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technique.noun
the systematic-procedure by which a complex or scientific task is accomplished; skill or command in handling such fundamentals

transient.adjective
passing with time; transitory (the transient beauty of youth); remaining in a place only a brief time (transient laborers). 
transient.noun
one that is transient, especially a hotel guest or boarder who stays for only a brief time
transiently.adverb
synonyms.transitory, ephemeral, fleeting, fugitive, momentary, evanescent

theologian.noun
one who is learned in theology
theology.noun,.plural.theologies
the study of the nature of God and religious truth; rational.inquiry into religious questions

theological.also.theologic.adjective
of or relating to theology or to specialized religious study theologically.adverb

theology.noun,.plural.theologies
the study of the nature of God and religious truth; rational inquiry into religious questions

tetrapod.adjective
having four feet, legs, or leglike appendages
tetrapod.noun
a vertebrate animal with four feet, legs, or leglike appendages

tract.noun
an expanse of land or water; a specified or limited area of land (developing a 30-acre tract);
Anatomy a system of organs and tissues that together perform a specialized function: the alimentary tract; a bundle of nerve fibers having a common origin, termination, and function
2 a leaflet or pamphlet containing a declaration or an appeal, especially one put out by a religious or political group

taut, tauter, tautest.adjectives
pulled or drawn tight; not slack; tense (nerves taut with anxiety); kept in trim shape; neat and tidy
tautly.adjective
tautness.noun

tautology.noun, plural.tautologies
needless repetition of the same sense in different words; redundancy; an instance of such repetition
Logic..an empty or vacuous statement composed of simpler statements in a fashion that makes it logically true whether the simpler statements are factually true or false; for example, the statement 'either it will rain tomorrow or it will not rain tomorrow'
tautological or tautologic.adjective
tautologically.adverb

thrust, thrusting, thrusts.verbs
transitive verb use.to push or drive quickly and forcibly; push; to issue or extend (poplars thrusting their branches upward); thrust out his finger; to force into a specified condition or situation (she thrust herself through the crowd, he was thrust into a position of awesome responsibility); to include or interpolate improperly
intransitive verb use.to shove something into or at something else; push; to pierce or stab with or as if with a pointed weapon; to force one's way
thrust.noun
a forceful shove or push; a driving force or pressure; the forward directed force developed in a jet or rocket engine as a reaction to the high velocity rearward ejection of exhaust gases; a piercing movement made with or as if with a pointed weapon; a stab; the essence; the point (the whole thrust of the project was to make money)
thruster.noun
thrustful.adjective

temporary.adjective
lasting, used, serving, or enjoyed for a limited time
temporary.noun,.plural.temporaries
one that serves for a limited time (a temporary teacher filled in while the regular teacher was out of town)
temporarily.adverb
temporariness.noun

temporal.adjective
of, relating to, or limited by time (a temporal dimension; temporal and spatial boundaries); of or relating to the material world; worldly (the temporal possessions what people believe to be permanent); lasting only for a time; not eternal; passing (our temporal existence)
temporally.adverb

temporality.noun,.plural.temporalities
the condition of being temporal or bounded in time

tit for tat.noun
repayment in kind, as for an injury; retaliation

truthful.adjective
telling the truth; honest; corresponding to reality; true
truthfully.adverb
truthfulness.noun

territory.noun,.plural.territories
an area of land; a region; the land and waters of those indigenous to the area

troth.noun
good faith; fidelity
troth, trothed, trothing, troths.transitive verbs
to pledge or betroth

transmit, transmitted, transmitting, transmits.verbs
transitive verb use.to send from one person, thing, or place to another; convey; send; to cause to spread; pass on (transmit to the other offices); to impart or convey to others; hand down; to pass along (news or information); communicate; to send a signal as by wire or radio
intransitive verb use.to send out a signal
transmittable.adjective

tempest.noun
a violent windstorm, frequently.accompanied by rain, snow, or hail; furious.agitation, commotion, or tumult; an uproar
tempest, tempested, tempesting, tempests.transitive verbs
to cause a tempest around or in
tempest in a teacup.or.tempest in a teapot.idiom
a great disturbance or uproar over a matter of little or no importance

test.noun
a procedure for critical.evaluation; a means of determining the presence, quality, or truth of something; a trial (a test of one's eyesight; subjecting a hypothesis to a test; a test of an athlete's endurance; an intelligence test); a series of questions, problems, or physical responses designed to determine knowledge, intelligence, or ability
test, tested, testing, tests.verbs
transitive verb use.to subject to a test; try (tested the pen by scribbling on scrap paper; testing each mango for ripeness by pressing and smelling it; testing job applicants); to determine the presence or properties of a substance; to assay metal in a cupel
intransitive verb use.to undergo a test; to administer a test (test for acid content; test for vaccine toxicity); to achieve a score or rating on tests (took the entrance examinations and tested high); to exhibit a given characteristic when subjected to a test (showed intelligence in physics)
testability.noun
testable.adjective

testament.noun
something that serves as tangible proof or evidence (the spacious plan of the new city will forever be testament to the foresight of its founders); a statement of belief; a credo
testamentary.adjective
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