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totem a living thing, such as an animal or plant, that is taken as the symbol of a family or clan. [2 definitions]
totem pole a wooden pole that is carved and painted with totem images. Totem poles were raised outside the homes of some native peoples who lived near the Pacific coast in northwestern North America.
to the core through and through; completely.
to the hilt as much as possible; completely.
to the point having to do with the main subject of interest or discussion.
totter to sway or rock as if about to fall. [2 definitions]
toucan a tropical bird of the Western Hemisphere that is brightly colored and has a very large bill.
touch to put one's hand or fingers on in order to feel. [11 definitions]
touchdown the act of scoring six points in football by catching or carrying the ball behind the opponent's goal line. [2 definitions]
touchy easily made angry or upset; sensitive.
tough hard to break; strong; lasting a long time. [6 definitions]
tour to journey from place to place. [5 definitions]
tourism the act of traveling, usually for sightseeing or relaxing. [2 definitions]
tourist a person who is travelling for pleasure.
tournament a contest of skill including a series of games where those who lose one game may no longer take part. [2 definitions]
tow1 to pull along at the end of a rope or chain; haul. [2 definitions]
toward moving or facing in the direction of. [5 definitions]
towel a piece or length of soft cloth or paper used to wipe or dry the face, body, dishes, or other things. [2 definitions]
tower1 a tall, narrow building or part of a building that rises high above the ground. [2 definitions]
town an area with streets, houses, and buildings that is larger than a village but usually smaller than a city. [3 definitions]
town hall a building where people who govern a town have their offices and, usually, where these people and people of the town have meetings.