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toilet paper a soft paper used to clean oneself after using the toilet.
token a symbol that stands for something larger and greater in value [2 definitions]
Tokyo the capital city of Japan. Long ago Tokyo was known as Edo.
told past tense and past participle of tell.
tolerance willingness to accept people whose race, religion, opinions, or habits are different from one's own. [2 definitions]
tolerant willing to accept or respect what is different in others, especially their beliefs and customs.
tolerate to allow or accept; not oppose or attack. [2 definitions]
toll1 to cause to ring with slow, even strokes. [4 definitions]
toll2 a charge for using a bridge or a road. [3 definitions]
tomahawk a light ax with a stone head, once used by some native North American peoples as a weapon or tool.
tomato a red or yellow fruit with a juicy pulp. A tomato is eaten either raw or cooked as a vegetable. [2 definitions]
tomb a hole in which a dead body is buried; grave. [2 definitions]
tombstone a piece of stone that marks a grave and may give the dead person's name and dates of birth and death; gravestone.
tomorrow the day after today. [3 definitions]
tom-tom a small or narrow drum, usually played by beating with the hands.
ton a unit of weight equal to 2000 pounds or 907.18 kilograms, used in the United States and Canada; short ton. [3 definitions]
tone a single sound that is thought of as having pitch, strength, or length. [7 definitions]
tone down to make less harsh, loud, or bright.
Tonga an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. It lies to the east of the country of Fiji. The capital of Tonga is Nuku'alofa.
tongs (usually used with a plural verb) a tool used to grasp small objects. Tongs have two arms that are held together by a hinge and are usually made of metal.
tongue the movable organ in the bottom of the mouth, used for licking, tasting, swallowing, and human speech. [5 definitions]