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temporize to be indecisive or delay acting, as in order to gain time or avoid conflict. [4 definitions]
tempt to entice or try to entice (someone) to do something unwise or wrong, as by promising pleasure or reward. [4 definitions]
temptable combined form of tempt.
temptation the act or an instance of tempting, or the condition of being tempted. [2 definitions]
tempter someone or something that tempts, esp. to an immoral act. [2 definitions]
tempting causing temptation; appealing; inviting; alluring.
temptress a female who tempts, esp. to an immoral act.
tempura a Japanese dish consisting of vegetables or seafood such as shrimp dipped in batter and then deep-fried.
tempus fugit (Latin) time flies.
ten the number represented by the Arabic numeral 10 and by the Roman numeral X. [3 definitions]
tenable able to be upheld, affirmed, supported, or defended; logical. [2 definitions]
tenacious tending to cling to another substance or surface; adhesive; sticky. [4 definitions]
tenacity the quality or condition of being tenacious.
tenancy the temporary occupancy or use of another's dwelling, land, or other property, esp. in return for payment of rent. [3 definitions]
tenant a person or group that occupies or uses another's house, office, building, or land, esp. in exchange for rent. [5 definitions]
tenantable combined form of tenant.
tenant farmer a person who leases land for farming and pays cash or a portion of the produce as rent to the owner.
tenantless combined form of tenant.
tenantry people who pay rent to use or occupy land, a building, or other property owned by another. [2 definitions]
ten-cent store a commercial establishment that sells inexpensive goods; five-and-ten.
Ten Commandments according to the Old Testament, the ten laws handed down by God to Moses on Mount Sinai that constitute the fundamental code of moral responsibility for both Jews and Christians; Decalogue.