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74 Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People For Letter T

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74 Single And General Words for Many Kinds of People For Letter T

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  • 1. One who speaks little = * taciturn [person]; (tacit [consent] = silent [agreement] )
  • 2. A person who cuts out,makes and sells outer garments = * tailor
  • 3. One who tells of another’s wrong–doing = * (a) tale–teller; (tale–bearer/tale = a story; To tell tales = to tell of another’s wrong–doing)
  • (A party which has,at times,governed New York City = * Tammany; [the word is used by some to mean dishonest government of cities] )
  • 4. A person dressed in very dirty and torn cloth = *tatterdemalion,(eg. a tatterdemalion prince)
  • 5. One who fills the skins of dead birds or animals and sets them up to look like live ones = * taxidermist
  • 6. One who works with a team of horses = *
    teamster; (team [team of horses or dogs] = two or more,pulling a cart; [of players]a group, eg. of 11 football players)
  • 7. One whose occupation involves training in a specific technical process = * technician,(one known for high skill in some intellectual or artistic technique/technical = having to do with some special art; having to do with machines and making things by machines/n. technicality/ technique = the art of doing some special things; one person’s [eg. a painter’s]special way of doing his art) / (In her teens = aged 13 to 19 [teenage] )
  • 8. One who abstains from alcoholic drinks = * teetotaler; (teetotal = using no wine or strong drink)
  • 9. One who pays out money in a bank = * teller; (tell = 1. to count; 2. to say a story; 3. to express or show; A clock tells the time; 4. to discover,eg. I can’t tell which is which; 5. to order,eg. tell him to go; 6. to have an effect,eg. Good work tells in the end; The hard work is beginning to tell on him = to have an effect)
  • 10. One who tells of other’s wrong–doing = * telltale; (tale–teller/telltale signs = signs which show what is secret or hidden)
  • 11. A person who holds and pays rent for a house or land = * tenant; (tenancy = the state or time of being a tenant)
  • 12. A group of tenants = * tenantry
  • 13. A noisy abusive scolding woman = * termagent; (a noisy scolding woman)
  • 14. (Sl. )A very unpleasant person = * (a holy)terror; (terror = great fear)
  • 15. One who tries to bring about a change in the Government by act intended to cause terror = *terrorist; (eg. murder of Government officers)
  • 16. The person who writes a will and testament = *testator; (testament = The Old–––,The New–––, parts of the Bible; Last will and testament = a paper showing what is to be done with goods, land and other possession after the owner is dead)
  • 17. A nobleman in England before A. D 1066 = *thane (Government by priests = * theocracy)
  • 18. One who does not notice [or does not care about]other people’s bad opinion of him = *thick–skinned; (thick = not thin,wide,broad)
  • 19. One who steals = * thief; (pl. thieves; v. thieve) (A thing [or person]of which one cannot remember the name = * thin-gamy [thingummy] )
  • 20. A person of very good birth and character = *(a) thorough–bred,(a special kind of horse used for racing/thorough = all through,completely)
  • 21. A very bad man = * (a) thorough–paced(villain); (A thoroughfare = a street open at both ends; No thoroughfare = this street is not open at the far end)
  • 22. A slave = * thrall; (a state of being a slave)
  • 23. An Indian thief and murderer = * thug
  • 24. A prisoner allowed out of prison but still watch by the police = * ticket–of–leave man; (ticket = a small card showing that the owner has paid for a seat in a theater,etc; a card showing the price of a thing in a shop)
  • 25. One who laughs easily when tickled = * ticklish ; (difficult,needing careful treatment/tickle = to cause a person to laugh by light touches, eg. under the arms; Sl. That tickles me = ––amuse––)
  • 26. One who always tries to please who have power at the moment = * (a)time–server; (time = 1. eg. past,present,future; 2. A long time = [idea of lasting,continuing; 3. a particular moment or date; 4. eg. Three times two make six = 3×2 = 6/To time one’s blows = to hit at just the right moment; To time the work = to see exactly how long it takes/timely = coming just at the right time/a timepiece = clock/a timetable = a list of days and times when certain things will be done; a schedule of times of arrivals and departures)
  • 27. A person who repairs things made of metal, [eg. kitchen pots,etc. ] = * tinker; (to repair hastily or unskillfully)
  • 28. One who gets money by giving advice as to which horses will probably win races = * tipster
  • 29. One new to anything = * tyro [ = tiro = an inexperienced person] (neophyte,novice)
  • 30. One who tries to please the great or rich,and forgets his own self–respect in so doing = * toady
  • 31. (Sl. ) A gentleman = * toff,(a finely dressed person)
  • 32. A girl who behaves like a boy = * tomboy; (tom–cat = a male cat)
  • 33. A fool = * tom-fool
  • 34. An English soldier = * Tommy [ = short for Tommy Atkins]; (Sl. tommy rot = foolishness)
  • 35. A person of very small size in an English fairy–story = * Tom Thumb
  • 36. One who drinks too much wine = * toper
  • 37. A man on a horse who fights a bull [ = male form of cow] = * toreador
  • 38. A very young child = * tot; (tot = 1. a little drink; 2. the result of adding)
  • 39. A dangerous bad man = * (a)tough; (tough = not easily torn,eg. leather; [of a man] strong and daring/Sl. tough luck = bad fortune)
  • 40. One who travels for pleasure = * tourist; (tour = a round journey,stopping at various places)
  • 41. A person who goes about asking people to buy = * tout
  • 42. The persons employed in a certain business = *trade; (buying and selling; employment of any kind; To trade on one’s name = to make dishonest use of the good opinion held of one by others)
  • 43. A shop–keeper = * tradesman; (trade union = a joining together of the men in one employment so as to get better pay,etc. ; trade–wind = a wind which always blows from the north–east and south–east towards the equator [ = imaginary line round middle of the earth] )
  • 44. One who does harm to his own king or country,by helping an enemy = * traitor; (trait = a special and particular point of character)
  • 45. A homeless poor man who walks from place to place = * (a) tramp; (a ship carrying goods from place to place/tramp = to walk heavily; to walk far/ trample = to walk over and press down with the feet, eg. flowers in the garden)
  • 46. A person who changes location = * traveler; (traveler/travel = to move; to make a journey)
  • 47. One who catches animals to get their skins = *trapper; (trap = 1. an instrument for catching animals; a trick; a bend in a pipe in which solid matter is caught; 2. a horse–carriage with two wheels/to trap = to catch in a trap; to fix traps in a pipe; trap–door = a door in a floor or roof)
  • 48. A dearly loved person = * treasure,(a very useful servant/a store of precious things/to treasure = to value greatly)
  • 49. Officer in charge of money = * treasurer; (treasury = a place where treasures are kept; the Government office which deals with money)
  • 50. One who digs trenches = * trencher; (trench = a long deep hole dug in the ground/trencher = a wooden plate on which food is served or carved [ = cut to pieces] )
  • 51. One who eats a lot = * trencherman
  • 52. An officer of government elected by the people = * tribune
  • 53. One who trick = * trickster; (trick = act done to deceive/he has a trick of = has a habit of [habit = an action done so often that it has become part of the character]; That will do the trick = do what is needed; To take a trick [in playing cards] = to win one set of cards)
  • 54. Three person considered as one = * trinity; (The trinity = the Christian teaching that God the father, Jesus Christ the son,and the Holy Spirits are three Persons,but one God)
  • 55. One of three children born at one birth = *triplet; (a set of three/triple = to make three times greater; three times; adj. made up of three persons or parts/triplex = in three’s; made of three thicknesses of material)
  • 56. One who goes out on a short journey for pleasure = * tripper (Sign that one is speaking of a woman = * –trix; [eg. One who carries out the wishes of a dead person as to his money = [male] executor; [female] executrix)
  • 57. An ancient cave–dweller = * troglodyte,(one who lives in solitude; someone who lives in a cave /dweller = a person who inhabits a particular place)
  • 58. A careless dirty woman = * trollop
  • 59. A crowd of people = * troop,(a group of horse–soldiers/to troop = to move forward in a crowd; Trooping the colors = a ceremony in which respect is shown by soldier to their own special flag)
  • 60. A horse soldier = * trooper
  • 61. The soldiers = * (the) troops,(the army/a troop–ship = a ship which carries soldiers)
  • 62. A group of actors or show–people = * troupe
  • 63. A child who stays away from school = * truant; (To play truant = to stay away from [school] )
  • 64. A person who has charge of a dead man’s money and goods so that the dead man’s wishes may be carried out = * trustee; (trust = to have faith in another’s honesty; to believe; a trust = a duty; a union of several business houses so as to have complete control of buying or selling of certain goods)
  • 65. The ruler of Russia before 1918 = Tsar, [Czar]
  • 66. One who tries to make friend with rich or noble persons = * tuft–hunter; (tuft = a number of hairs or plants close together)
  • (Two groups pulling a rope so as to see which can pull harder = * tug–of–war; [tug = to pull,a small ship used to pull larger one] )
  • 67. A person who does clever tricks of jumping and falling = * tumbler; (tumble = to fall; Sl. To tumble = to understand suddenly; tumbler = a drinking glass)
  • 68. Noisy and uncontrolled crowd = * turbulent (crowd)
  • 69. One who changes his opinions for his own gain = * turncoat
  • 70. A teacher = * tutor,(a person in charge of a child or young person/tutelage = a state of being in charge of another person)
  • 71. One of two children born at one birth = * twin; (one of two things very like each other)
  • 72. One who works with a typewriter [ = writing machine] = * typist
  • 73. A ruler who has complete power = * tyrant, (a cruel and unjust ruler/tyranny = a state of being under such a ruler)
  • 74. The ruler of Russia before 1918 = * tzar, [tsar, Czar]

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