4718 Words That End With T

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Word Definitions Synonyms
abaft (adverb) at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane Synonyms: aft, astern
abandonment (noun) the act of giving something up Synonyms: desertion, forsaking
(noun) withdrawing support or help despite allegiance or responsibility Synonyms: defection, desertion
(noun) the voluntary surrender of property (or a right to property) without attempting to reclaim it or give it away
abasement (noun) a low or downcast state Synonyms: degradation, abjection
(noun) depriving one of self-esteem Synonyms: humiliation
abashment (noun) feeling embarrassed due to modesty Synonyms: bashfulness
abatement (noun) an interruption in the intensity or amount of something Synonyms: reprieve, respite, suspension, hiatus
(noun) the act of abating
abbot (noun) the superior of an abbey of monks Synonyms: archimandrite
abducent (noun) a small motor nerve supplying the lateral rectus muscle of the eye Synonyms: nervus abducens, sixth cranial nerve, abducens, abducens nerve, abducent nerve
(adjective) especially of muscles; drawing away from the midline of the body or from an adjacent part Synonyms: abducting
abduct (verb) take away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom Synonyms: nobble, kidnap, snatch
(verb) pull away from the body
aberrant (adjective) markedly different from an accepted norm Synonyms: deviant, deviate
(noun) one whose behavior departs substantially from the norm of a group
abet (verb) assist or encourage, usually in some wrongdoing
abetment (noun) the verbal act of urging on Synonyms: instigation, abettal
abeyant (adjective) inactive but capable of becoming active Synonyms: dormant
abhorrent (adjective) offensive to the mind Synonyms: repugnant, repulsive, detestable, obscene
abient (adjective) characterized by avoidance or withdrawal
abiogenist (noun) a believer in abiogenesis
abject (adjective) of the most contemptible kind Synonyms: miserable, scummy, scurvy, low, low-down
(adjective) most unfortunate or miserable
(adjective) showing utter resignation or hopelessness Synonyms: unhopeful
(adjective) showing humiliation or submissiveness
ablaut (noun) a vowel whose quality or length is changed to indicate linguistic distinctions (such as sing sang sung song)
abolishment (noun) the act of abolishing a system or practice or institution (especially abolishing slavery) Synonyms: abolition
abolitionist (noun) a reformer who favors abolishing slavery Synonyms: emancipationist
abort (noun) the act of terminating a project or procedure before it is completed
(verb) terminate before completion
(verb) cease development, die, and be aborted
(verb) terminate a pregnancy by undergoing an abortion
abortifacient (noun) a drug (or other chemical agent) that causes abortion Synonyms: aborticide, abortion-inducing drug
(adjective) causing abortion
abortionist (noun) a person (who should be a doctor) who terminates pregnancies
about (adverb) (of quantities) imprecise but fairly close to correct Synonyms: roughly, just about, more or less, or so, some, close to, approximately, around
(adverb) all around or on all sides Synonyms: around
(adverb) in the area or vicinity Synonyms: around
(adverb) used of movement to or among many different places or in no particular direction Synonyms: around
(adverb) in or to a reversed position or direction Synonyms: around
(adverb) in rotation or succession
(adverb) (of actions or states) slightly short of or not quite accomplished; all but Synonyms: near, nearly, nigh, most, well-nigh, virtually, almost
(adjective) on the move Synonyms: astir
abradant (noun) a substance that abrades or wears down Synonyms: abrasive, abrasive material
(noun) a tool or machine used for wearing down or smoothing or polishing Synonyms: abrader
abreact (verb) discharge bad feelings or tension through verbalization
abreast (adverb) alongside each other, facing in the same direction
(adjective) being up to particular standard or level especially in being up to date in knowledge Synonyms: up on, au courant, au fait
abridgement (noun) a shortened version of a written work Synonyms: condensation, capsule, abridgment
abridgment (noun) a shortened version of a written work Synonyms: condensation, capsule, abridgement
abrupt (adjective) marked by sudden changes in subject and sharp transitions Synonyms: disconnected
(adjective) exceedingly sudden and unexpected
(adjective) dangerously steep Synonyms: precipitous, sharp
(adjective) surprisingly and unceremoniously brusque in manner
abscondment (noun) the act of running away secretly (as to avoid arrest) Synonyms: decampment
absent (verb) stay away or leave Synonyms: remove
(adjective) not being in a specified place
(adjective) nonexistent Synonyms: missing, wanting, lacking
(adjective) lost in thought; showing preoccupation Synonyms: scatty, absentminded, abstracted
absolutist (adjective) pertaining to the principle of totalitarianism Synonyms: absolutistic
(noun) one who advocates absolutism
absorbefacient (adjective) inducing or promoting absorption Synonyms: sorbefacient
absorbent (noun) a material having capacity or tendency to absorb another substance Synonyms: absorbent material
(adjective) having power or capacity or tendency to absorb or soak up something (liquids or energy etc.) Synonyms: absorptive
abstinent (adjective) self-restraining; not indulging an appetite especially for food or drink Synonyms: abstentious
(noun) a person who refrains from drinking intoxicating beverages Synonyms: nondrinker, abstainer
abstract (verb) consider a concept without thinking of a specific example; consider abstractly or theoretically
(verb) make off with belongings of others Synonyms: sneak, lift, hook, nobble, pilfer, pinch, purloin, snarf, swipe, cabbage, filch
(verb) consider apart from a particular case or instance
(verb) give an abstract (of)
(noun) a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance Synonyms: abstraction
(noun) a sketchy summary of the main points of an argument or theory Synonyms: outline, precis, synopsis
(adjective) existing only in the mind; separated from embodiment
(adjective) not representing or imitating external reality or the objects of nature Synonyms: nonfigurative, nonobjective, abstractionist
(adjective) dealing with a subject in the abstract without practical purpose or intention
abstractionist (adjective) not representing or imitating external reality or the objects of nature Synonyms: nonfigurative, nonobjective, abstract
(noun) a painter of abstract pictures Synonyms: abstract artist
abundant (adjective) present in great quantity
abut (verb) lie adjacent to another or share a boundary Synonyms: march, edge, border, adjoin, butt, butt against, butt on
abutment (noun) point of contact between two objects or parts
(noun) a masonry support that touches and directly receives thrust or pressure of an arch or bridge
abvolt (noun) a unit of potential equal to one-hundred-millionth of a volt
abwatt (noun) a power unit equal to the power dissipated when 1 abampere flows across a potential difference of 1 abvolt (one ten-thousandth of a milliwatt)
acaulescent (adjective) (of plants) having no apparent stem above ground Synonyms: stemless
accent (verb) to stress, single out as important Synonyms: punctuate, stress, emphasise, emphasize, accentuate
(verb) put stress on; utter with an accent Synonyms: stress, accentuate
(noun) distinctive manner of oral expression Synonyms: speech pattern
(noun) special importance or significance Synonyms: emphasis
(noun) the usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people Synonyms: idiom, dialect
(noun) the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch) Synonyms: stress, emphasis
(noun) a diacritical mark used to indicate stress or placed above a vowel to indicate a special pronunciation Synonyms: accent mark
accept (verb) consider or hold as true
(verb) receive willingly something given or offered Synonyms: take, have
(verb) give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to Synonyms: go for, consent
(verb) react favorably to; consider right and proper
(verb) admit into a group or community Synonyms: take, take on, admit
(verb) take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person Synonyms: assume, bear, take over
(verb) tolerate or accommodate oneself to Synonyms: swallow, live with
(verb) be designed to hold or take Synonyms: take
(verb) receive (a report) officially, as from a committee
(verb) make use of or accept for some purpose Synonyms: take
(verb) be sexually responsive to, used of a female domesticated mammal
acceptant (adjective) accepting willingly Synonyms: acceptive
accident (noun) an unfortunate mishap; especially one causing damage or injury
(noun) anything that happens suddenly or by chance without an apparent cause Synonyms: stroke, chance event, fortuity
accompaniment (noun) an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another Synonyms: co-occurrence, concomitant, attendant
(noun) a musical part (vocal or instrumental) that supports or provides background for other musical parts Synonyms: support, backup, musical accompaniment
(noun) something added to complete or embellish or make perfect Synonyms: complement
(noun) the act of accompanying someone or something in order to protect them Synonyms: escort
accompanist (noun) a person who provides musical accompaniment (usually on a piano) Synonyms: accompanyist
accompanyist (noun) a person who provides musical accompaniment (usually on a piano) Synonyms: accompanist
accomplishment (noun) the action of accomplishing something Synonyms: achievement
(noun) an ability that has been acquired by training Synonyms: acquisition, attainment, skill, acquirement
accordant (adjective) being in agreement or harmony; often followed by `with'
(adjective) in keeping Synonyms: concordant, conformable, consonant, agreeable
accordionist (noun) a musician who plays the accordion
accost (verb) speak to someone Synonyms: address, come up to
(verb) approach with an offer of sexual favors Synonyms: hook, solicit
accouchement (noun) the parturition process in human beings; having a baby; the process of giving birth to a child Synonyms: vaginal birth, childbearing, childbirth
account (verb) be the sole or primary factor in the existence, acquisition, supply, or disposal of something
(verb) keep an account of Synonyms: calculate
(verb) to give an account or representation of in words Synonyms: describe, report
(verb) furnish a justifying analysis or explanation Synonyms: answer for
(noun) a record or narrative description of past events Synonyms: history, story, chronicle
(noun) a short account of the news Synonyms: report, story, news report, write up
(noun) a formal contractual relationship established to provide for regular banking or brokerage or business services Synonyms: business relationship
(noun) a statement that makes something comprehensible by describing the relevant structure or operation or circumstances etc. Synonyms: explanation
(noun) grounds Synonyms: score
(noun) importance or value
(noun) a statement of recent transactions and the resulting balance Synonyms: accounting, account statement
(noun) the act of informing by verbal report Synonyms: report
(noun) an itemized statement of money owed for goods shipped or services rendered Synonyms: bill, invoice
(noun) the quality of taking advantage
accountant (noun) someone who maintains and audits business accounts Synonyms: controller, comptroller
accouterment (noun) clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing Synonyms: accessory, accoutrement
accoutrement (noun) clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing Synonyms: accessory, accouterment
accredit (verb) grant credentials to Synonyms: recognise, recognize
(verb) provide or send (envoys or ambassadors) with official credentials
(verb) ascribe an achievement to Synonyms: credit
accruement (noun) the act of accumulating Synonyms: accrual, accumulation
accumbent (adjective) lying down; in a position of comfort or rest Synonyms: recumbent, decumbent
accurst (adjective) under a curse Synonyms: maledict, accursed
achievement (noun) the action of accomplishing something Synonyms: accomplishment
acidulent (adjective) being sour to the taste Synonyms: acid, acidic, acidulous
acknowledgement (noun) the state or quality of being recognized or acknowledged Synonyms: recognition, acknowledgment
(noun) a statement acknowledging something or someone Synonyms: acknowledgment
acknowledgment (noun) the state or quality of being recognized or acknowledged Synonyms: recognition, acknowledgement
(noun) a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage Synonyms: reference, quotation, credit, mention, citation, cite
(noun) a statement acknowledging something or someone Synonyms: acknowledgement
acquaint (verb) cause to come to know personally Synonyms: introduce, present
(verb) make familiar or conversant with Synonyms: familiarise, familiarize
(verb) inform
acquiescent (adjective) willing to carry out the orders or wishes of another without protest Synonyms: biddable
acquirement (noun) an ability that has been acquired by training Synonyms: accomplishment, acquisition, attainment, skill
acquit (verb) pronounce not guilty of criminal charges Synonyms: clear, discharge, exculpate, exonerate, assoil
(verb) behave in a certain manner Synonyms: carry, bear, conduct, deport, comport, behave
acrobat (noun) an athlete who performs acts requiring skill and agility and coordination
acrodont (noun) an animal having teeth consolidated with the summit of the alveolar ridge without sockets
act (verb) perform an action, or work out or perform (an action) Synonyms: move
(verb) behave in a certain manner; show a certain behavior; conduct or comport oneself Synonyms: do, behave
(verb) play a role or part Synonyms: play, represent
(verb) discharge one's duties
(verb) pretend to have certain qualities or state of mind Synonyms: play, act as
(verb) be suitable for theatrical performance
(verb) have an effect or outcome; often the one desired or expected Synonyms: work
(verb) be engaged in an activity, often for no particular purpose other than pleasure
(verb) behave unnaturally or affectedly Synonyms: pretend, dissemble
(verb) perform on a stage or theater Synonyms: play, roleplay, playact
(noun) a legal document codifying the result of deliberations of a committee or society or legislative body Synonyms: enactment
(noun) something that people do or cause to happen Synonyms: deed, human action, human activity
(noun) a subdivision of a play or opera or ballet
(noun) a short performance that is part of a longer program Synonyms: routine, turn, number, bit
(noun) a manifestation of insincerity
activist (adjective) advocating or engaged in activism Synonyms: activistic
(noun) a militant reformer Synonyms: militant
adamant (noun) very hard native crystalline carbon valued as a gem Synonyms: diamond
(adjective) impervious to pleas, persuasion, requests, reason Synonyms: inexorable, intransigent, adamantine
adapt (verb) make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose Synonyms: accommodate
(verb) adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions Synonyms: adjust, conform
addict (verb) to cause (someone or oneself) to become dependent (on something, especially a narcotic drug) Synonyms: hook
(noun) someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction Synonyms: nut, junkie, junky, freak
(noun) someone who is physiologically dependent on a substance or activity
adducent (adjective) especially of muscles; bringing together or drawing toward the midline of the body or toward an adjacent part Synonyms: adducting, adductive
adduct (noun) a compound formed by an addition reaction
(verb) draw a limb towards the body
adept (adjective) having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude Synonyms: practiced, proficient, good, expert, skilful, skillful
(noun) someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field Synonyms: ace, genius, sensation, star, whiz, hotshot, maven, mavin, whizz, wiz, wizard, superstar, virtuoso, champion
adherent (adjective) sticking fast
(noun) someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another Synonyms: disciple
adient (adjective) characterized by acceptance or approach
adit (noun) a nearly horizontal passage from the surface into a mine
adjacent (adjective) nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space Synonyms: next, side by side
(adjective) having a common boundary or edge; abutting; touching Synonyms: neighboring, conterminous, contiguous
(adjective) near or close to but not necessarily touching
adjournment (noun) the termination of a meeting Synonyms: dissolution
(noun) the act of postponing to another time or place
adjunct (noun) something added to another thing but not an essential part of it
(noun) a person who is an assistant or subordinate to another
(noun) a construction that can be used to extend the meaning of a word or phrase but is not one of the main constituents of a sentence
(adjective) furnishing added support Synonyms: accessory, adjuvant, ancillary, appurtenant, auxiliary
(adjective) of or relating to a person who is subordinate to another Synonyms: assistant
adjust (verb) alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard Synonyms: set, correct
(verb) place in a line or arrange so as to be parallel or straight Synonyms: align, line up, aline
(verb) adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions Synonyms: conform, adapt
(verb) make correspondent or conformable
(verb) decide how much is to be paid on an insurance claim
adjustment (noun) making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstances Synonyms: accommodation, fitting
(noun) the act of making something different (as e.g. the size of a garment) Synonyms: modification, alteration
(noun) the act of adjusting something to match a standard Synonyms: readjustment, registration
(noun) the process of adapting to something (such as environmental conditions) Synonyms: adaptation, adaption
(noun) an amount added or deducted on the basis of qualifying circumstances Synonyms: allowance
adjutant (noun) an officer who acts as military assistant to a more senior officer Synonyms: aide, aide-de-camp
(noun) large Indian stork with a military gait Synonyms: adjutant bird, adjutant stork, Leptoptilus dubius
adjuvant (noun) an additive that enhances the effectiveness of medical treatment
(adjective) furnishing added support Synonyms: accessory, adjunct, ancillary, appurtenant, auxiliary
(adjective) enhancing the action of a medical treatment
admit (verb) declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of Synonyms: acknowledge
(verb) allow to enter; grant entry to Synonyms: intromit, allow in, let in
(verb) allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of Synonyms: include, let in
(verb) admit into a group or community Synonyms: accept, take, take on
(verb) afford possibility Synonyms: allow
(verb) give access or entrance to
(verb) have room for; hold without crowding Synonyms: hold, accommodate
(verb) serve as a means of entrance
admonishment (noun) a firm rebuke Synonyms: monition, admonition
adolescent (adjective) being of the age 13 through 19 Synonyms: teen, teenage, teenaged
(adjective) displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity Synonyms: jejune, juvenile, puerile
(adjective) in the state of development between puberty and maturity
(adjective) relating to or peculiar to or suggestive of an adolescent
(noun) a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity Synonyms: stripling, teen, teenager
adopt (verb) choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans Synonyms: espouse, follow
(verb) take up and practice as one's own Synonyms: take up, borrow, take over
(verb) take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities Synonyms: assume, take on, take over
(verb) take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect Synonyms: acquire, assume, take, take on
(verb) take into one's family Synonyms: take in
(verb) put into dramatic form Synonyms: dramatise, dramatize
(verb) take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and use it as one's own Synonyms: embrace, espouse, sweep up
adornment (noun) a decoration of color or interest that is added to relieve plainness
(noun) the action of decorating yourself with something colorful and interesting
adrift (adverb) floating freely; not anchored
(adverb) off course, wandering aimlessly
(adjective) aimlessly drifting Synonyms: rudderless, undirected, directionless, planless, afloat, aimless
(adjective) afloat on the surface of a body of water
adroit (adjective) quick or skillful or adept in action or thought
adscript (adjective) written or printed immediately following another character and aligned with it
(adjective) (used of persons) bound to a tract of land; hence their service is transferable from owner to owner Synonyms: adscripted
adsorbent (noun) a material having capacity or tendency to adsorb another substance Synonyms: adsorbent material
(adjective) having capacity or tendency to adsorb or cause to accumulate on a surface Synonyms: surface-assimilative, adsorptive

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