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troppo see non troppo.
-tropy the condition of turning or changing in (such) a way or in response to (such) a stimulus; -tropism.
trot of a quadruped, esp. a horse, to travel briskly by moving the left foreleg forward simultaneously with the right hind leg, and the right foreleg simultaneously with the left hind leg. [6 definitions]
trotline a strong fishing line, suspended across or fixed within a stream or river, to which short baited lines are attached at intervals.
trot out (informal) to bring out for an audience's attention or inspection.
trotter an animal that trots, esp. a horse bred and trained for harness racing. [3 definitions]
troubadour any wandering musician; minstrel. [2 definitions]
trouble a state or condition of distress, need, or misfortune. [13 definitions]
troubled concerned and upset; disturbed. [2 definitions]
troublemaker one who causes conflict or trouble for others.
troubleshoot to search for the cause of a problem.
troubleshooter one who has a talent for resolving disputes, improving weak organizations, or the like, esp. in business and politics. [2 definitions]
troublesome causing anxiety, worry, or bother. [2 definitions]
trough a long narrow open container used for serving food or water to animals. [4 definitions]
trounce to beat severely; thrash. [2 definitions]
troupe a theatrical or musical company, esp. one that travels. [2 definitions]
troupial any of several American birds, including the bobolinks, blackbirds, and orioles.
trousers a garment for the lower parts of the body from waist to ankle, divided into sections covering each leg; pants; slacks.
trousseau a collection of linens, clothing, and the like, sewn or collected for or by a bride before her wedding.
trout any of various freshwater or anadromous fishes related to the salmon, usu. having a speckled body, and valued as food and game. [2 definitions]
trouvere any of a group of twelfth- and thirteenth-century northern French poets who composed narrative works and lyrics on the theme of courtly love.