Browse Dictionary by Letter

Comprehensive
Dictionary Suite
Help
Help
Help
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z
toddler a child who has learned to walk but is still unsteady. [2 definitions]
toddy a hot drink made with liquor, a sweetener, and often spices. [2 definitions]
to-do (informal) a commotion or fuss; stir.
toe one of the jointed extensions on the end of the foot in humans and other vertebrates. [7 definitions]
toea the smaller monetary unit of Papua New Guinea. (Cf. kina.)
toecap the part of a shoe or boot that covers the toes.
toed having a toe or toes, usu. of a specified kind or number. [2 definitions]
toe dance a dance executed in large part on the tips of the toes or in toe shoes, as in ballet.
toehold a small surface or ledge that will support or hold no more than the toes in hiking, rock climbing, or the like; small foothold. [3 definitions]
toe-in the alignment of a vehicle's front wheels so that the front edges are slightly closer together than the rear edges and so provide better steering capability.
toeless combined form of toe.
toenail the nail on a toe, esp. a human toe. [3 definitions]
toffee a hard candy made from butter and brown sugar.
tofu a food product that is made from curdled soybean milk, has a bland flavor and the texture of a soft cheese, and is high in protein content; bean curd.
tog to outfit with clothes, often of a specialized sort (often fol. by out or up).
toga a long, loose outer garment worn by citizens of ancient Rome.
together in or into one gathering, group, mass, or place. [7 definitions]
togetherness the quality or condition of being together. [2 definitions]
toggery (informal) togs collectively; clothing. [2 definitions]
toggle a pin, rod, or bolt inserted into a loop or circle in a chain, rope, or strap to fasten or secure something. [4 definitions]
toggle joint a joint shaped like a knee or elbow, with two parts pivoted together so that pressure applied to the pivot point forces the parts to straighten and exert outward pressure at their free ends.