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tableland a level, elevated expanse of land; plateau.
table linen tablecloths, napkins, place mats, and the like.
table saw a circular saw positioned beneath a table so that its blade projects above the surface, allowing it to cut objects placed on top of the table.
tablespoon in the US, a unit of capacity equal to one half fluid ounce, three teaspoons, or about fifteen milliliters, used in cooking. (abbr.: tbs.) [4 definitions]
tablespoonful the amount a tablespoon holds; tablespoon.
tablet a small, molded, regular mass or lump, usu. of medicine. [3 definitions]
table talk casual or informal mealtime conversation.
table tennis a game similar to outdoor tennis but played atop a large rectangular table and using wooden paddles and a small hollow plastic or celluloid ball.
tableware the silverware, glasses, plates, and the like, used for the dining table.
table wine a wine, usu. served with meals, containing not more than fourteen percent alcohol.
tabloid a newspaper with pages approximately half the standard size, often containing sensational material or gossip. [2 definitions]
taboo untouchable, unmentionable, or otherwise forbidden by social mandate. [3 definitions]
tabor a small drum, formerly hung from the neck of a pipe or fife player and used to provide rhythmic accompaniment.
taboret a small tabor. [2 definitions]
tabu variant of taboo.
tabular of, arranged as, or calculated from a table or other systematic arrangement. [2 definitions]
tabula rasa anything, esp. the mind, that is considered to be blank and without impressions, until it is formed through experience.
tabulate to arrange or organize systematically, esp. in the form of a table. [4 definitions]
tabulator a person or machine that tabulates. [2 definitions]
tacamahac any of various strong-smelling, resinlike substances used to add aroma to ointments and incenses. [2 definitions]
tachina fly any of numerous gray and black dipterous flies whose larvae are parasitic on other insects such as caterpillars and beetles.