back in New York. 
Antonyms: 
Nasty; Sickening; Nauseous; Flavorless; Insipid 


Tear

( Verb )

He did tear the parcel open. 
Antonyms: 
Repair; Patch; Rectify; Restore; Mend 


Tease

( Verb )
She teased her father about his bald head. 
Antonyms: 
Hush; Compose; Conciliate; Appease; Calm; Mollify 


Tedious

( Adjective )

The tedious work took our whole day to complete it. 
Antonyms: 
Enjoyable; Enthralling; Exciting; Exhilarating; Imaginative; Inspiring; Interesting; Quickly; Finished; Short; Stimulating 


Temperamental

( Adjective )

His temperamental dislike for study resulted in low marks in the final exam. 
Antonyms: 
Calm; Cool headed; Easy going; Phlegmatic; Unexcitable; Constant; Dependable; Reliable; Stable; Steady 


Tempt

( Verb )

Nothing could tempt him to such an action. 
Antonyms: 
Deter; Disincline; Discourage; Care; Restraint; Dissuade 


Temporary

( Adjective )

His job is only temporary. It may take few more months to make it permanent. 
Antonyms: 
Everlasting; Immortal; Invariable; Permanent; Persistent 


Tendency

( Noun )

My Business is showing a tendency to improve. 
Antonyms: 
Aversion; Distaste; Dislike; Disinclination; Antipathy; Detestation 


Terse

( Adjective )

He made a terse talk about the policy of this company. 
Antonyms: 
Diffuse; Circumlocutory; Confused; Discursive; Rambling; Verbose; Lengthy; Wordy 


Theory

( Noun )

Naval officers must understand both the theory and the practice of navigation. 
Antonyms: 
Practical; Realistic; Actual; Happening


Thick

( Adjective )

The air was thick with dust and snow. 
Antonyms: 
Narrow; Slight; Slim; Thin; Clear; Diluted; Runny; Weak; Bare; Empty; Free from; Sparse; Distant 


Thin

( Adjective )

He seemed to vanish into thin air. 
Antonyms: 
Strong; Sturdy; Heavy; Thick; Bulky; Adequate; Plentiful; Abundant; Profuse; Bountiful; Wholesome


Thoughtful

( Adjective )

It was thoughtful of you to warn me of your arrival. 
Antonyms: 
Carefree; Gay; Remiss; Reckless; Negligent; Neglectful; Giddy 


Timely

( Adjective ) 
Your timely arrival to the function saved us from troubles. 
Antonyms: 
Tardy; Unseasonable; Late; Inopportune 


Timid

( Adjective )

That fellow is as timid as a rabbit. 
Antonyms: 
Audacious; Brace; Daring; Confident; Poised; Aggressive; Arrogance; Fearless; Shameless 


Tired

( Adjective )

He was a tired man when he got back from the long walk. 
Antonyms: 
Invigorated; Refreshed; Rested; Relaxed; Strengthened 


Toleration

( Noun )

Your toleration of criticism shows your emotional maturity. 
Antonyms: 
Irritation; Heating up; Wearing off; Rigidity; Overbearance; Dogmatism; Fanaticism 


Touchy

( Adjective )

His touchy nature repelled him from his friends. 
Antonyms: 
Affable; Cheerful; Easy-going; Genial; Imperious; Indifferent; Insensitive; Pleasant; Sunny; Sweet; Unconcerned 


Tragedy

( Noun )

The tragedy in this drama is the talk of the town. 
Antonyms: 
Farce; Happiness; Joy; Prosperity; Success; Comedy; Humor; Drama 


Transparent

( Adjective )

Gandhi is a man of transparent honesty. 
Antonyms: 

Foggy; Obscure; Cloudy; Muddy; Opaque; Thick; Hidden; Vague; Uncertain 


Treacherous

( Adjective )

Do not rely on my memory. It is treacherous
Antonyms: 
Faithful; Loyal; Trustee; Devoted; Reliable; Trustworthy 


Transient

( Adjective )

The child enjoyed only transient happiness. Soon it was wounded in a minor accident. 
Antonyms: 
Long lasting; Detailed; Permanent; Persistent 


Tremble

( Verb )

The bridge trembled as a heavy lorry crossed it. 
Antonyms: 
Stiffen; Petrify; Steady 


Trick

( Noun )

He got the money from me by a trick
Antonyms: 
Innocence; Frankness; Guilelessness; Truth; Sincerity 


Trust

( Noun )

Can I trust you to get the money safely to the bank? 
Antonyms: 
Distrust; Faithlessness; Breaking of pledge; Deception


Try

( Verb )

He did not try to do that? 
Antonyms: 
Leave; Drop; Quit; Give up; Relinquish; Abandon 


Tyranny

( Noun )

Living in that country is nothing but living under tyranny
Antonyms: 
Pity; Love; Compassion; Softness; Sympathy 


Topical

( Adjective )

A new topical news film has been released today. Shall we go to that film? 
Antonyms: 
Abnormal; Singular; Divergent; Peculiar 


 

 

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