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trainman one of the operating crew on a train, esp. an assistant to the conductor such as the brakeman or flagman.
train station a place where train tickets are sold and where passengers and goods are let on or off trains.
traipse (informal) to wander or tramp about with no definite goal or without reaching one.
trait a distinguishing feature or characteristic, as of one's appearance, personality, or nature.
traitor one who betrays others, a cause, his or her country, or the like, esp. one who commits treason.
traitorous having the character or quality of a traitor; treacherous. [2 definitions]
trajectory the actual or expected path of a moving object, esp. the curve followed by a projectile, missile, or spacecraft in flight. [2 definitions]
tram1 a small railway, as for hauling loads in a mine, or a car used on such a railway. [4 definitions]
tram2 a device for gauging and aligning or adjusting parts of a machine; trammel. [2 definitions]
tram3 heavy thread that is slightly or loosely twisted and is used for the cross threads in weaving fine silk and velvet.
trammel (usu. pl.) a restraint or impediment to free movement. [6 definitions]
tramp to walk with forceful, heavy steps. [12 definitions]
trample to tread heavily, noisily, and with crushing force; stamp (usu. fol. by on, upon, or over). [4 definitions]
trampoline a sheet of strong canvas stretched on a horizontal frame by springs or elastic cords, used for tumbling and acrobatics.
tramp steamer a freight ship, having no fixed route, that transports loads to different ports as required.
tran- across; over; beyond. [2 definitions]
trance a semiconscious or sleeplike condition during which one's ability to exercise one's own will or control one's movements may be reduced, as in hypnosis or catalepsy. [4 definitions]
tranquil free from turmoil, disruption, noise, or agitation; calm, steady, or peaceful.
tranquilize to calm down; relax.
tranquilizer something that tranquilizes, esp. a drug taken to calm the nerves.
tranquillity the condition or quality of being peaceful, untroubled, or calm; serenity.