Synonyms ( T )

Tact

( Noun )

Have great tact in dealing with people. 
Synonyms: 
Finesse; Diplomacy; Adroitness; Finesse; Discretion; Skill; Cleverness; Consideration 


Talent

( Noun )

This is an exhibition of local talents
Synonyms: 
Ability; Capacity; Flair; Endowment; Power; Knack; Genius; Aptitude; Skill


Tasty  

( Adjective )

This dish is not as tasty as the one we had few days back in New York. 
Synonyms: 
Appetizing; Luscious; Delicious; Palatable 


Tear

( Verb )

He did tear the parcel open. 
Synonyms :
Rip; Rend; Shred; Sunder; Dust; Dash; Speed; Seize; Snatch; Pluck; Split; Lacerate; Sever; Rupture; Division


Tease

( Verb )

She teased her father about his bald head. 
Synonyms: 
Irritate; Chafe; Provoke; Bait; Goad; Pester; Taunt; Vex; Plague; Torment; Annoy 


Tedious

( Adjective )

The tedious work took our whole day to complete it. 
Synonyms: 
Banal; Drab; Dreary; Dull; Irksome; Laborious; Monotonous; Prosaic; Soporific; Tiresome; Tiring; Vapid; Wearisome


Temperamental

( Adjective )

His temperamental dislike for study resulted in low marks in the final exam. 
Synonyms: 
Capricious; Easily; Upset; Emotional; Erratic; Excitable; Fiery; Highly strong; Hypersensitive; Impatient; Irritable; Moody; Neurotic; Passionate; Petulant; Sensitive 


Tempt

( Verb )

Nothing could tempt him to such an action. 
Synonyms: 
Reduce; Decoy; Inveigle; Entice; Contrive; Wheedle; Coax; Invite; Lure; Attract; Allure 


Temporary

( Adjective )

His job is only temporary. It may take few more months to make it permanent. 
Synonyms: 
Fleeting; Evanescent; Passing; Ephemeral; Momentary; Transitory; Transient 


Tendency

( Noun )

My Business is showing a tendency to improve. 
Synonyms: 
Prone; Inclination; Predilection; Leaning; Penchant; Trend; Bias; Proclivity; Propensity 


Terse

( Adjective )

He made a terse talk about the policy of this company. 
Synonyms: 
Neat; Short; Succinct; Laconic; Compact; Summary; Sententious; Condensed  


Theory

( Noun )

Naval officers must understand both the theory and the practice of navigation. 
Synonyms: 
Belief; Postulate; Assumption; Speculation; Doctrine; Conjecture; Hypothesis; Supposition 


Thick

( Adjective )

The air was thick with dust and snow. 
Synonyms: 
Broad; Bulky; Deep; Solid; Substantial; Close; Clotted; Opaque; Abundant; Brimming; Bristling; Covered; Crawling; Replete 


Thin

( Adjective )

He seemed to vanish into thin air. 
Synonyms: 
Diluted; Narrow; Slim; Bony; Lean; Slender; Delicate; Weak; Meager; Films; Scanty; Sparse 


Thoughtful

( Adjective )

It was thoughtful of you to warn me of your arrival. 
Synonyms: 
Attentive; Circumspect; Heedful; Provident; Careful; Considerate; Mindful


Timely

( Adjective )

Your timely arrival to the function saved us from troubles. 
Synonyms: 
Appropriate; Convenient; Punctual; Prompt; Early; Seasonable; Opportune 


Timid

( Adjective )

That fellow is as timid as a rabbit. 
Synonyms: 
Bashful; Afraid; Coward; Coy; Nervous; Diffident; Shy; Chicken-hearted; Timorous; Submissive 


Tired

( Adjective )

He was a tired man when he got back from the long walk. 
Synonyms: 
Drained; Drowsy; Enervated; Fatigued; Flagging; Sleepy; Weary; Exasperated; Irked; Irritated; Exhausted; Weary; Worn-out 


Toleration

( Noun )

Your toleration of criticism shows your emotional maturity. 
Synonyms: 
Tolerance; Temperance; Endurance; Laxity; Forgiveness; Clemency; Moderation 


Touchy

( Adjective )

His touchy nature repelled him from his friends. 
Synonyms: 
Bad tempered; Captious; Cross; Grumpy; Irascible; Irritable; Peevish; Petulant; Querulous; Oversensitive; Surly


Tragedy

( Noun )

The tragedy in this drama is the talk of the town. 
Synonyms: 
Misfortune; Disaster; Affliction; Adversity; Calamity; Catastrophe 


Transparent

( Adjective )

Gandhi is a man of transparent honesty. 
Synonyms: 
Clear; Lucid; Obvious; Apparent; Distinct; Limpid; Crystalline


Treacherous

( Adjective )

Do not rely on my memory. It is treacherous
Synonyms: 
Disloyal; Deceitful; Duplicitous; Faithlessness; False; Perfidious; Unreliable; Untrue; Unfaithful; Unreliable; Not trustworthy; Perfidious 


Transient

( Adjective )

The child enjoyed only transient happiness. Soon it was wounded in a minor accident. 
Synonyms: 
Brief; Fleeting; Fugitive; Short; Transitory; Livid; Momentary; Flying; Passing; Evanescent; Temporary; Ephemeral 


Tremble

( Verb )

The bridge trembled as a heavy lorry crossed it. 
Synonyms: 
Vibrate; Shake; Quake; Shiver; Shudder; Tester; Totter; Shudder; Oscillate; Quiver 


Trick

( Noun )

He got the money from me by a trick
Synonyms: 
Wiles; Deception; Dodge; Fraud; Swindle; Play; Skill; Ruse; Guile; Imposture; Cunning


Trust

( Noun )

Can I trust you to get the money safely to the bank? 
Synonyms: 
Reliance; Confidence; Keeping; Credit; Office; Duty; Expectation; Hope; Credence; Belief


Try

( Verb )

He did not try to do that? 
Synonyms: 
Strive; Effort; Seek; Struggle; Undertake; Endeavour; Attempt 


Tyranny

( Noun )

Living in that country is nothing but living under tyranny
Synonyms: 
Totalitarianism; Autocracy; Oppression; Despotism; Rigor; Harshness 


Topical

( Adjective )

A new topical news film has been released today. Shall we go to that film? 
Synonyms: 
Indicative; Symbolical; Regular; Illustrative; Normal 


 

 

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