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truncheon a staff or baton representing an office or authority; scepter. [2 definitions]
trundle to convey using wheels or a wheeled vehicle. [6 definitions]
trundle bed a low, usu. single bed on casters that can be rolled under another bed when not being used.
trunk the main stem of a tree. [10 definitions]
trunk call (British English; old-fashioned) a long-distance telephone call.
trunkfish any of various tropical fishes with a boxlike body that is covered with fused bony plates from which only the mouth, eyes, fins, and tail protrude.
trunk hose short baggy breeches that extend to mid-thigh, worn in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
trunk line a main line of a transportation or communication network such as a railroad or telephone system.
trunnion one of a pair of cylindrical pins on either side of a cannon that support it on its carriage or mount. [2 definitions]
truss to bind, fasten, or tie. [5 definitions]
truss bridge a bridge in which the load is supported mostly by trusses.
trust confidence (in the strength or ability of a person or thing). [14 definitions]
trustable combined form of trust.
trust account a type of savings account in which the funds are controlled by the depositor as trustee and become payable to the beneficiary upon the trustee's death.
trustbuster a person, esp. a federal officer, who strives to dissolve business trusts through vigorous use of antitrust statutes.
trust company a company or corporation that acts as a trustee and often engages in other banking or commercial activities as well.
trustee a person holding and administering property in the interests of a beneficiary. [3 definitions]
trusteeship the duties or position of a trustee. [2 definitions]
trustful tending to trust; full of trust.
trust fund money or securities that are held in trust, as for a minor.
trusting that trusts; trustful; having confidence.