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Tuft n. Bunch or collection of threads, grass, feathers, hair, etc., held or growing together at the base.  tufted adj. Tufty adj. [probably french tofe]Tumbler n. 1 drinking-glass with no handle or foot. 2 acrobat. 3 part of a lock that holds the bolt until lifted by a key. 4 a kind of pigeon that turns over backwards in flight. andover Tundra n. Vast level treeless arctic region with underlying permafrost. [lappish]Tie-up n. Connection, association.Tuppence n. = *twopence. [phonetic spelling]Tights n.pl. 1 thin close-fitting wool or nylon etc. Garment covering the legs, feet, and the lower part of the torso, worn by women and girls. 2 similar garment worn by a dancer, acrobat, etc.Tidemark n. 1 mark made by the tide at high water. 2 a line left round a bath by the dirty water. B colloq. Line between washed and unwashed parts of a person's body.Tumbler n. 1 drinking-glass with no handle or foot. 2 acrobat. 3 part of a lock that holds the bolt until lifted by a key. 4 a kind of pigeon that turns over backwards in flight.Tie-up n. Connection, association.Tuppence n. = *twopence. [phonetic spelling]




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