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thunderstorm a storm with thunder, lightning, rain, and wind.
Thurs. an abbreviation for Thursday.
Thursday the fifth day of the week. Thursday comes between Wednesday and Friday.
thus in this way; so. [3 definitions]
thy your. This word is used mostly in religion and in things written long ago.
thyme a small plant that has fragrant leaves and is related to the mint plant. Thyme is an herb. [2 definitions]
Ti symbol of the chemical element titanium.
ti1 the syllable that indicates the seventh tone of a musical scale.
ti2 any of several tropical plants resembling a palm, found in Asia and the Pacific, with long, narrow leaves growing in a tuft at the top.
Tibet a region of southwestern China, north of the Himalayas. Tibet has its own government and has been a center of Buddhism for over 1,500 years.
tick1 the quiet, clicking sound of a watch or clock. [5 definitions]
tick2 a small animal that is related to the spider. Ticks attach themselves to people and other animals and suck their blood. Ticks are known to spread disease.
ticket a small, narrow slip of paper or thin cardboard that shows that one has paid for something. [4 definitions]
tickle to touch or poke so as to cause a tingling feeling or laughter. [4 definitions]
tickled pink delighted or very pleased.
ticklish sensitive to tickling. [2 definitions]
tick-tack-toe a game for two players who take turns marking either an X or an O on a grid of nine squares. The winner is the first player who fills in three squares in a row with the same mark.
tidal caused by, having, or related to tides.
tiddlywinks (used with a singular verb) a table game in which the players press large plastic disks against the edges of small ones in order to make the small ones jump into a cup.
tide the change in the height of the surface of oceans and other large bodies of water that happens about every twelve hours. Tides are caused by the pull of the moon and sun. [3 definitions]
tide over to support through some temporary difficulty, usually a lack of money.