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therefore.adverb
for that reason or cause; consequently or hence

therefor.adverb
for that (ordering goods and enclosing payment therefor)

transcend, transcended, transcending, transcends.verbs
transitive verb use.to exist above and independent of (material experience or the universe)-."One never can see the thing in itself, because the mind does not transcend phenomena."....Hilaire Belloc; to pass beyond the limits of (emotions that transcend understanding); to be greater than, as in intensity or power; surpass (love that transcends infatuation); excel
intransitive verb use.to be transcendent; excel

transcendent.adjective
surpassing; lying beyond the ordinary range of perception; being above and independent of the material universe
transcendence.or.transcendency.noun
transcendently.adverb

transcendental.adjective
concerned with the a priori or intuitive basis of knowledge as independent of experience; asserting a fundamental.irrationality or supernatural element in experience; surpassing all others; superior; beyond common thought or experience; mystical or supernatural
transcendentally.adverb

transcendentalism.noun
a philosophy associated with Kant, holding that one must transcend.empiricism or what is experienced in order to ascertain the a priori.principles of all knowledge; a literary and philosophical movement, associated with Ralph Waldo Emerson and Margaret Fuller, asserting the existence of an ideal spiritual reality that transcends the empirical and scientific and is knowable through intuition; the quality or state of being transcendental
transcendentalist.noun

tyrant.noun
one who seized sovereignty (supreme and independent political authority) illegally; a despot; any person who exercises authority in an oppressive manner 
tyranny.noun
the office, authority, government or jurisdiction of a tyrant 

tyrannical also tyrannic-of or relating to a tyrant or tyranny (a tyrannical government); characteristic of a tyrant or tyranny; despotic and oppressive (a tyrannical supervisor)
tyrannically.adverb
tyrannicalness.noun
tyranny.noun,plural.tyrannies
a government in which a single ruler is vested with absolute power; the office, authority, or jurisdiction of an absolute ruler

tyrannize, tyrannized, tyrannizing, tyrannizes.verbs
transitive verb use.to treat tyrannically; oppress
intransitive verb use.to exercise absolute power; to rule as a tyrant tyrannizer.noun
tyrannizingly.adverb

theorem.noun
an idea that is demonstrably true or is assumed to be so
Mathematics- a proposition that has been or is to be proved on the basis of explicit-assumptions

transverse.adjective
situated or lying across; crosswise
transverse, transverseness.nouns
something, such as a part or beam, that is transverse
transversely.adverb

traverse, traversed, traversing, traverses.verbs
transitive verb use-to travel or pass across, over, or through; to move to and fro over; cross and recross; to cause to move laterally on a pivot; swivel (traverse an artillery piece; to extend across); cross (a bridge that traverses a river); to go counter to; thwart; deny; to turn laterally; swivel
traverse, traversal, traverser.nouns
a passing across, over, or through; a route or path across or over; something that lies across, especially (an intersecting line); a transversal
Architecture- a structural crosspiece; a transom (a horizontal crosspiece over a door or between a door and a window above it); a gallery, deck, or loft crossing from one side of a building to the other; a railing, curtain, screen, or similar barrier; a defensive barrier across a rampart (a fortification consisting of an embankment) or trench, as a bank of earth thrown up to protect against enfilade (a target vulnerable to sweeping gunfire) fire; something that obstructs and thwarts; an obstacle
traverse, traversable.adjectives
lying or extending across; transverse

treacherous.adjective
not to be relied on; not dependable or trustworthy; marked by unforeseen hazards; dangerous or deceptive (treacherous waters); marked by betrayal of fidelity, confidence, or trust; perfidious; faithless
treacherously.adverb
treacherousness.noun
treachery.noun, plural.treacheries
wilful.betrayal of fidelity, confidence, or trust; perfidy

type.noun
a number of people or things having in common.traits or characteristics that distinguish them as a group or class; the general.character or structure held in common by a number of people or things considered as a group or class; a person regarded as exemplifying a particular profession, rank, or social group (a group of executive types; a restaurant frequented by tourist types); a figure, representation, or symbol of something to come, such as an event in the Old Testament that foreshadows another in the New Testament
Printing.-.a small block of metal or wood bearing a raised letter or character on the upper end that leaves a printed impression when inked and pressed on paper; printed or typewritten characters; print; a typeface (a sans-serif type)
type, typed, typing, types.verbs
transitive verb use.to write (something) with a typewriter; typewrite; to represent or typify; to determine the antigenic characteristics of (a blood or tissue sample; blood type); to typecast
intransitive verb use.to write with a typewriter; to typewrite

tract.noun
an expanse of land or water (developing a 30-acre tract). 2. 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; a stretch or lapse of time

tract.noun
a leaflet or pamphlet containing a declaration or an appeal, especially one put out by a religious or political group

tangible.adjective
discernible by the touch; palpable.(a tangible roughness of the skin); possible to touch; possible to be treated as fact; real or concrete (tangible evidence of ancient civilizations); possible to understand or realize (the tangible benefits of a trip to the sun in the winter)
tangible.noun
something palpable or concrete; tangibles (material assets)
tangibility.or.tangibleness.noun
tangibly.adverb
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